The National College of Chemical Engineering (ENSCMu) is part of Université de Haute-Alsace which is associated to Université de Strasbourg. ENSCMu is one of the French “Grandes Écoles”. It is ISO 9001 certified and trains chemical engineers in close collaboration with industry. It recruits students after two years of higher education for three years of training.
Professor Jocelyne Brendlé has been the director of the College of Chemistry since 1st September 2016. She teaches mineral and materials chemistry. Her research activities within the Mulhouse Materials Science Institute (IS2M) focus on clays. She is assisted by Ms Magali Bonne, deputy director for international relations, and Mr. Samuel Fouchard, lecturer in chemistry and director of studies.
Theoretical and practical courses in organic chemistry, physical chemistry, cosmetology, environmental chemistry, formulation, materials, safety…
Internships and projects carried out in laboratories or with companies, lecturers from the world of work, a double Master’s degree…
Individual follow-up starting in first year and group projects in first and second year
Cross-border area close to Germany and Switzerland, double degrees and academic exchanges, internships abroad
Dynamic student life, state-of-the-art facilities, green campus close to the city center providing all university services
This is ENSCMu: the National College of Chemical Engineering, one of France’s prestigious graduate schools known as “Grandes Écoles” and the first in France for chemistry. The National College of Chemical Engineering (ENSCMu) is part of Université de Haute...Read more
National College of Chemical Engineering of Mulhouse (ENSCMu) offers three different degree courses corresponding to different academic levels: a three-year chemical engineer’s degree course after two years of higher education: 1st year of study,...Read more