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Diploma awarded

: Master in Transport and Sustainable Mobility

Duration of studies

: 2 years


: Pr. Naoufal ROUKY
Energy and climate change
Transport externalities: elements of analysis and calculations
Applied statistics and IT
Freight transport systems
Environmental and transport economics
Languages ​​and Communication 1
Sustainable development
Sustainable transport
Quantitative tools
Cities, Territories and Technologies 20th and 21st centuries
Transport engineering and modeling
Design and operation of logistics and transport systems
Languages ​​and Communication 2
Environmentally friendly vehicle engineering
Operation of rail and guided transport
Choice of transport infrastructure and sustainability
Places and modes of goods transport: from urban logistics to international goods transport
Logistics infrastructure engineering
Digital and new economic approaches
Supply Chain Management
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Integrative project "Transport and sustainable mobility"

This training aims to provide students with the essential skills in transport and logistics for these booming trades, faced with the explosion in transport demand and the importance of challenges related to mobility in the 21st century: 

Territory Development, 
Segregation in urban space, 
Security and congestion problems, 
Local air pollution, 
Greenhouse effect, etc.

By teaching them to mobilize very diverse areas of knowledge (engineering, economics, environmental sciences), the objective of this Master’s programme is to allow our students to approach the different issues they will deal with from a global perspective, by taking into account the social, economic and environmental dimensions and at the same time foreseeing the problems in the long term.


Euromed Polytechnic School (EPS)

Real ability to respond to concrete challenges by demonstrating a practical mastery of modeling, institutional analysis and management tools. 

Ability to rationalize the debate on transport: 

Identify, analyse and predict the real determinants of transport demand; 
Determine the areas of competence for the different modes of transport, taken individually or combined;
Provide credible practical responses to the challenges of sustainable transport combining technical, organizational and behavioral dimensions. 

Rational nesting of these solutions of different natures, associated with the choice of action levers and the ability to communicate around the issues and the proposed responses

Pragmatic knowledge of the tools to be implemented to make the transport needs consistent with sustainable development objectives. 

The Master thus works towards the widespread adoption of sustainable modes of governance by training the future world experts in the challenges of sustainable development for the planning and design of transport systems. 


Required qualifications:
At least a Bachelor degree in a scientific field (SMA, SMI, SMP), a Bachelor degree in LST (Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Computer Engineering, Mechanical Design and Analysis, Mathematics and Application, etc.) or Bachelor degree in Economics and Management   or any degree or diploma equivalent to a scientific Bachelor degree, having a relation to the offered Master’s programme.

Academic prerequisites:

Students admitted to this programme must have a mastery of the fundamental knowledge acquired at the undergraduate level. Basic programming experience is also required.

Selection procedure: 
(The RG3 standard provides that access to the MST programme must be done on the basis of the application review and admission exam)
Admission in the first year of the master's (M1) is based on the application review and admission exam
Systematic M2 admission for M1 students who have validated the S1 and S2 semesters 
Possibility of admission into M2 for other students after validation of Moroccan or foreign M1 (in the case of an exchange programme), provided that the training programme is judged equivalent by the admission committee.
Possibility of admission into M2 for other applicants with an engineering or Master's degree and wishing to specialize in one of the two courses proposed, provided that the training programme is judged by the admission committee as equivalent to that of M1.

Study of the application file: (distinction, number of years of study, grades of the main subjects, etc.) 
Written exam 
Oral exam  
Other: Placement test in English and French


Transportation and logistics software

This training opens up careers in Morocco and abroad within: 
Companies and national or international organizations;
National, regional and municipal authorities;  
Equipment manufacturers, car manufacturers, network and infrastructure managers, and, more generally, all sectors of activity with a strong relation to the transport sector.
Potential recruiters include: 

Transportation equipment companies and car manufacturers;

Companies that manage passenger transport networks;  

Logistics operators;  

Service companies: Urban transport authorities, car rental companies, etc.

International organisations: OECD, IEA, EC, UNEP, etc.

Research centers and consulting firms specializing in land use planning, urban planning and transportation infrastructure management.

High-level positions in management and engineering include: 
Vehicle designer and sustainable mobility services with traditional actors (construction, network managers) as well as information technology companies;
Transport and mobility project manager with civil engineering companies and design and engineering offices;
Operator/exploiter of infrastructure or transport services, involved in the operation of transport;
Auditor and responsible for the sustainable development policy of a transport service