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Training

 
  • Nano-Phot offers a coordinated 5-year training program and promotes interactions between students in Master and PhD degrees. 
 
  • New learning paths and training programs are structured by the scientific themes and by promoting international mobility and multilingual training environments and activities. 
 
  • The Nano-Phot program is divided into lectures, exercises, practical and projects and all of them are taught in English, and awarded by ECTS credits.
 

The Graduate School program is divided in ten semesters (S1 to S10), corresponding to the Master (2 years) and PhD (3 years) programs. Each semester of the Master program will gather interdisciplinary and specialized/tailored courses, as well as research projects and soft skills (foreign languages, management...). The PhD program automatically includes the participation to research seminars (Summer and Winter schools) organised by the involved research teams, where international researchers are invited.






 


 
Graduate School program
Graduate School program

Master Program

The Master program is divided in four semesters (S1 to S4) corresponding to the first and second year of the Graduate School (M1 and M2 respectively).
The first semester (S1) takes place in Reims, whereas S2 and S3 are located in Troyes. The fourth semester is dedicated to the Master internship.

Graduate School program

PhD Program

The principle of a customizable education and training program “à la carte” in scientific and technical and professional integration is preserved in the graduate school and includes active participation in several scientific seminars.
The Doctoral School of UTT, called Science for the engineer (SI), offers training for PhD students, most of which is shared with 3 doctoral schools in URCA (SFS, SNI and, to a lesser extent, ABIES).
The Doctoral School of the UTT trains in 3 thematic fields: (i) Materials, Mechanics, Optics, Nanotechnology (M2ON) particularly concerned by the EUR, (ii) Optimization and safety of the systems (OSS), and (iii) Sociotechnical systems (SST).
The Doctoral School SI opens its research to the basic sciences as well as to technological applications in cooperation with the socio-economic world. SI offers a balanced training complementing scientific and technical education and training programme with professional integration. 

PhD program
PhD program

UTT and the 3 involved URCA doctoral schools propose common programs specific to the students of the GS. Moreover, SFS, SNI and ABIES are expected to propose specific courses (e.g. in health, environment, applied mathematics,) that could be taken by GS students depending of their needs in the context of their PhD thesis.