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date de mise à jour: 07/2013
Students join ENSCMu after two years of university study. The school offers a three-year course leading to Diplôme d’ingenieur (Master’s). International students with a solid academic background can join through different channels:
Holders of a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent are selected on the basis of their academic record and an individual interview (postgraduate level /admission procedure on www.nplusi.com). Admission to one of the graduate Chemistry schools is dependent on successful completion of a “transition semester” (French language and culture, scientific subjects) which is the first semester of the second year of study at ENSCMu. From then on, the successful candidates follow the same programme of study as their French fellow-students and can obtain the engineering degree at the end of the third year (5th year of university study). The last semester before graduation is an internship in industry.
N+i students are eligible for G. Eiffel scholarships, awarded for academic excellence. So far, ENSCMu has obtained twelve of these scholarships for foreign students.
Professor in charge of recruiting n+i students at ENSCMu: Prof. Hamid ALEBOYEH
A two-year intensive CHEM.I.ST course of the Fédération Gay-Lussac is proposed to international students. This course can be taken in Rennes, Lille or Clermont-Ferrand. Successful candidates then join one of the 19 FGL schools, including Mulhouse.
Selection on the basis of academic record and an individual interview. More information on Campus France website.
ENSCMu’s laboratories work together with numerous international universities and companies and welcomes foreign researchers and PhD candidates.
For all PhD formalities, please visit www.fnak.fr