This major of the EBI Master’s in biology allows students to acquire the skills needed to formulate consumer products in the laboratory: mixing reagents and molecules, assessing appearance, fragrance, colour, texture and taste. The goal is to create a product that is both useful and enjoyable for the consumer.
During these two semesters, the student-engineers will learn to :
Student engineers take 3 courses in their major in addition to the language courses
Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic, French, TOEFL/IELTS
Team project course
To enhance their experience and skills, Biology majors may freely choose 4-10 elective courses from other majors or from the following free minor programs:
The objective of this minor is to improve the readability of the galenic development process and to place it in the overall drug development schedule.
It also sheds light on the various formulation techniques used, particularly solid forms, by addressing granulation, compression and coating through lectures and practical work.
During their master's degree in biology, from the 4th to the 5th year, the engineering students are challenged through high value-added internships, contributing to change in the company. Depending on the company's needs, the end-of-studies engineering internship can be integrated into a professionalization contract of up to 9 months.
Students travel the world through their international internship for a period of 2 to 6 months.
After graduating from EBI, young engineers have several options: enter the professional world or continue their studies.
They can go on to a doctorate, complete their profile by following a postgraduate course in a business or engineering school, or follow the "Patent and Industrial Property" course.
- Research and Product Development Engineer
- Sensory engineer
- Packaging Engineer
It ensures the design of new products or the improvement of existing products in the laboratory. As a support for innovation, it keeps a technological and competitive watch in order to be always in phase with the market. Its know-how combining user needs and constraints
techniques allows him to propose new concepts. It defines the parameters to be studied and the
different methods of analysis of new formulas with the teams he supervises. It is present until the industrialization phase. His main contacts are the marketing teams, the project manager, the engineers at the production sites and those responsible for efficiency and safety studies.
At the end of their specialization, the EBI engineering students who have validated all the required criteria, obtain the engineering diploma of the School of Industrial Biology, accredited by the CTI, Master's degree and recognized by the State.
In the Design and Development major, what I appreciate the most is to concretize the knowledge obtained during the years in the integrated biology preparatory cycle in order to apply it in the engineering cycle. Many projects help to anticipate what is expected in a company, but also to work in groups on what is really important. Being able to choose minors from other majors also helps to develop curiosity and learn more.