Université de Bordeaux
Master Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics
The Master Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics (PCCP) prepares students for academic and industrial fields that are related to fundamental physical chemistry. This includes the study of matter and its transformations, analysis and control of physical and chemical processes, applications in environmental sensors and detection systems, nanotechnologies, photonics and organic electronics, modelling of physical and chemical processes from molecular to macroscopic scale. During the second year, international mobility is mandatory. An annual summer school and workshop, organized by consortium partners, complete the students’ training. The PCCP program prepares students to pursue doctoral studies or to work as scientists / R&D engineers within the industrial field.
Bachelor degree of Science in Physical-Chemistry, Chemistry, Physics or an equivalent degree
French/English (1st year) and English (2nd year)
application + interview
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles
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- Dr Cédric CRESPOS - PCCP Program Coordinator
- Théo BEIGBEDER - PCCP student
Your site says only some classes in year one are taught in English. Is French required to apply to this master?
How many students do you accept into this program?
What are the qualifications and qualities you are looking for in students?
What is the procedure to follow to qualify and apply for the double degree with the University of San Francisco in Quito?
Hi Theo. Why did you choose this program specifically and what are your professional plans?
Is the University Bordeaux internationally known and referenced for research in physical chemistry and chemical physics?
What concrete assignments are we given beyond numerical equations? Lab work?
What employment opportunities are available to graduates of this program?
What scholarships do you offer international students?