Bachelor degree in chemistry

Key facts

Language(s) of instruction: French and German

Length of study: 3 years, full time

Partner: Universität Bielefeld

Course Location:

  • Semester 1 to 3: Bielefeld University, Germany
  • Semester 4 to 6: Université de Paris, France

Degrees awarded:

  • Licence franco-allemande de Chimie, Université de Paris
  • Binational Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Bielefeld University

Entry Requirements: French Baccalaureate in Science or international equivalent

Language pre-requisites: B2 level of French and German

Course overview

The aim of this program is to give students a broad foundation in Chemistry enabling them to pursue a Master’s in Chemistry or a related field (environment, nanoscience, biochemistry, science of matter) whether it be in France or Germany.

The program is designed for students who have decided from the outset to study chemistry. The first three semesters are conducted at Bielefeld University. Semesters 1 to 3 focus predominantly on the basics of chemistry. For semesters 4 to 6, students deepen their knowledge by benefiting from the expertise of the Chemistry Department of Université de Paris in chemical physics, inorganic chemistry and organic chemistry.

There is an internship of minimum two months to be completed in semester 6 at a university laboratory or in industry.

Skills and Competencies developed
  • German and French language skills
  • Get acquainted with Chemistry: organic and inorganic chemistry as well as analytical and physical chemistry
  • Observe and model matter and energy transformations processes
  • Manage and resolve issues related to industrial sectors involving chemistry or biology: agribusiness, environment, pharmacy, cosmetics, materials
  • Analyse, interpret and render the results of experimental data
  • Master main identification techniques as well as qualitative and quantitative analysis of matter (spectroscopy IR, NMR, UV-Visible spectroscopy, mass spectrometry…)
  • Master main separative and chromatographic techniques (gas and high pressure liquid chromatography, silica gel column and thin layer chromatography)
  • Implement and enforce hygiene and safety regulations

Contact:

Mr. Simon DURAN, administrative Coordinator
simon.duran@u-paris.fr
Mrs. Delphine SCHAMING, pedagogical Coordinator
delphine.schaming@u-paris.fr 

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