MSc Electrical Energy Systems (EES)

MSc Electrical Energy Systems (EES)

  • Master of Science
  • Study field
    Electrical Engineering, Embedded Systems, Electrical Engineering, Embedded Systems, Energy Engineering, Environment and Energy
  • Institution
  • Teaching language
    English, French



The « EES » MOST "Electrical Energy Systems" aims to provide professional training (type of activity: design offices, R & D, production, operations). It naturally offers the opportunity of a studies continuation at PHD level, in the field of Electrical Engineering and its applications related to energy processes.


  • Proficiency  of modeling tools for the analysis of multi-physics problems
  • Ability to manage and monitor energy systems, modeling techniques, optimization, acquisition and processing of data
  • Ability to model static or electromechanical converters using analytical models or computer simulation codes
  • Expertise in the fields of power electronics, power semiconductors and power grids, with the ability to design and implement static conversion systems,
  • Expertise in the field of electricity and electrical engineering specifically oriented towards production, conversion, distribution and storage of energy.
  • Ability to address the issue of renewable energy in their principles but also of their organizations, their management and their integration into the distribution networks
  • Skills for control, observation and diagnosis of dynamic multi-technology systems
    • Ability to design a system taking into account the environmental and social requirements (eco-design and sustainable development)

Course details

Training content

 The complete syllabus can be downloaded here.

M1-S1 : Scientific and cultural integration, Lectures, Tutoring, Laboratory Project / 300h to 400h – 30ECTS. Linguistic and methodological integration. Modular training in Electrical Engineering and Automatic Control:

-       Humanities

-       Mathematics

-       Fundamentals of electric static conversion: design of static converters

-       Fundamentals of Automatics (linear automatics, regulations, introduction to optimization)

-       Introduction to the control of electric drives and static converters

-       Individualized tutoring to ensure integration

  The M1-S2 semester takes place at ENSEEIHT, in the Electrical Engineering Automatics Department. A common program is proposed, followed by 1 among the 2 optional programs: PE and EM

M1-S2: common program and 1 among 2 optional programs / 350h – 30 ECTS

Common program (200h – 17.5 ECTS) :

-       Humanities

-       Static converters, electrical machines, control

-       Digital control

Optional program “power electronics” (PE, 150h - 12.5 ECTS)

-       Static electrical conversion : switchings, thermic

-       Electrical systems and networks (FACTS – an introduction, renewable energies, system modeling)

-       Control for power electronics – real time realization

Optional program “electrodynamics and mechatronics” (EM, 150h – 12.5 ECTS)

-       Functional materials

-       Mechatronics design

-       Control for electromechanical converters

 M2-S3 : a common program and 1 among 3 optional programs (370h – 30ECTS)

-       Harmonization (for incoming students at M2 level)

Common program:

-       Power electronics, electrical machines and control

-       Industrial design project

-       Humanities

Optional program “advanced power electronics” – APE

-       Electrical energy production (incl. renewable energies)

-       Design of static converters and associated control

-       Standalone, stationary and embedded electrical networks: architecture and control

-       Energy sources and storage devices

-       Optimization, and networks supervision

Optional program “advanced electrodynamics and mechatronics” – AEM

-       Physics of electromagnetics devices

-       Architecture of mechatronics systems

-       Applied mechatronics

-       Optimization, optimal control

Optional program “new technologies of Energy” – NTE

-       Systemic design and eco-design

-       Hybrid energy systems, smartgrids, electrochemical storage

-       Renewable energies

 M2-S4: Long project and Internship (30 ECTS)

-       Long project (6 weeks – 8 ECTS) in Toulouse / academic or industrial subjects

-       Internship, in industry (production, R&D) or academic research laboratories (6 months – 22 ECTS)


Internship project (6 months) in industry (production, offices, R & D) or academic research laboratories


Access condition

The EES MOST welcomes:

- Foreign students

- Continuing education students

Basic French Language Required

Requested levels:

  • For M1 level: bachelor (bac+3)
  • For M2 level : M1 (bac+4)

An admission jury examines the educational and/or professional career and decides about the enrollment.

Strong partnerships in research and historic collaborations exist with foreign universities; the EES MOST (and its former versions) have received students coming from (but not exclusively):

- Spain: Pamplona, Mondragon, Bilbao, Barcelona

- Poland: Gdansk, Warsaw, Krakow

- Algeria: Polytechnic Algiers, Constantine, Oran

- Tunisia: Tunis (ENIT), Monastir (ENIM)

- Morocco: Hassania School

- Lebanon: Beirut, Roumieh

- Italy: Turin, Naples

- Romania: Bucharest

NB: Basic French Language Required

About School

And after ...

Further studies

PhD in electrical engineering, for example in LAPLACE or LAAS labs in Toulouse.


Career prospects

The following fields of professional activities are concerned:

  • The production of energy in its various forms;
  • The conversion of energy in electrical form, control of its collection from the sources (hydro, wind, photovoltaic) and storage;
  • Power systems and their management; Applications: Embedded networks (transport: air, rail and car) and autonomous;
  • The processes implementing a variety of forms of energy, focusing on electricity (eg in housing, electricity, gas, heat ...)
  • Electrical energy conversion processes: static conversion, electromechanical conversion, mechatronic and their applications in all industry branches related to Electrical Engineering.
  • Ability to manage and monitor energy systems, modeling techniques, optimization, acquisition and processing of data

Professional profiles:  engineer, researcher, teacher



  • Toulouse



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