The main objectives of these courses are to acquire knowledge in radiobiology and radioprotection implemented in a research or medical institute. The teaching also focuses on human and organizational factors and on the management of specific waste.

The goal is to make the students able to communicate in French in current life, for job interviews and in professional situations (meetings and working reports), and to support their social, cultural and professional integration by a better knowledge of French culture. At the end of the course, students will get a French diploma (TEF, Test d’Evaluation de Français) assessing their language proficiency.

The French-speaking students will choose another language among the following list : German, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese.

The objective of the course is to learn in practice how to set up an experimental methodology in order to solve an engineering or scientific problem. The project gives the students the opportunity to apply the theoretical knowledge acquired in the UV-MGI and ST1, to develop an operational know-how and to get an initiation in research. They will also learn how to present a scientific work both in the oral and writing forms.

The objective is to make the students familiar with the experimental investigation, measurement methods and instrumentation, process operating control and treatment of data. The course emphasises the use of statistical tools for data analysis and elaboration of predictive models. At the end of the course, the students know how to define an experimental methodology, exploit and interpret results to solve an engineering or scientific problem.

The objective of the teaching is to give an overview about the master and the three options which are opened in the second year. This course constitutes the essential knowledge for nuclear engineering. This allows understanding the origin of ionizing radiations at an atomic level and their interaction with matter. Theoretical and practical aspects will be taught. The student will be capable of calculating an activity of a source or the energy deposited by a particles flux in matter. The lectures will be coupled with weekly homework.

The objective is to acquire the methods and practices required to manage a project within a complex and international framework. Different aspects are described: life cycle, reference documents, project contract, team project, supervision, cost control, performance, deadlines and risks management. In addition, the course aims at helping participants to work effectively and to negotiate in intercultural settings, through a better understanding of their own cultural conditioning and awareness of the differences in management and conflict styles throughout the world.

The aim of the module is to illustrate the scientific and technical courses with real industrial examples of operating environmental and energy processes. In addition, professional and experts are invited to give conferences on specific technical or management topics, with reference to their ground experience and practical difficulties or obstacles that might have been encountered.