Lille University of Science and Technology - University Lille 1 Faculties and Doctoral College

University Lille 1 Faculties and Doctoral College

University Lille 1 faculties include

  • UFR biology ("SN" buildings as in "sciences naturelles", natural sciences)
  • UFR chemistry
  • UFR geography
  • UFR mathematics
  • UFR physics
  • UFR economy and social sciences
  • UFR earth sciences
  • UFR electronics, electrotechnics, control and computer sciences

In addition to standard science curricula, providing bachelor (licence), master and doctorate degrees, University Lille 1 also includes a number of specialized education and research units run by the university, for undergraduate and graduate students:

  • fr:Institut d'électronique de microélectronique et de nanotechnologie (IEMN) Electronics, micro- & nano-technologies
  • fr:École Polytechnique Universitaire de Lille (Polytech'Lille) Engineering
  • fr:TELECOM Lille 1 Telecommunications
  • fr:IUP fr:MIAGE Information systems for business applications
  • fr:IUP fr:GMI Maths & information theory
  • fr:IUP Bio-technologies & Bio-industries
  • fr:IUP Génie de l’environnement - Environment management
  • Institut d'Aménagement et d'Urbanisme de Lille (IAUL) Urban engineering
  • fr:Institut universitaire de technologie (IUT "A" de Lille). Undergraduate courses in a variety of technologies

University Lille 1 has also its own business management school

  • Institut d'Administration des Entreprises de Lille (IAE)

University Lille 1 participates in the European Doctoral College Lille Nord-Pas de Calais, which produces 400 doctorate dissertations per year.

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