École nationale supérieure de chimie de Lille

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ENSCL - Chimie Lille front building

The École nationale supérieure de chimie de Lille (ENSCL or Chimie Lille) was founded in 1894 as the Institut de chimie de Lille within the Université Lille Nord de France.

It is located on the University campus referred-to as Campus Lille I - USTL.

It delivers engineering and research curricula (masters and doctoral studies) in the following chemistry area :

  • Sustainable Chemistry and processes for next generation chemistry,
  • Formulation Chemistry,
  • Materials science/metallurgy.

Masters and Specialized Mastères (MS)[edit]

Masters degrees are joint program cuuricula with Lille University of Science and Technology faculties and/or École centrale de Lille.

Doctoral studies and Research laboratories[edit]

Research is associated with the Institut des molécules et de la matière condensée de Lille of the Université Lille Nord de France (campus USTL Lille I) and is supported through the following laboratories :

Web site[edit]


Coordinates: 50°36′35″N 3°08′46″E / 50.60972°N 3.14611°E / 50.60972; 3.14611