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Master Programs  /  Master Programs 2020-2021
publié le 18 octobre 2019

Applying to Master Programs at UPPA, France

The application process for the 2020-2021 Master programs is now open.

All Master programs start from September 2020:  

      M2 "Chemistry and Physico-Chemistry of Materials"(CPCM)

      M2 "Industry 4.0"

      M2 "Mathematics and applications Mathematics, Modeling and Simulation" (MMS)

●     M2 "Mechanics and Physics in Porous Media" (MPPM)

      ●     Master "European and International Business Studies" (EIBS)

     ●     Master Bio-Inspired Materials (BIM)

       Please read through our application process including covid-19 related FAQ before sending any inquires or questions.

FAQ - E2S UPPA Master Programs admission


A) Admission requirements:

UPPA Master programs have a limited capacity and are therefore selective.

     A 4-year university level in the field of science relevant to your selected program.

     Fluency in English

B) Application process:

1. Complete your application on this platform

2. Your application is examined by the jury of the Master.

3. You are informed of the jury’s answer by email (sent to the email address indicated in your application).

C) Application instructions:

A complete application for admission must include:

  • A cover letter stating your full name and the Master Program(s) to which you are applying
  • A curriculum vitae
  • A transcript of records including student ranking. If ranking is not available, a GPA score can be provided.

    If you have not yet completed your degree, you will need to request a transcript that is current at the time of applying. Admitted students will be required to provide official copies prior to the beginning of the program.

    • A letter of reference from the supervisor of the program you are currently attending or from your latest academic supervisor, as well as any additional recommendation  (academic or professional, if applicable)
    • An English proficiency certificate, unless English is your native language, or you have completed higher studies in English. Your English will also be assessed during the admission process.
    Make sure your documents are officially issued and authenticated.

    For more practical information contact our Welcome desk staff.