International

  • Student mobility

 

Studying with us is also the occasion to open to the world. Our students, both at the master and PhD levels, are strongly encouraged to pursue part of their curriculum in universities abroad, with which we have teaching or research agreements.

 

About 30% of our Master’s students study abroad during their second year, mostly in Norway, Germany, Sweden, Spain, Switzerland, Italy and France. Most of these stays are financially supported by ERASMUS fellowships.  Our students can also apply for other types of funding directly from the university. Double-degree programs in 5 or 6 years are also available to students of the masters in chemical engineering and materials science.

 

If you are one of our master student and you want to study abroad, or if you are regularly enrolled in a university abroad and you wish to study with us, you may get in touch with Stéphanie Lambert who will let you know about the possibilities and procedures.

 

 

European Committee for the Use of Computers in Chemical Engineering Education 


Contact(s) : Stéphanie Lambert