Designed to meet the challenges of processing biomass for use as an alternative fuel, the Master’s degree in Chemistry - option Sustainable Industrial Processes - with a focus on Catalysis and Processes - is offered by the Université de Lille and is co-accredited by the École Centrale de Lille and IFP School.
The degree (in French) aims to:
give students a solid theoretical knowledge together with practical know-how in the fields of catalysis, kinetics and processes
prepare them to be rapidly operational in an industrial research team, enabling many of them to continue their studies with a Ph.D. thesis.
For more information
- Apply on the Université Lille and Centrale Lille's websites (in French only).
A student in the Catalysis and Processes Master's program (class of 2023)
This Master's degree was very promising because it enabled me to deepen my knowledge and discover new facets of chemical engineering through these two aspects: the catalysis one, where I acquired a solid theoretical base and practical knowledge in homogeneous, heterogeneous and enzymatic catalysis and in the synthesis and shaping of catalysts; and the process aspect, with a rich program focusing on reaction kinetics and reactors, the thermodynamics of equilibria and process simulation.
Sabah El Mohammad
A graduate of the Catalysis and Processes Master's program (class of 2019)
"The training covers many of the topics that a process engineer will need during his/her professional career."
Abdoul Fattah Kiemde
Student in the Catalysis and Processes Master's program (class of 2021)
"This program benefits from strong ties with industrial companies that are leaders in their field and with renowned research centers ."