Application procedure

 

 

 

If you...

  • have a Bachelor in the field of chemistry or related subjects
  • are among the top 10% of the best students in your university 
  • have a solid background in English 
  • have a strong interest to acquire professional knowledge in the field of complex systems chemistry

...then we strongly recommend that you apply for our Integrated MSc/PhD program!


Candidates who already have a MSc are also encouraged to apply directly to our PhD program if they have their own funding / fellowship.

 


Timeline

STUDENTS

USA STUDENTS ONLY

FRENCH AND INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS (except USA)

Application opening November, 2nd 2018 January, 4th 2019
Application deadline December, 4th 2018 March, 1st 2019
Decisions will be sent to all applicants in: January, 2019 End of March 2019
Program starts in September 2019

 

Selection and Application 

The graduate school will be highly selective at entry (up to 20 master students). All admitted students will be given financial support in the form of scholarships (Master level) then in the form of PhD fellowships for successful MSc students.

The students will be assigned a mentor among the PIs to advise them on their studies and future. A strong sense of school spirit will be forged around common activities.

Non-French speaking students will be asked to take French language classes to help in their integration.

While most students are expected to start at the M1 level exceptional students may be admitted at the M2 or PhD levels

 

Depending on your country of origin you have different modes of application. Please read the instructions carefully

To apply, if you are

 
USA students only:

Please click here

French and international students:

Please click here

 

 

Contact us (grad-csc@unistra.fr) if you are interested in to learn more about the admission and enrolment processes