The Interdisciplinary Double Degree Master’s Program (Tomsk State University, Russia) – Chimie ParisTech (France) is aimed at bright and ambitious Bachelor students willing to apply for the MSc in Engineering (Diplôme d’Iingénieur).
Chimie ParisTech (France) is a French graduate school, a part of the ParisTech consortium. Having a rank of the 41st with PSL University in the Times Higher Education World Rankings, this school provides a high-level education in different fields of Chemistry. Chimie ParisTech has established a long-term partnership not only with academic institutions and universities, but also with industrial companies of national and international level.
As part of this program, the teaching of future specialists is based on an interdisciplinary approach, and includes various fields of Chemistry: Organic and Bioorganic Chemistry, Solid State Chemistry, Materials Science, Theoretical Chemistry, Nuclear Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, environmental Science, Life and Health Sciences, Chemical Engineering . The program period consists of three years. During the first year, students study at Tomsk State University; in the second year, they move to Paris to study at Chimie ParisTech. After acquiring the compulsory and elective subjects in French, the program participants undertake a professional internship at one of the French industrial enterprises and / or the transnational company (Bayer, Procter & Gamble, L’Oréal, Chanel, HERMES, Unilever, Danon, Exxon, EDA, Michelin, etc.). Students write their Master thesis in the third year of the master’s program. In terms of future science track, research activities meet the major issues of modern society and affect the following areas: Energies, Recycling, Imagery & Diagnosis, Heritage Materials, Materials for Optoelectronics, Microfluidics.
- GPA of your records: minimum 4.9
2. Reference from the Faculty Dean
3. Language level: French (upper-intermediate, B2)
Mode of study: on-campus education
Program length: 3 years
Language of instruction: French (Only some courses are taught in English)
Upon admission to the program, a certificate of language competence (French or English) is not required. Prospective students are obliged to acquire / have sufficient language competencies for training in French, as only some of the courses are taught in English.
After successful participation of the program, the graduates will be awarded two degrees:
- Master Degree from TSU;
- «Diplôme d’Ingénieur de Chimie ParisTech» (M.Sc. in Engineering of Chimie ParisTech).
Applicants for the program have an opportunity to receive scholarships from the French government “Eiffel”, which covers the main expenses (flight, accommodation, medical insurance, visa, training materials, etc.)
For more information, please contact the Program Coordinator at TSU, Gulnara A. Voronova (StrAU Institute of Smart Materials and Technologies).
Gulnara A. Voronova, PhD in Chemistry, Program Coordinator @ TSU