The SHS program ends with the first Master year. Master students complete then an individual or group project, which carries 6 coefficients, thus representing 10% of the yearly workload. Those projects’ diversity shows what curiosity and interest future engineers and researchers have by encountering human and social sciences.
Every Master course teacher can, at the end of the school year, put forward one of the students’ Master project for its quality, originality or audacity. The SHS Prize is then assigned to one or several of the suggested projects, and is awarded the day before the Master Graduation Day.