The 20 graduate schools in the Federation Gay-Lussac recruit from Baccalaureate to 4th year of studies either by competitive entry or on qualifications.
With a scientific baccalaureate
To enter a graduate school of chemistry and process engineering, you can go to one of the 5 Federation Gay-Lussac CPI (integrated preparatory classes)
After a CPGE
After a CPGE (preparatory classes for the Grandes Ecoles), you can enter a graduate school of chemistry & process engineering by competitive entry
After a Degree, BUT or BTS
Apply to a chemistry graduate school by competitive entry (Concours PASS'Ingénieur) or by considering your qualifications (AST - Admission Sur Titre)
Continuing your studies
Choose between the different openings from your last year of undergraduate studies and continue with a PhD in one of the 120 laboratories of the FGL
Choose your school
The 20 graduate schools of chemistry and process engineering in the Federation Gay-Lussac offer programs which are based on a common core in science, management, project management, sustainable development and languages. Each school offers its own specific teaching program and campus life.More +
Educating chemical engineers for 30 years
The Federation Gay-Lussac exists since 1994 and is the oldest thematic network of science and engeneering graduate schools in France.
It provides the 20 member schools an improved visibility and allows them to pursue concrete actions which is a real asset for the training programs of engeneers.