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Master Biologie Végétale (Plant Sciences)

  • Durée des études : 2 ans
  • Crédits : 120
  • 1 Parcours :

Objectifs

This Master aims to form biologists in the field of plant sciences , with an integrative view allows them to make connections between interdisciplinary topics and at different levels of study. This Master is based on the acquisition of knowledge of the biology of plants and microorganisms, both in the context of development and industrial uses, but also in the knowledge of how plants face the stress from their environment, whether at the evolution level (changing photosytnhèse modes, adaptations and terrestrialization) or face the current climate change (pollution, ozone, drought, floods ..).

Multidisciplinary integrative approach will be develop at different levels: biomolecule, cellular, tissue, organism and population. Graduates students should be able to use their training to design and develop research tools to integrate a research team and research & development laboratories. The intervention of professionals from different sectors will also illustrate the usefulness of this knowledge for the improvement of plants or processes to enhance plant agro-resources.

This Master Plant Sciences is an international C2 type (2015-2019 contract). The goal is to make it evolve towards a typology C3 Dual Degree type. Students validating their semesters, including one semester in outgoing mobility partner university will be eligible to obtain a double degree namely, that of the Master Plant Sciences University partner which took place on Erasmus + and Master Plant Sciences, Lille (France).

In the longer term, other contacts will be made with officials of Plant Sciences taught Masters in European countries in order to facilitate student mobility (United Kingdom / Manchester, Leeds, Netherlands / Wageningen, Switzerland / Basel, Zürich, Sweden / Umea, Norway / As). The objective would be to establish a European consortium.

 

Spécificités

Students follow first semester (S1) courses at either the University of Lille, France or the University of Bonn, Germany. At Lille, S1 courses are taught either in French or in English. Four modules are common with the S1 Master ‘Biologie & Santé’ (MSc Biology and Health). Two modules (Current and Scientific English, Practical Laboratory Projects) are taught in English and will prepare students for the second semester (S2) at the University of Bonn-Germany (possibility of Erasmus grants) where course work will be taught in English

The third semester (S3) will take place at Lille (France) where all students will participate actively in a series of workshops involving conferences by specialists and round tables. All subjects are taught in English. During the fourth semester (S4) students undertake a 6-month research project (including written thesis and oral presentation) in a research laboratory in France, Germany or elsewhere. Accomodation facilities are available for foreign students on Lille Campus (Reflex residence).

 


Les savoirs

At the end of the Master's program, the graduate student should be able to have the following skills:

Skill 1: to integrate the different concepts of Biology and Plant Physiology and Eukaryotes
Skill 2: to master the basic concepts in genetics, genomics, molecular biology, cell biology and physiology, stress physiology, physiology of adaptation to a stable or not, biochemistry (including carbon metabolism)
Skill 3: to master the concepts of the different experimental strategies -omics type "such as genomics, proteomics, transcriptomics, métabolomique
Skill 4: to understand the different mechanisms adaption of organisms to their environment (especially to face climate changes, or abiotic stress)
Skill 4: to understand, control and operate the main mechanisms related to plant sexual reproduction 
Skill 5: to consider plants as raw materials that can be improved (quality for an application / subsequent recovery as bio-based material (genetic, cultural practice, environmental conditions ....)).
Skill 6: to understand the concepts of law, ethics and professional conduct, and intellectual property related to the evaluation of experimental results or linked to experimentation on living organisms. 
Key generic competences: Scientific investigation and research skills; Capacity to analyse and synthesise data; Information management skills (ability to retrieve and critically analyse information from different sources); Use of scientific data banks, and applications.
Specific competences: Comprehensive knowledge in different areas of both fundamental and applied Plant Sciences. Ability to define, determine and implement appropriate research strategies to answer different biological questions. Ability to analyze and interpret experimental data and propose future research directions. Production and presentation (defence) of a Masters research thesis.

Les savoir-faire

At the end of the Master's program, the graduate student should be able to have the following skills:
Skill 1: to design, develop and write in his native language and also in English, a scientific argument concerning choice of strategies in a given issue. To discuss and to debate through roundtable.
Skill 2: To apply experimental protocol or given experimental strategy
Skill 3: To analyze and to interpret the results obtained by different experimental strategies
Skill 4: To chosse and to adapt suitable protocols, for characterization and plant molecules extractions (biochemistry, molecular and cell biology)
Skill 5: To master "-omics" technologies (genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, glycomics)
Skill 6: To create and to keep clear a laboratory experimental notebook (bilingual languages)
Skill 7: To identify risks (chemical, physical) and apply health and safety rules

 


Tableau des semestres

Semestre Unité d'enseignement Crédits :
Semestre 1
Liste des UEs obligatoires

This lab courses covers two Unit: UE1C and UE1D. At the end of these both units, the student is able to:
• Understand and implement different protocols
• Develop a scientific experimental approach
• Handle in accordance with hygiene and safety rules, the various extraction equipment, identification and characterization of biomolecules
• Implement standard molecular biology technologies
• Understand and compare different technologies in terms of advantages and disadvantages
• Write a lab notebook (in english)

5

This lab courses covers two Unit: UE1C and UE1D. At the end of these both units, the student is able to:
• Understand and implement different protocols
• Develop a scientific experimental approach
• Handle in accordance with hygiene and safety rules, the various extraction equipment, identification and characterization of biomolecules
• Implement standard molecular biology technologies
• Understand and compare different technologies in terms of advantages and disadvantages
• Write a lab notebook (in english)

5

This unit mimics one week in a laboratory. A biological questions will be asked early in the week, and 8 half following days will be devoted to the implementation of selected technologies that will answer this question. Students must write a laboratory notebook (established in UE1C and UE1D units) and a short memory in the format of a scientific publication (logic of the techniques, interpretation of results, discussion and criticism). The objective is to understand the interests and benefits of selected technologies to answer the question.

This Unit also prepares student to ERASMUS mobility. Some Masters in Plant Sciences, especially at Bonn (Germany) have such lab courses units.

5
Liste des UEs obligatoires

- Academic English: how to differentiate between spoken English and formal English, and use the appropriate terms and expressions in a formal essay/letter/thesis

- Presentation English: how to give good, clear and concise PP Presentation. How to prepare it, express yourself clearly, address your audience, react to questions, etc.

- CVs and covering letters: how to write a modern, clear, attractive CV well adapted to your goals. How to write a covering letter that will stand out and emphasise your qualities in good, accurate English

- Lab English: how to describe lab experiments (including materials, equipment, set up, conclusions) with audio exercises providing examples in international context

- Part of the course is also specifically aimed at students who need to improve their proficiency, with vocabulary and grammar exercises, audio and video documents, and interaction.

5

This unit aims to prepare students for outgoing mobility ERASMUS. This will be achieved through various scenari (telephone, interview, presentation to a service, daily life), but also in theoretical situations that could be observed in laboratories (technical inquiries, requests for scientific explanations, product research, protocol read.

5
Liste des UEs optionnelles

- Present the different kinds of land and marine plants that can be used in a biorefinery.

- Describe the opportunities and difficulties of working with biological material

- Describe the contribution of plant biomass in a bioeconomy

- Present the different types of biorefinary and land products.

5

A l’issue de l’enseignement, l’étudiant est capable de :
Connaissance poussée de la  régulation de l’expression des gènes chez les bactéries.
Enseignement nécessaire pour aborder correctement tous les domaines de la microbiologie

 

5

Enseignement indispensable pour aborder correctement tous les domaines de la régulation génique et de la génétique chez les eucaryotes.
Mène à tous les Master II ayant une teinte génétique et génomique.
A l’issue de l’enseignement, l’étudiant est capable de :
Connaissance poussée de la  régulation de l’expression des gènes chez les eucaryotes.

 

5
Semestre 3
Liste des UEs obligatoires

At the end of the course, the student is able to :
• read and understand administrative and legal documents relating to the valuation of its scientific results, either via a declaration of invention, patent or license
• have keys, tools and resource persons to contact for a creation of a start-up
• estimate the legal, administrative and ethical limits of its professional and experimental practices (biological models, waste management, GMOs ...)
• to participate in the drafting of a research project by taking into account the scientific, financial, labor and promotion of its results
• to prepare a CV, physical or telephone interview, and a scientific forms on its work in view of applying for a thesis and later, a post-doctoral fellowship

5

The unit is a tutorial unit based on roundtables (oral). At the end of this unit, the student is able:

- To Conceive, to state and to present an argued dissertation
- To Understand, to express and to describe the molecular mechanisms and physiological adapatations of living organisms face to  various (a)biotic stresses 
- Apprehend Biopolymers domain (synthesis, modifications, industrial uses) 
- To be able to express arguments originated from papers, and to choose one experimental strategy

 

1

At the end of this unit, the student is able to:

-    Determining the best genomic approach to identify genes responsible for a given plant adaptation when starting from phenotypical data
-    Understanding the concepts behind the most popular statistical approaches to identify signatures of natural selection based on genomic or transcriptomic data
-    Suggesting strategies to localize a gene in a non-model species for which no reference genome is available
-    Understanding why genomic and functional approaches are complementary in the search for genes responsible for major plant adaptations
-    Performing elementary bioinformatics analyses from raw genomic or transcriptomic data

 

5

At the end of this theoretical unit on Plant Biology, Evolution and Plant Biopolymers, the student will be able:

- To Establish relationship betwwen functional biology and plant physiology 
- To describe “omics” technologies described in paper
- To Conceive, to state and to write an argued dissertation
- To Understand, to express and to describe the molecular mechanisms and physiological adapatations of living organisms face to  various (a)biotic stresses 
- Apprehend Biopolymers domain (synthesis, modifications, industrial uses) 
- To be able to express arguments originated from papers, and to choose one experimental strategy

 

 

10

Before workshop: the speakers send publications to students for analysing before the seminars. He/her could also propose a subject for the bibliographic dissertation.Students should have followed UE2A.

Workshop and Seminars (6h/day) : two workshops is organised for each topic (= 8 workshops/S3)
•    Morning (3h): Seminar 1: to upgrade knowledge considering the heterogenous public origins, Seminar 2: on an original research projects. Each student is firstly evaluated according to his/her questions during debate.
•    Afternoon (3h): Roundtable form: each student is evaluated by the speakers (or representant) according to his/her involvement during the debate. Poster presentation form: two students present their poster to the speaker in order to be evaluated (public presentation).

 

5
Liste des UEs optionnelles

Students (individual or binome) will be in charge of one biological question. He/She will have to find a protocol by him/herself, to solve the question, to establish a list for collecting chemical products and suitable equipement in the laboratory, to modify parameters in order to optimize the protocol if necessary and/or to transfer it on the biological model given for studying (autotrophic organism, unicellular or pluricellular organism). He/She will have to interact regularly with his/her referent before performing the experiment. He/she will have to write a short report explaining the optimization of the protocol, results obtained, and answer to the question. This unit prepares for the S4.

4
Semestre 4
Liste des UEs obligatoires

During the oral defense, the student must show mastery of his/her subject, both bibliographic perspective, as science and technology. He/she must be able to explain and argue the strategic choices made. He/she must present, interpret and discuss the results, placing them in their scientific context. He/she must demonstrate educational quality, scientific to get the public to understand the work carried out.

The second part of this oral is more global order. The student will be questioned about his/her knowledge and skills. The questions may be related to the units of the S3. The objective of the jury is to verify that the candidate is able to approach any scientific problems he/she might encounter during his/her professional life, especially if he/she will apply for a thesis grant.

8

This unit corresponds to the lab interniship in a research laboratory that will be approved by the jury president and studies director. The research formation will take 5-6 months (full time) in a national, international laboratory (public or private).

Student should find his/her laboratory by him/herself . The research laboratories that want to welcome students could also contact the jury president or the studies director. They will select the candidate. 

15

Student will write in english a Master thesis according to the guide that will be given by the studies director. Three reports (paper format) will be transferred to the studies director, and the two reviewers that will write comments.

7
  • Semestre 1
    • Liste des UEs obligatoires
      • UE1C: Molecular and Biochemical Technologies (5 ECTS)

        This lab courses covers two Unit: UE1C and UE1D. At the end of these both units, the student is able to:
        • Understand and implement different protocols
        • Develop a scientific experimental approach
        • Handle in accordance with hygiene and safety rules, the various extraction equipment, identification and characterization of biomolecules
        • Implement standard molecular biology technologies
        • Understand and compare different technologies in terms of advantages and disadvantages
        • Write a lab notebook (in english)

      • UE1D: Advanced Technologies in Analyses (5 ECTS)

        This lab courses covers two Unit: UE1C and UE1D. At the end of these both units, the student is able to:
        • Understand and implement different protocols
        • Develop a scientific experimental approach
        • Handle in accordance with hygiene and safety rules, the various extraction equipment, identification and characterization of biomolecules
        • Implement standard molecular biology technologies
        • Understand and compare different technologies in terms of advantages and disadvantages
        • Write a lab notebook (in english)

      • UE1F- Practical Laboratory Project (Initiation) (5 ECTS)

        This unit mimics one week in a laboratory. A biological questions will be asked early in the week, and 8 half following days will be devoted to the implementation of selected technologies that will answer this question. Students must write a laboratory notebook (established in UE1C and UE1D units) and a short memory in the format of a scientific publication (logic of the techniques, interpretation of results, discussion and criticism). The objective is to understand the interests and benefits of selected technologies to answer the question.

        This Unit also prepares student to ERASMUS mobility. Some Masters in Plant Sciences, especially at Bonn (Germany) have such lab courses units.

    • Liste des UEs obligatoires
      • Brf5-English (5 ECTS)

        - Academic English: how to differentiate between spoken English and formal English, and use the appropriate terms and expressions in a formal essay/letter/thesis

        - Presentation English: how to give good, clear and concise PP Presentation. How to prepare it, express yourself clearly, address your audience, react to questions, etc.

        - CVs and covering letters: how to write a modern, clear, attractive CV well adapted to your goals. How to write a covering letter that will stand out and emphasise your qualities in good, accurate English

        - Lab English: how to describe lab experiments (including materials, equipment, set up, conclusions) with audio exercises providing examples in international context

        - Part of the course is also specifically aimed at students who need to improve their proficiency, with vocabulary and grammar exercises, audio and video documents, and interaction.

      • UE1E: Current and Scientific english (5 ECTS)

        This unit aims to prepare students for outgoing mobility ERASMUS. This will be achieved through various scenari (telephone, interview, presentation to a service, daily life), but also in theoretical situations that could be observed in laboratories (technical inquiries, requests for scientific explanations, product research, protocol read.

    • Liste des UEs optionnelles
      • Brf1-Plant biomass production and valorisation (5 ECTS)

        - Present the different kinds of land and marine plants that can be used in a biorefinery.

        - Describe the opportunities and difficulties of working with biological material

        - Describe the contribution of plant biomass in a bioeconomy

        - Present the different types of biorefinary and land products.

      • MG1 : Génétique bactérienne (5 ECTS)

        A l’issue de l’enseignement, l’étudiant est capable de :
        Connaissance poussée de la  régulation de l’expression des gènes chez les bactéries.
        Enseignement nécessaire pour aborder correctement tous les domaines de la microbiologie

         

      • MG2 : Génétique moléculaire des eucaryotes (5 ECTS)

        Enseignement indispensable pour aborder correctement tous les domaines de la régulation génique et de la génétique chez les eucaryotes.
        Mène à tous les Master II ayant une teinte génétique et génomique.
        A l’issue de l’enseignement, l’étudiant est capable de :
        Connaissance poussée de la  régulation de l’expression des gènes chez les eucaryotes.

         

  • Semestre 3
    • Liste des UEs obligatoires
      • UE2F: Professionnalization, Law and Ethic (5 ECTS)

        At the end of the course, the student is able to :
        • read and understand administrative and legal documents relating to the valuation of its scientific results, either via a declaration of invention, patent or license
        • have keys, tools and resource persons to contact for a creation of a start-up
        • estimate the legal, administrative and ethical limits of its professional and experimental practices (biological models, waste management, GMOs ...)
        • to participate in the drafting of a research project by taking into account the scientific, financial, labor and promotion of its results
        • to prepare a CV, physical or telephone interview, and a scientific forms on its work in view of applying for a thesis and later, a post-doctoral fellowship

      • UE2B: Roundtables on Plant Biopolymers (1 ECTS)

        The unit is a tutorial unit based on roundtables (oral). At the end of this unit, the student is able:

        - To Conceive, to state and to present an argued dissertation
        - To Understand, to express and to describe the molecular mechanisms and physiological adapatations of living organisms face to  various (a)biotic stresses 
        - Apprehend Biopolymers domain (synthesis, modifications, industrial uses) 
        - To be able to express arguments originated from papers, and to choose one experimental strategy

         

      • UE2E:Adaptation genomics in plants (5 ECTS)

        At the end of this unit, the student is able to:

        -    Determining the best genomic approach to identify genes responsible for a given plant adaptation when starting from phenotypical data
        -    Understanding the concepts behind the most popular statistical approaches to identify signatures of natural selection based on genomic or transcriptomic data
        -    Suggesting strategies to localize a gene in a non-model species for which no reference genome is available
        -    Understanding why genomic and functional approaches are complementary in the search for genes responsible for major plant adaptations
        -    Performing elementary bioinformatics analyses from raw genomic or transcriptomic data

         

      • UE2A: Lectures and tutorial works (10 ECTS)

        At the end of this theoretical unit on Plant Biology, Evolution and Plant Biopolymers, the student will be able:

        - To Establish relationship betwwen functional biology and plant physiology 
        - To describe “omics” technologies described in paper
        - To Conceive, to state and to write an argued dissertation
        - To Understand, to express and to describe the molecular mechanisms and physiological adapatations of living organisms face to  various (a)biotic stresses 
        - Apprehend Biopolymers domain (synthesis, modifications, industrial uses) 
        - To be able to express arguments originated from papers, and to choose one experimental strategy

         

         

      • UE2C: Workshops and Seminars (5 ECTS)

        Before workshop: the speakers send publications to students for analysing before the seminars. He/her could also propose a subject for the bibliographic dissertation.Students should have followed UE2A.

        Workshop and Seminars (6h/day) : two workshops is organised for each topic (= 8 workshops/S3)
        •    Morning (3h): Seminar 1: to upgrade knowledge considering the heterogenous public origins, Seminar 2: on an original research projects. Each student is firstly evaluated according to his/her questions during debate.
        •    Afternoon (3h): Roundtable form: each student is evaluated by the speakers (or representant) according to his/her involvement during the debate. Poster presentation form: two students present their poster to the speaker in order to be evaluated (public presentation).

         

    • Liste des UEs optionnelles
      • UE2D: Lab Courses in Research (4 ECTS)

        Students (individual or binome) will be in charge of one biological question. He/She will have to find a protocol by him/herself, to solve the question, to establish a list for collecting chemical products and suitable equipement in the laboratory, to modify parameters in order to optimize the protocol if necessary and/or to transfer it on the biological model given for studying (autotrophic organism, unicellular or pluricellular organism). He/She will have to interact regularly with his/her referent before performing the experiment. He/she will have to write a short report explaining the optimization of the protocol, results obtained, and answer to the question. This unit prepares for the S4.

  • Semestre 4
    • Liste des UEs obligatoires
      • UE2I: Master Research Defense and Questionning (8 ECTS)

        During the oral defense, the student must show mastery of his/her subject, both bibliographic perspective, as science and technology. He/she must be able to explain and argue the strategic choices made. He/she must present, interpret and discuss the results, placing them in their scientific context. He/she must demonstrate educational quality, scientific to get the public to understand the work carried out.

        The second part of this oral is more global order. The student will be questioned about his/her knowledge and skills. The questions may be related to the units of the S3. The objective of the jury is to verify that the candidate is able to approach any scientific problems he/she might encounter during his/her professional life, especially if he/she will apply for a thesis grant.

      • UE2G: Master Research Internship (15 ECTS)

        This unit corresponds to the lab interniship in a research laboratory that will be approved by the jury president and studies director. The research formation will take 5-6 months (full time) in a national, international laboratory (public or private).

        Student should find his/her laboratory by him/herself . The research laboratories that want to welcome students could also contact the jury president or the studies director. They will select the candidate. 

      • UE2H: Master Research Thesis (7 ECTS)

        Student will write in english a Master thesis according to the guide that will be given by the studies director. Three reports (paper format) will be transferred to the studies director, and the two reviewers that will write comments.


Ce master n'est accessible qu'à partir de la deuxième année (M2)

Pour candidater :  http://master-plantsciences.univ-lille1.fr

Les informations utiles seront mises en ligne ici même très prochainement.

Prérequis

For french students:

Students should have their B.Sc with honours (>12/20 in third year).  Eight english language ects (or minimum 90h-face to face) is required to ensure a minimum european level B2 . Otherwise, the student must submit a certification in English (KEY, First Certificate, TOEFL ...) attesting to a level B2.

For students from Lille University, or Rennes University, if they have followed the bilingual group in life sciences through their whole Licence degree (six semesters), they are exempt.

For non french students:

A B.Sc. Grade Point Average (GPA) should be at least 60-70% of the maximum scale.Fluency in English, both written and spoken.

All students must demonstrate English language proficiency through an official TOEFL (Test of English as Foreign Language) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System) certificate. The minimum pass scores are 550 points for the written TOEFL, 213 points for the computer-based TOEFL, 80 points for the internet-based TOEFL and 6.0 for IELTS. 

The following graduate applicants do not need to take an English proficiency test: 
1.      Graduate applicants whose native language is English
2.      Students which have a Baccalauréate degree from an institution of higher education in which English is the language of instruction
3.      European students, who have learned English in eight consecutive years of upper secondary school English classes

Recruitement in M1 Plant Sciences is selective: i) Masters Plant Sciences at the European level, recruit students with a BSc Hons, ii) formation is in English as well as assessments. M2 entry is possible if the student validates its S1 and S2 on the one hand, and he/she is admitted for his/her research internship in a laboratory validated by the jury (S4). Direct entry in M2 will also be selective on the same criteria (scientific excellence and English).

 

 

Admission en M2

The Master Plant Sciences is recruiting graduate students holding a :
* Licence in Life Sciences from the University of Lille: Cell Biology and Physiology courses (especially the Plant Science cursus) and Biochemistry. Licence in Life Sciences from other french universities with such disciplinary units.
* Equivalent degree from french institution of higher education (application should be first validated by the validation committee from the university. Take car about the date).
* Bachelors of Life Sciences, with main units as: Cell Biology and Physiology, Biochemistry, Genetics  (parallele application to Campus France could also be necessary before applying to the Master).
* Students from another French or foreign M1 (application in M2), or equivalent degree must first obtain the approval of the validation committee of Lille, and also probably Campus France, and obtain the agreement of ED Master Plant Sciences. 

* Students from the M1 Plant Sciences , and validating their S1 and their S2 through an Erasmus +mobility, were admitted in M2 if they are accepted in a research laboratory (public or private) for their research training in S4.

Dead lines for application :
* french students could apply until July, 13th (for the first jury commission) and August, 30th (for the second jury commission)
* european and other international students should apply until April, 30th in order to complete Campus France Process (and asking visa)

 

Accès et tarifs en formation continue

Pour tout renseignement concernant l’information et l’orientation du public en reprise d’études après un arrêt de 2 ans ou plus, la Validation des Acquis et de l'Expérience (VAE) et la Validation des Acquis Professionnels (VAP) et les tarifs appliqués, contacter le Service Formation Continue : Tél. 03 20 43 45 23

Droits de scolarité en formation initiale

Pour l'année universitaire 2017-2018, les droits de scolarité en formation initiale s'échelonnent selon les diplômes préparés : 184 € (années d'études conduisant à la Licence, au DUT, au DEUST) ; 256 € (années d'études conduisant au Master) ; 391 € (cursus doctorat et HDR) et 610 € (Diplôme d'ingénieur). A cela s'ajoutent 217€ de cotisation pour la Sécurité Sociale et 5,10 € de droits universitaires.


Poursuite d'études et insertion professionnelle

Ph.D. thesis:
Plant Sciences M.Sc. graduates can apply to doctoral schools to continue their training.
Ph.D. school ED 446: Biologie-Santé (Lille1-Lille2, France)
French and international Ph.D. schools
 
Topic areas: 
Chemistry, Biochemistry
Natural sciences, Biology
Life Sciences
 
Employment:
Engineers, lab and platform mangers in different domains (fundamental and applied plant research – plant breeding and improvement, stress resistance and phytopathology, agro-industries (food, materials, neutraceutics). 
Research scientists in international public or private laboratories, Assistant professor (after Ph.D. degree )
 
Professional insertion: This 2-year, international M.Sc. program offers a wide selection of modules in Plant Biology. The main objective is to train young scientists for future careers in research in either public (e.g. university, CNRS, INRA, CIRAD) or private laboratories and companies, in France or other countries. Graduates of the Plant Sciences M.Sc. Program can either apply directly for different posts (engineer, lab manager), or alternatively pursue their training at the Ph.D. level.

Scientific skills: The Plant Sciences M.Sc. will provide students with the high level international environment necessary to develop not only their scientific knowledge in plant biology, but also acquire a wide range of transferable skills:  data management skills (ability to retrieve relevant information from different sources); critical analyse, synthesis and presentation of data; bio-informatics; 

For France: Code Nomenclature des Spécialités de Formations (NSF): 
112: Chimie-Biologie, Biochimie, 
113: Sciences Naturelle Biologie-Géologie, 
118: Sciences de la Vie

For France: Codes des fiches ROME :
H1206 : Management et ingénierie d’études, recherche et développement industriel
K2402 : Recherche en sciences de l'univers, de la matière et du vivant
K2108 : Chargé d’enseignement supérieur

 


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