The Master’s degree in Biotechnologies welcomes students from different backgrounds (pharmacists, biotech engineers specialised in biomanufacturing, synthetic biology or high throughput analysis and students who have completed a 3-year university course in Biology). It equips them with specific scientific and technical skills to meet the challenges presented by the development of biotechnology.
The course is made up of three complementary units:
- Synthetic biology
- Biotechnology and high throughput analysis
- Pharmaceutical biotechnology
The Master can be taken under a work-study contract with apprenticeship status.
The training offer is divided into four complementary courses :