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The Masters in MVE

The Masters in Mobility and Electrical Vehicles

The Masters in Mobility and Electrical Vehicles (MVE), is a French taught program that provides engineers with the scientific knowledge required for the development of new mobility solutions and their ecosystem.  

In response to a widespread desire in industry and government to promote more environmentally friendly and energy-efficient forms of mobility, the Renault Foundation and the university ParisTech  joined forces in 2010 to create the Masters in Mobility and Electrical Vehicles.

Applicants to this Master program are required to:

  • hold a degree of a level equivalent to “Bachelor of Science” or “Bachelor of Engineering” from an internationally-recognized higher education institution and equivalent to the first year of a French Master’s degree

  • show adequate proficiency in French, equivalent to or higher than TFI 550

  • be less than 35 years old on the 1st September of the year of arrival in France

What is the “ParisTech Master Label”?

The ParisTech Master Label is awarded to full-time courses that combine theory and application to provide transferable skills in line with Business and Research needs.

It is a guarantee of outstanding science and teaching curricula.

  • 5 fields of reference

ParisTech Labeled Master’s degrees focus on key contemporary issues such as renewable energy, bioengineering, sustainable development and innovation. Each curriculum draws upon the combine academic expertise of ParisTech Grandes Écoles.

  • 21 labeled Master’s degrees benefit from the top-level Engineering and Management expertise of ParisTech Grandes Écoles and their academic partners.

  • 1,800+ Master students