The French Mastère (post master degree) is a label attributed since 1985 by the "Conference des Grandes Ecoles" to a one-year specialised vocational course organised by one of them.
Apart from the training session carried out within the framework of the Mastère in Gas Engineering and Management offers the advantage of being doubly recognised because it is also sanctioned by a diploma of specialised training allotted by the secretary of state in charge of Industry ( 31st July 1989 decree).
Created in 1987, the Mastère in Gas Engineering and Management aims to ensure the training of high level engineers. The sectors involved are transport, storage, distribution, Negoce and the uses of gas fuel.

The Mastère in Gas Engineering and Management has an international vocation, to meet the demand for the training of gas technologists.

It also addresses the broad spectrum gas and gas-related industries such as producers, transmission and distribution companies for natural gas and liquefied petroleum gases (LPG); domestic and industrial final use equipment manufacturers, pipe-laying contractors and design offices plus gas consuming industries (metallurgy, building materials, chemistry, paper-paperboard, agro-food, etc.) which wish to reinforce the professionalism of experienced executives.

This training is also addressed to young graduate engineers, who wish to carry out a gas specialisation year.

By bringing together trainees from many countries, there is a distinctly international flavour to the course, which in itself encourages interaction and indeed enhances innovation.
Selection is based on qualifications. Admission is pronounced by a jury composed of professors and gas industry representatives. After a first selection based on the candidates' profile, good knowledge in french language, a series of interviews are organised for those who has been retained.
The orientation and the evolution of the Mastère are ensured by the Council of Orientation which includes gas industry representatives and the principal professors in this specialisation.
To reach the stated objectives, the courses are organised partly around a series of modular sessions proposed by CFAFG Compétences et Formations. The teaching staff comprises numerous specialists from the French gas industries, and academic staff from MINES ParisTEch and other practising engineers associated with CF AFG. Courses are given in french language.

The Mastère programme is completed by courses at MINES ParisTEch, including language courses. MINES ParisTEch is also in charge of scientific supervision of the cursus and profesional deliverables of all students.

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