IFP School launches a hydrogen Master degree

IFP School hydrogen Master degree
IFP School launches a hydrogen Master degree

IFP School, which is affiliated to IFPEN, is launching a new programme covering the entire hydrogen value chain, a Specialised Master degree in “Hydrogen Project and Engineering“. The 12-month course will be taught in English and will start in September 2024.

Applications opened at the end of January and will close on 15 April. The programme costs €18,000 for students and jobseekers, and €24,000 for professionals.

The Hydrogen Project and Engineering programme offers a global perspective on the hydrogen industry in France and abroad. It should be noted that the course is supported by energy players (Air Liquide, Engie, GRTGaz and Saipem), as well as H2 technology suppliers (Axens, Elogen, H2V, Lhyfe, Technip Energies) and a mobility player (Volvo).

By the end of the course, students will be able to analyse the geopolitical environment of energy, and in particular electricity and hydrogen; design an H2 project in a changing context; manage the implementation of the H2 project in a changing context; and also conclude contracts with players in the sector to secure the project over the long term.

Graduates of this Master degree will then be eligible for positions of management. Possible job titles include: project manager, business developer, design office manager, risk manager or asset manager in industry, design engineer or consultant in consulting companies.

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Article written by Laurent Meillaud and translated by Mariem Ben Tili

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Laurent Meillaud

Laurent Meillaud

Freelance automotive journalist and consultant, author as well, focused on technologies and new trends for more than 30 years, convinced that hydrogen is one of the energies for the future.

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