School of engineering in Physics, Applied Physics, Electronics & Materials
|Degree awarded : Master||Location : GRENOBLE||
Available as :
|Graduation year : Bac + 5|
|Graduation level : Level I|
|Duration : 3 years (6 semesters)|
The Master's Degree in Micro and Nanotechnologies for Integrated Systems is a versatile degree course, given primarily in English and dedicated to micro and nanotechnology, such that subsequent integration into the world of industry will be facilitated, at national or international level. It relies on the complementary skills of three leading European universities, in training and research in the sphere of micro and nanotechnology.
Microelectronic products, omnipresent in our daily lives, can still undergo even more sophisticated miniaturisation. This miniaturisation is carried out using expertise in micrometric and nanometric technology. The objective of this degree course is to produce engineers with a wide range of knowledge in this discipline, which is overflowing with applications in almost all sectors of the world economy.
Grenoble INP, Politecnico di Torino and Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale Lausanne, have set up a joint « Master's Degree in Micro and Nanotechnology for Integrated Systems ».
To be admitted into Year 1 (at two years of post-secondary study), students must have completed two years of preparatory courses (science-track or Institute of Technology common preparatory program) or have earned an undergraduate degree from a university (in France, mainly DUT or L2).
The first year leads to the Bachelor in Engineering Sciences and is made by one of the two entry points below:
This is a large project held in France, Switzerland , Italy or another country, on a subject chosen by the student and validated in December (before the end of the 3rd semester) by the heads of the three institutions.
This full time placement will be carried out in a company or a research laboratory. It will last for a minimum of 5months. The evaluation of this work placement will be carried out by means of a work progress report, one month after the start of the project, a final report and two vivas (one known as pre-viva and the other, final viva). These two vivas bring together the teachers in charge of the work placement, the tutor and the work placement supervisor.
The report and the viva will be in English , but a written summary and an oral summary must be done in Italian and French.
Each semester is worth 30 ECTS credits, spread out over the different courses completed. Students must obtain a grade of at least 10/20 in each course to obtain the credits.
Students in this major benefit from many agreements between Grenoble Institute of Technology and partners around the globe in the form of exchange programs, dual-degree programs, internships, and more.
Visit the International section of Grenoble INP website
Date of update November 19, 2018