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Transport and Sustainable Development

Course Description

Transport systems represent one of the fundamental pillars of a sustainable development approach for societies. They play a structuring role for human geography, impact the global and local environments and are located at the centre of the development of economic and social systems. The TraDD Master’s programme provides engineers and economists of diverse nationalities with the necessary tools to :

understand the determining factors in transport demand ;
determine the relevant fields of the different transport methods or combinations of methods;
identify technological, organisational and behavioural solutions that can be implemented to provide credible; operational responses to sustainable transport issues.

Entry Requirements

The Master’s programme is aimed at students from Japanese, Korean, Brazilian and Russian partner universities, as well as all students with a solid basic education in engineering sciences or economics (equivalent level of at least baccalaureate plus 4 years). The mathematics level must be equivalent to that of a scientific license. For non-francophone candidates, it is essential that they can understand, read and express themselves in French. Consequently, they should have as a minimum 450 points on the International French Test (TFI) or hold a Degree in French language studies (DELF1).

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