On this page you will find the most frequently asked questions about the Graduate Programmes.

The prerequisites for joining one of the master’s courses depend on the specific course. You will find more information on the dedicated pages for each course on the University of Lille website.

Students applying for one of the master’s courses (M1 or M2) can also apply for study and welcome grants. M1 students already registered on one of the courses can  also apply for a study grant if they wish to move on to the second year.

This will depend on the individual master’s course. Students are invited to contact the head of the programme for more information. The academic year also includes lectures, practicals and one or more traineeships (3 to 6 months).

A fast track towards PhD level based on early detection and the selection of master’s students willing and able to pursue research is available in each graduate programme.

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

Each year the graduate programmes issue calls for mobility grant applications.

You can apply if:

  • you are registered a master’s course that falls under one of the 4 graduate programmes

  • and plan to do a traineeship abroad

  • you are a PhD student on the graduate programme and would like to organise a research trip abroad as part of your thesis (not including conferences) 

Minimum duration of mobility trip: 2 weeks

You will find more information in the dedicated sections: Scolarships

According to the national student union in France, in 2019 students based in Lille had average living costs of just under €900, with average monthly rent of €495. Students may be eligible for certain social benefits (CROUS, CAF).