The Bachelor Biotech Engineering diploma (according to the CTI Notice n° 2020/11-4) allows the training of highly qualified technicians conferring the degree of Bachelor for the needs of the industrial sectors in biotechnology.
The Bachelor Biotech Engineering corresponds to a diploma allowing three possible courses: industrial production, methods & prevention and diagnosis & bioinformatics. The training will consist of 4 common academic semesters and 2 semesters (16+24 weeks) of internships in companies. The first year includes a common base of methodological, scientific and technical knowledge and a specialization according to the courses in the second and third years.
Do you want to join the Bachelor Biotech Engineering, without losing a year ? You can apply now on our platform, free of charge. You must have obtained your General Bac in June 2021 with 2 scientific specialities (Maths, Physics-Chemistry, SVT, NSI or SI) or an STL Bac in June 2021, or an S Bac in June 2020. 20 places are open this year. Do not hesitate to fill in your application form by following the link Postponed start application
The teaching methodology will be based on the technical platform of the EBI; its laboratories include state-of-the-art equipment: molecular biology, cell culture, microbiology, formulation, production, analytical and process pilots. This practical approach will allow to handle and master the whole equipment with an integration of the various approaches of optimization, quality and risk management.
Scientific and technical knowledge in bioprocesses, diagnosis, prevention, quality management with an organizational, regulatory and data analysis dimension. This multidisciplinary approach will be the basis of this training in coherence with the three proposed courses.
The training is oriented towards a perfect mastery of the scientific and technical bases, of the critical parameters of the production/diagnostic systems by integrating at the same time the approaches of quality, risk management, qualitative and quantitative characterization methods. This approach is entirely supported by an active pedagogy where the student is the actor of his learning: project and problem-based learning (PBL).