The Master's program in Environmental Fluid Mechanics (EFM) is a high level one-year (M2) training in fluid dynamics of natural media, complemented with numerical and experimental methods. Natural fluid media involve lakes, rivers, the ocean from the coast to the abyss or the atmospheric boundary layer. An important part of the program deals with environmental applications, through lectures or research internship subjects. Examples are sediment transport, pollution and air quality, waste water treatment or the impact of wind and marine turbines on the ambient medium.
The program is based on the broad expertise available in Grenoble with internationally recognized researchers in the fields of fundamental fluid mechanics closely linked to observations and modelling of natural media.
The program is organised as follows :
Opportunities for graduates :
* This program corresponds to the second year of a European master's program (M2) and is normally followed by the first year of a PhD thesis. To access this program, you should be a student of high academic level and have either
-completed the first year of a Master's program, or
-obtained a bachelor degree in mechanical engineering, civil engineering, chemical engineering, physics, Earth sciences, applied mathematics, or
-graduated from a school of mechanical, civil or chemical engineering.
* A good knowledge in fluid mechanics is required. This is attested by the lectures you attended related to this field and the grades you received.
* Your English proficiency should be at least equivalent to the following scores: TOEFL (Internet based) 60, or IELTS 5.5, or European level B2.
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A large number of scholarships are available, whose list can be found on the web site of Campus France : http://www.campusfrance.org/fria/bourse/index.html#app=faac&193-si=0
A synthesis has been prepared by the University of Grenoble, for European students and for non-European students.
We remind you that, in accordance with French regulations, no tuition fees are charged. Annual registration fees are about 480 € and include medical care. The purpose of the scholarships below is therefore to cover living expenses in Grenoble. These scholarships are available for candidates who are of outstanding merit and in need of financial support.
Predoc program funded by University Joseph Fourier
A few grants are available through the Predoc program funded by the University. The annual amount is
Please first apply on-line to the University: the final page of your on-line application, once printed, is an application form to the Predoc program.
Deadline for application: end of March 2014 (to be specified)
Grants allocated to the Master's program by the program LABEX Osug@2020 (managed by University Joseph Fourier)
A few scholarships with annual amount of 4000 € are also allocated by the Master's program.
Please contact Chantal Staquet if you wish to apply.
Deadline for application: end of May 2014 (to be specified)
A new law in France states that a research internship student should receive a grant of 440 €/month
if the research internship is longer than 3 months. For the present Masters' program, this amounts to
a grant of 2200 €.
The fields that are marked with a red star (*) are required.