Materials Science and Engineering
80 graduates per year
General engineers whose skills range from the design to the manufacturing of products developed in high-tech industries. These industries work in the fields of sophisticated materials (semi-conductors, metals and alloys, polymers, composites, ceramics) and components for micro and nanotechnology.
The Materials Science and Engineering engineer can work in research and development, design, production, quality, and in a wide variety of industries such as the electronic components industry, petrochemicals, steel, automotive industry, aerospace, construction, energy, packaging, biomedical, cosmetics...
Final year options:
Semi-conductors, Components and Micro- and Nanotechnologies; Polymers and Manufacturing Processes, Materials Structure and Durability.