ENSCL offers an International Undergraduate Programme (CHEMISTRY INTERNATIONAL STUDIES) which allows both French and international students with science A-levels to enter one of the 20 Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Schools in the Gay-Lussac Federation (FGL) without sitting the entry exam.
The selection of a candidate is based on a thorough review of their application. The program lasts 2 years (semesters S1-S4). The courses are taught in Lille, Rennes, Strasbourg, Pau or Clermont-Ferrand. This preparatory program has been designed to host students having completed their secondary schooling within the last year, issued from France or abroad.
A minimum of French proficiency is necessary to follow the courses in the program.
This specific two-year program includes a high level of scientific training enhanced by courses dealing with international economics and culture.
Upon completion of the two years in the CHEM.I.ST. programme, the students who have fulfilled the examination requirements will be directly admitted to one of the 20 Schools of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, all members of the Gay -Lussac Federation in order to pursue the French Diplôme d’Ingénieur, graduate degree, as well as a Master’s degree in chemistry and chemical engineering.
THE CHEM.I.ST. PROGRAMME IS ALSO :
• The dedicated training of students in small groups led by tutors.
• French as a Foreign Language.
• An opening into business thanks to a one-month industrial internship at the end of the first year.
• An optional third language : Japanese
Registrations are open from 22th of January to the 14th of march 2019. In order to understand the application procedure, we highly recommend that you read the applicant’s guideline available in "parcoursup".
The CPI International (CHEM.I.ST) application procedure is the same for all foreign students :
• The possibility to rank the CPI centres by order of preference
• One file for all the schools
• Application Fees (95 €)
• An interview by phone or through skype
• One schedule with the 5 CPI centres