Master Biologie

Master Biologie

Parcours Immunology Microbiology Infectious Diseases (IMID)

Présentation et objectifs

Scientific and professional objectives of the "Immunology – Microbiology-Infectious Diseases" (IMID) Master program

The objectives of the 2 year "Immunology – Microbiology-Infectious Diseases" (IMID) Master program are to train the enrolled students in the complementary fields of Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, complemented by knowledges in Health Technologies; to train the enrolled students in developing a research project (writing up the proposal, undertaking the project by complementary experimental approaches, reporting the obtained results both orally and as a scientific article);to introduce the enrolled students to their future professional environment, in particular by a long training period (6 months) in a research laboratory.

At the end of this 2 year Master program, the students should be able to undertake a PhD program in the fields of Immunology, Microbiology or Infectious Diseases, or become an engineer in one of the aforementioned fields.

The first year of the IMID Master program (“Molecular and Cellular Biology” program) is meant to complete the general scientific background of the enrolled students in various fields of Biology (Cell Biology, Genetics and Biochemistry) (first semester of the Master 1 program); introduce the students to their specific Master 2 program by offering them specialized courses (second semester of the Master 1 program); introduce the students to a research project, from its conception to its experimental undertaking and up to the report of the obtained results by an oral presentation as well as a written report (module of 18 ECTS during the first semester of the Master 1 program; internship of 2 months in a research laboratory or in a R&D laboratory from a private company); allow the students to develop their written and oral skills for the search of internships and/or jobs as well as for the presentation of research projects and experimental results (mandatory modules of 3 ECTS - “Communication tools” - and 18 ECTS during the first semester of the Master 1 program, 2 month internship during the second semester).



Dimension internationale :

Formation tournée vers l’international




Conditions d’admission

 Admission requirements :

- to the second year of the Master's degree in Biology: to be eligible to apply, you should have completed (or you should be enrolled in) a first year of a Master’s degree  in Sciences i.e. you should have validated 60 ETCS of a Master’s degree in Sciences by the end of your current academic year.

Candidates from a foreign University, please see the admission requirements on the following website:

An interview will be proposed to the applicants to the first or second year of the Master’s degree in order to test their motivation.

Public formation continue :

Continuous education:
Students fall under the continuous education scheme if they:
- go back to studies after an interruption of two years or more,
- did follow a continuous education programme during one of the two previous years,
- are employees, independent entrepreneurs or registered as job seekers.

In case you do not have the required diploma, you might initiate the accreditation of personal and professional experience (VAPP).



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du 2 mai 2017 au 28 mai 2017 inclus


Et après ?

Et après ?

Poursuite d'études

The students graduating from the “Immunology, Microbiology, and Infectious Diseases” (IMID) Master program should be able to undertake a PhD research project in the fields of Immunology, Microbiology and/or Infectious Diseases.

Consecutively to their PhD, the young researchers undertake one or two post-doctoral trainings of 2-3 years each, usually in foreign countries, in order to diversify their expertise.

They can then apply to permanent positions as

- full time researchers at the national French organizations of research (“CNRS”, “INSERM”, “INRA”, “IRD”, etc);

- project managers in R&D laboratories from private biotech companies;

- part time researchers, part time teachers in French or foreign universities.

Secteurs d'activité

Graduating from a Master degree in “Immunology – Microbiology – Infectious Diseases” leads to a career as a research engineer in academic or private laboratories.