Graduate programmes

Join a training environment through research, integrating masters and doctoral studies around the major scientific and societal themes of the University of Lille, in an international, stimulating, competitive and innovative context.



Tracks of excellence for Master’s and PhD students

What is a Graduate Programme?

The Graduate Programmes are designed to integrate you into a high-level research environment and provide you with the core competencies to address the interdisciplinary challenges of your subject area.

Brings together masters and PhD’s students from different backgrounds that will work together to address the societal challenges of our time

Gather research-driven Master’s degree in a stimulating, competitive and innovative scientific environment

Help you explore the scientific, geographic and professional worlds around you

Each Graduate Programme offers...

Participation in interdisciplinary events 

Courses taught in English

Grants to help you fund your studies and international mobility

Specific training focusing on transversal skills

Topical courses by international experts

4 different Graduate Programme

The future for graduate programme students

At both master’s and doctoral levels, the graduate programmes are designed to train the protagonists and leaders of the academic, socio-economic, industrial and biotechnological worlds of the future.

Master’s students will have the chance to pursue their studies with a doctoral thesis or begin their career directly.

Your international, interdisciplinary and research backgrounds will be strong advantages. Your diploma will include an additional reference to the skills acquired on the graduate programme.

Who belongs to the Graduate Programmes?

Each programme brings master’s and doctoral students together to address its central theme in a highly interdisciplinary environment. The graduate programmes develop their offer by working with the different courses, doctoral schools and research units involved.

Master’s students come from a range of different courses selected because they offer the combined forms of expertise needed to tackle the challenges inherent in the central theme. All students registered on these courses are part of the graduate programmes.

Doctoral students are selected for the links between their research project and the topic being addressed, on a voluntary basis and with the approval of their supervisor. 

Master’s and doctoral students come together to take part in course activities. These are proposed as a way to complement their primary coursework: interdisciplinary events, seminars, etc.






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