Chemistry is present in all different business sectors and can constantly be applied in our everyday lives. The subject plays an essential role in the health, cosmetics, transport and food-processing industries. From a sustainable development perspective, it also contributes to reducing pollution from human endeavours. Our Chemistry department welcomes around 200 students each year, spread between the University Bachelor of Technology (B.U.T) and the two vocational Bachelor’s degrees (licences professionnelles): 100 1st-year DUT students, 70 2nd-year students and 30 vocational Bachelor’s students.
In order to train students, the education team is made up of professors, 4 technicians and 1 secretary. A varied teaching staff: 4 university professors, 11 lecturers, 5 secondary school teachers, 1 temporary research and teaching fellow (ATER) and 4 supervisors.