Short post-master programs

ESTACA offers specialist post-Master’s degrees (BAC +6) to meet emerging business needs.
To launch these programs, the school called on its network of alumni and industrial partners who helped to design the curriculum and teach some of the courses. We have created new academic partnerships to open up training in fields that were not previously covered by ESTACA. We continue to innovate and find creative ways to teach graduate engineers.

Supply Chain Engineering Program - Resilience Management

Supply chain management is a changing sector, recruiting new talent with an international business background, capable of managing and analyzing data science.

A school of new mobilities, ESTACA prepares engineers for emerging activities in the field of responsible supply chain management.

Supply chains play a crucial role in the economic, geopolitical and environmental balance.

Supply chain engineers coordinate the activities of companies and the flow of goods from suppliers to the final customer.

They contribute to corporate resilience by adapting to financial, environmental, health, technical and managerial upheaval and by managing risk.

This degree focuses on three main themes: management, global supply chain and the data sciences.

The curriculum was designed in collaboration with operational supply chain industries and focuses on the expectations of tomorrow’s supply chain companies.

Objectives

At the end of this training, engineers are able to implement a systemic approach to supply chain management, to define the supply chain of tomorrow, and to optimize resilience.

Low-carbon Mobility and New Energies

Building the mobility of tomorrow means breaking the dependence on fossil fuels, reducing air pollution and noise pollution, while integrating solutions to economic and social issues.

A school of new mobilities, ESTACA offers specialist training that prepares students in new mobilities to design and optimize low-carbon transport by reducing the environmental impact, the use of oil, fuel costs, CO2 emissions and noise pollution. This program is based on the emerging needs of the aeronautical, space, automotive, rail, urban transport and naval sectors.

Objectives

At the end of the course, students will have an overall, proactive vision of the challenges and impacts of new low-carbon energies. They will be able to choose the most suitable energy for a given application according to specifications. They will have solid knowledge for designing the energy source and the associated power systems in order to optimize energy management and the appropriate command system for the chosen engine solution while respecting environmental, regulatory and economic requirements.

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