The Admission Commission will analyze case by case the eligibility of ECTS credits obtained abroad.
In conformity with EPFL requirements, such diplomas are well received, but not compulsory.
References are required only for candidates external to UNIL-HEC or EPFL. Candidates who obtained a Bachelor from UNIL-HEC should send an email to email@example.com asking for the validation of their application without the reference letters.
EPFL and UNIL-HEC graduates do not pay any application fee. Candidates from UNIL-HEC should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org asking for the validation of their application without the fee. Candidates from other Swiss universities should pay an application fee of 50 CHF. Foreign candidates should pay a fee of 150 CHF in accordance with the EPFL conditions.
In principle yes, since the specificity of this Master program is having mixed teams of students with both engineering and economics/management profiles. The number of students enrolled in the program will depend on the number of applications.
Candidates who will be accepted to the program will be officially enrolled at EPFL.
Since students will be enrolled at EPFL, the tuition fee is 780 CHF per semester according to the EPFL study taxes.
Along with the application procedure for the Master program, candidates can apply for an excellence scholarship or needs-based scholarship in accordance with the EPFL guidelines.
The Master students will have complete access to facilities on UNIL and EPFL campuses. A number of activities will also be organized on the IMD campus.
This Master is designed as a full time program. Courses will be mainly given during the week days (even if external interventions could be scheduled in the evening or during weekends). Also, this is a program which requires a lot of project team work so frequent interactions with peers will be expected. There is no such option as following the program part time
Graduates will receive a Master of Science in Sustainable Management & Technology degree delivered jointly by UNIL, IMD and EPFL. Please note that this degree is not equivalent to an Engineer degree.
This is a Master program in management that seeks to anticipate the future directions of the economy, particularly in terms of technology and sustainability. This is its strength! On the other hand, it is true that it is designed to have a generalist orientation less specialized than some of the other Master programs offered by HEC Lausanne.
Due to the generalist nature of the program, we are aiming for a wide range of career opportunities in industry. Graduates will be trained in management with a focus on the world of tomorrow. They will have acquired interdisciplinary skills enabling them to navigate and be creative in all sectors impacted by technological change and requiring sustainable models of development.
Career services will be provided by the Career Orientation Office at UNIL and the Career Center at EPFL.
Yes, they will.
Applicants of the 1st deadline (15.12.21) will receive an official answer from EPFL by the end of March 2022.
Applicants of the 2nd deadline (15.04.22) will receive an official answer from EPFL by the end of June 2022.
No. The program is already designed to attend courses on 3 different campuses. SMT Students cannot go abroad during the Master.
The curriculum is intense, as it includes many group projects and regular assignments. We therefore do not encourage SMT Students to have a job outside of the program.
No, we don’t.
Yes there are 2 deadlines: December 15th & April 15th – both are for the September start.
The SMT Master’s degree cannot begin in the Spring semester.
You can find more information about online applications here.
We recommend that applicants from abroad apply at the first deadline in order to have more time for all the administrative procedures.
It is recommended to have previously taken courses in the following quantitative areas as they are relevant preparation for the content of the Master SMT:
– Probability and statistics
– Data analysis
– Programming, in particular with the programming languages Python and STATA
– Operations Research
– Operations management
– Decision sciences
– Macro- and micro-economics