Thanks to this Chemistry degree, you can become a true expert in different fields in order to earn a high level of qualification in:
- Creating and characterising polymer materials,
- Formulating these polymers for industry and the environment.
The course can lead to jobs in the following industries:
- Aeronautics and pneumatics,
- Paints, resins and varnishes,
- Surface finishings, insulation,
- Cosmetics and biomedical,
- New energies,
Jobs: assistant engineer in Research and development (R&D), technical project supervisor in R&D, Production supervisor, account manager, product manufacturer for technical sales representatives
- Synthesis, polymer properties and characterisation
- Expression – Communication – English – project leadership
- Organic chemistry and synthesis
- Industrial polymers
- Speciality polymers
- Hygiene and safety
- More than 25% of the course is taught by professionals.
- 8 course units on theory and experiments over 2 semesters.
- Teachings that are multidisciplinary (150 hours) and polymer-specific (300 hours).
- Project: 110 hours.
- A 17-week internship.
- Earn 60 European credits (ECTS) upon graduating from this degree.
- Lectures / tutorials (58%)
- Practicals (22%)
- Project (20%)
After the course, you will have learned how to:
- Work alone, in a team or in a leadership role,
- Successfully complete a research and development mission, in collaboration with a project manager,
- Master the basic operations for creating organic monomers and polymers,
- Master the methods for characterising and studying the mechanical and physico-chemical properties of different materials.
The aim of the “Polymers for industry and the environment” Vocational Bachelor’s Degree is the immediate professional integration of our graduates.
A professional integration rate of over 70% within a year of graduating.