Master Biologie

Master Biologie

Parcours Microbiology, infectious diseases and immunology 2e année

Présentation et objectifs

The first year of the MIDI master program entitled Molecular and cellular biology is meant to complete the general scientific background of the enrolled students in various fields of Biology (cell biology, genetics and biochemistry) during the first semester. The second semester is devoted to introduce the students to their specific master 2nd year's program by offering them specialized courses. For MIDI, the students will have at their disposal one UE for Immunology, one for microbiology, and one for Infectious diseases.

During this first year, the students will 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 months internship during the second semester). The second year, first semester, of MIDI master program comprises 4 specific and integrated UEs that goes from microbiology to infectious diseases, to immunity against cancers and infectious diseases to end with pathology and immunology. During this second year, enrolled students will have the opportunity to further improve their written and oral presentation skills. The second semester is fully devoted to an internship.



Dimension internationale :

Formation tournée vers l’international




Condition d'accès

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.

Public continuing education : You are in charge of continuing education :
• if you resume your studies after 2 years of interruption of studies
• or if you followed training under the continuous training regime one of the previous 2 years
• or if you are an employee, job seeker, self-employed

If you do not have the diploma required to integrate the training, you can undertake a validation of personal and professional achievements (VAPP).


Candidates from a foreign university : see more information here

  • 3 sessions to apply:
  • From 1 to 24 March included
  • From 27 March to 14 April Included
  • From 24 April to 12 May included

Droits de scolarité

UGA registration fees : 243 € + 95€ CVEC

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.