The programme aims to provide both the knowledge required by a future chemist (organic chemistry, coordination chemistry, theoretical chemistry, spectroscopy, etc.) and all the expertise needed for the practice of chemistry (lab work, internship, research placement, etc.). Students also discover chemistry's contributions to interfaces with other disciplines through elective courses (chemical physics, molecular engineering, nanoscience, etc.).
LDD3 : Physique/Chimie - Parcours Frédéric Joliot-Curie
M1 : Chimie voie Frédéric Joliot-Curie
Some of the courses, shared with international masters, are taught in English.
M2 : Formation à l'enseignement supérieur en chimie
M2 : Molecular Chemistry and Interfaces (MOCHI)
- Refer to the program and application procedures.
- Program delivered in English.
- Program open to international students.
The master "Molecular Chemistry and Interfaces" is a high-level scientific and academic joint program proposed by University Paris-Saclay and Ecole Polytechnique. It is devoted to molecular chemistry and gives state-of-the-art knowledge in academic sciences bringing as well the students towards their applications in academic research and industry. Taught in English, the training is devoted to organic & organometallic chemistry, catalysis, supra & macromolecular chemistry, theoretical chemistry, chemistry & biology and chemistry for optoelectronics.
Master of Chemistry graduates can either go on to doctoral study or seek employment in France or abroad.
A master's degree in chemistry opens up a wide range of career options (depending on the specialization, and following a PhD where necessary) in the private and public sectors (companies, research and consultancy firms, the civil service): R & D engineers, project managers, laboratory or department heads in various sectors (chemical, pharmaceutical, agri-food, environment, analysis, petrochemistry, nanotechnology, materials, etc.), research engineers, researchers, academics, etc.