Aerospace Education Catalogue

Master of Science in International Air Transport System Engineering and Design - MSc IATSED

  • Organisation: ENAC
  • Type of Course: Initial education - Life-long learning
  • Language(s): French, English
  • Place: Toulouse (French Regions: Occitanie)
  • Prepared diploma/grade/title: MSc : Master of Sciences degree from a French higher education Institute
  • Level of entry: French Baccalaureat + 3
  • This training is included in RNCPRS

Course Details

Objectives: By integrating the MSc IATSED, you will receive a solid foundation of fundamental systems engineering knowledge with extensive experimentation in managing complex, multidisciplinary, advanced engineering projects thanks to the involvement of our industrial partners all along the master program: course definition, project monitoring, new technologies introduction, six-month thesis. You will gain valuable deeper insights to manage complex engineering systems and improve future processes in air transport. Based on interdisciplinary engineering approach, the MSc IATSED makes sure you will be familiarized with international engineering concepts by direct application of international INCOSE standards. IATSED professors maintains close ties with the INCOSE community.

Intended for: Bachelor of Science students

Degree Level (EU) : 7 - (EQC level or equivalent)

Prerequisites: Hold a Bachelor degree

Admission requirements: Bachelor degree

Duration and terms: 2 years

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  • Engineering Sciences
  • Applications, Operations


  • 3 - Mechanical Engineering (structures, structural dynamics…), Materials (composites, metallurgy, forming…), Processes, Chemistry, Mechatronics
  • 7 - Electrical systems (generation, storage and management of energy), Actuators, Microsystems
  • 8 - Avionics and on-board Systems (embedded networks, sensors, instrumentation, etc.), Real-time Systems
  • 13 - Positioning, Navigation, GNSS
  • 14 - Transports, Intelligent Transportations Systems (ITS), Mobility, Vehicles, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)
  • 18 - Human Factors, Human Machine Interfaces, Operations, Exploitation, Air Traffic Management