International Environmental Management (EnvIM)

Innovation and Environmental Project Management for a better future.

The EnvIM program is a successful collaboration between MINES ParisTech, INSA Lyon, Tsinghua University and Upenn since 2007. This program targets environmental and energy issues of direct relevance for ecological transition and sustainable development in an international context. It offers future young professionnals to gain the necessary capacities and cross-disciplinary knowledges, and encourages them to develop a strategic vision on innovation projects in order to seize the opportunities presented by these changes.

The program encompasses the main environment and energy challenges global actors and decision makers face, with main themes: innovative technologies, environmental strategies and project management for a better future.

Students are asked to work on multiple case studies and real projects, developed in cooperation with leading industrials or institutions. Many field trips, in France and abroad, are also organized, in order to meet local and international players.

EnvIM Master: two options

EnvIM - Option Asia : One term in China, one term in France, and 6-month internship: from September 2016 to December 2017. In partnership with INSA Lyon and Tsinghua University and Upenn, it includes a 3-month exchange in China at Tsinghua University in Beijing, and 4 months in France. This program leads to a double degree : the post-Master from MINES ParisTech and Insa Lyon and a Master Degree from the University of Tsinghua.

Public: French Students, Chinese students from Tsinghua University and Non-French students having a Master's degree or a Bachelor’s degree with at least 3 years of professional experience.

EnvIM - Option Europe : One term and 5-month internship, this 12-month program from Januray 2017 to December 2017 in partnership with INSA Lyon, includes a 1-month environmental project in Europe and leads to the post-Master from Mines ParisTech and Insa Lyon -

Public: Non-French students and Chinese students (except from Tsinghua University) having a Master's degree or a Bachelor’s degree with at least 3 years of professional experience.

NB : from January to April, the 2 options are pooled

Photovoltaic energy : a model for sustainable projects?

Outstanding speakers, from international firms, civil society or research area, introduce students to the latest technological developments and innovations, green management practices for new challenges in order to have a direct feedback about the way major companies deal and manage environmental and energetical issues for ecological transition.

After this academic part, students undertake a 6-month professional training related to a project for a company. Meanwhile, the student is asked to have a global reflection on his/her subject, leading to a professional thesis. The idea is to add to his/her technical tasks a far-sight, transversal and critical vision, enhancing his/her professional experience. The professional thesis is an exhaustive and methodological work tool, with a concrete application in business.

After this mission, EnvIM students benefit from excellent hiring rates and quickly integrate leading industrial stakeholders. They can also benefit from MINES ParisTech Alumni Network to evolve towards top-management jobs, either in France or abroad.

Our partners

     Partnership Tsinghua University - School of Environment      Partnership University of Pennsylvania      Partnership INSA LYon - Waste management







Prochaines réunions d'information

à MINES ParisTech

60, Boulevard Saint-Michel

75006 Paris


de 18h à 20h

17 janvier 2017

Salle V115

21 février 2017

Salle Chevalier

14 mars 2017

Salle V119

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EnvIM 2017

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Deadline to apply :

March 15, 2017

EnvIM students blog

Envim students blog


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[EnvIM] Soutenance des thèses en Chine

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