The Master 2 in "Advanced Spectrosocopy in Chemistry" focuses on spectroscopic analysis methodologies, not on chemistry. Theoretical and lab courses provide chemistry students with all necessary tools in the most advanced spectroscopic techniques, which they are able to apply to the research domain of chemistry of their choice.
More than 80 % of ASC graduates chose to engage in a PhD project.
The program provides all students with various transversal skills: competencies in entrepreneurship, project management, bibliographical search and synthesis in link with industry and knowledge of REACH legislation and intellectual property issues. Additionally, students will have opportunities to acquire other soft skills (intercultural communication, research experience and scientific communication) enabling them to easily adapt to their future international professional environment.
For application, see here.