Made possible by a collaboration between the Ecole Normale Supérieure, MINES ParisTech, the Observatoire de Paris, the EPHE and the ESPCI Paris, this NEW Master Geosciences « Sciences of the Earth and planets, environment » of the University PSL offers state-of-the-art training in the fields of Earth science, Meteorology, Oceanography, Climate science and Biogeoscience, as well as their applications for Environmental science both on Earth and in Space.
It will host about 20 students, including ENS students. Enrollment in Master in 2020 will be open for the 1st year (M1) and 2nd year (M2) for university students who will be selected based on the provided application materials followed by an oral interview.
The course sets the foundation for the sciences of the planet and provides students with the disciplinary elements that will enable them to move towards top-level research in the specialization of their choice, or to areas of the future industry. It prepares students to tackle key themes such as climate change, the reduction of natural risks, sustainable natural resources and the energy transition.
The master is devoted to:
Admission is a selective process in which we seek to identify students who are highly motivated by geoscience research professions and who are able to benefit from training at the highest level. We are particularly interested in students who wish to develop original and innovative professional projects in the field of geosciences.
The selection procedure is done in two steps:
Link to the admission webpage for the Master 1: https://univ-psl.force.com/Candidature/s/candidater?trainCode=M1STEPE
Link to the admission webpage for the Master2 : https://univ-psl.force.com/Candidature/s/candidater?trainCode=M2STEPE
The application materials must include:
At the end of the 1st stage evaluations, the selected candidates are contacted for an interview. The objective of the oral examination is to determine the motivation and scientific abilities of the candidates.
This oral will include:
This oral could be made with videoconference.
To apply for the 1st (M1) or 2nd (M2) year of the master, there will be two admission phases in 2020.
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