Science and Innovation

Open to :
  • Applicants holding an undergraduate degree (Bachelor)
  • EU/EEA students
  • Non-european students
Language poficency requirements :
  • English: B2
    Overview

    The Science and Innovation program is part of the Master’s Degree in Materials Science. Students can prepare this program at the beginning of a doctoral thesis and it covers all fields of physics and chemistry, from the fundamental concepts to applications, through modeling and complex systems.

    A curriculum in physics and chemistry

    • In the 1st year of this Master’s degree (M1), this program provides high-level general training, leading onto the different specialties of the 2nd year Master’s degree in chemistry and physics
    • In 2nd year Master’s ( M2), 5 different orientations are possible for the Science and Innovation program:
      • Physics, concepts and applications
      • Chemistry, concepts and applications 
      • Complex Systems 
      • Numerical modeling (semester 3 of the Erasmus Master Mundus atoSIM)

    Specialization at another university in France through the "ouverture" course, where students may study the 3rd semester and/or the 4th semester of an M2 degree at another establishment. 

    Part of the program taught in French / English

    This program is taught in English or French, according to students’ needs.

    Subject(s)

    Career opportunities after this course

    • Career opportunities after this course
    • Researcher, teacher-researcher, research engineer
    • High school teacher/Preparatory classes/Higher Education
    • Management position in industrial Research and Development
    • Analyst/expert
    • Scientific Advisor
    • High-level Official

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