Learning beyond the lecture hall

MSc ENTECH has strong partnerships with leading participants in the European energy industry, in addition to a thriving ecosystem of smaller niche companies, and entrepreneurial, innovative start-ups. They actively participate in the programme to ensure it remains current and relevant to your needs – and to theirs.

Specific opportunities to engage with MSc ENTECH’s industry partners include:

Master’s School KICK-OFF

All first-year students studying for an InnoEnergy Master’s School programme get together to launch the new academic year together with teachers and industry experts from across the entire energy sector.

The Open Space Studio Journey

A key feature of the ENTECH programme, and tightly integrated into its two-year structure, the Open Space Studio Journey gives you unrivalled opportunities to co-create solutions to real-world challenges with some of our most innovative business partners. In addition to this practical, hands-on approach to problem-solving and team-building, the Open Space Studio hosts expert speakers, professional coaches, in-depth training courses – and a variety of companies who are at different stages in their own corporate development.

Grenoble École de Management Webinar 

Presented by GEM: Grenoble École de Management , all students have the chance to participate in the webinar Social Science Perspectives on Energy Innovation. The webinar explores energy innovation and related processes around technical change from a number of different perspectives. The main focus is on the economic, political, geographic, philosophical and sociological aspects of sustainable energy systems. The webinar is the ideal foundation for professional roles in industry and government where these insights inform management and decision making.

Field visits

Throughout the two-year programme, you have the chance to visit industry players across Europe and explore their innovative facilities. Students at IST in Portugal have the opportunity to visit solar platforms and wind-float projects, as well as hydroelectric power stations and dams. Students at Grenoble INP work on projects with local start-ups and take part in technical field trips to key sites, such as INES in Marseille.