Continuing with a Master's

SUPMICROTECH-ENSMM proposes initial training courses leading to a master’s degree. The school supports young future researchers by proposing training courses tailored to their needs in facilities at the cutting edge of research.

Master's degrees, to take you further

These masters’ are open to SUPMICROTECH-ENSMM students in parallel with their third year of engineering training. They are closely tied in with the FEMTO-ST Institute’s research activities.

The additional training provided by the Master’s Degree allows SUPMICROTECH-ENSMM students to steer their professional project towards R&D engineering professions in industrial groups, or research engineering in laboratories.

SUPMICROTECH-ENSMM is accredited for granting seven Master’s Degrees in the areas of Sciences-Technologies-Health with different options.

Mechanical option

Master Smart IN SMART Mechaniccs

Taught 100% in English

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Automatic robotic option

Master on Control for Green Mechatronics (GREEM)

Taught 100% in English

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Complex systems engineering option

Master’s in mechatronics, processes and microtechnology

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Master’s in microsystems, embedded instrumentation and robotics

Master’s degree co-accredited with the University of Franche-Comté
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eu4m master’s - european master’s in mechatronic engineering

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Mechanical engineering option

Master’s in processes and materials

Master’s degree co-accredited with the Technological University of Belfort Montbéliard
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Master’s in mechanical design, materials and microsystems

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List of master's courses

List of all the courses leading to a French national master’s degree proposed by the 5,000 higher education establishments at

This portal offers you complete and up-to-date information on the reception capacities, recommended degree options and access procedures for each course. This will allow you to find the master’s degrees that correspond best to your study project, and to make an informed choice and thus improve your chances of being accepted for the first year.