Plant biomass is a source of energy, materials and chemical products whose vast and renewable potential is paving the way to an oil-free future. In a biorefinery operation, components from biomass can be extracted, isolated and modified to produce gaseous or liquid fuels as well as specialty and commodity chemicals. The latter may in turn be converted into biomaterials.
Based on scientific expertise of Grenoble INP-Pagora coming from its innovative research in the conversion of plant biomass components and strong links with industry, the Post Master Degree covers the entire chain from biorefinery to the production of bioenergy, bioproducts and biomaterials. This whole chain is today considered as the most exciting and efficient move towards a sustainable society and a provider of new job opportunities.
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Completed Master of Engineering, Master of Science or equivalent.
B2 level in English language (all courses are given in English).
Acceptance by the admission committee, based on academic record and motivation.
The 30 ECTS academic courses can be taken for free as part of a full master programme on the basis of students exchanges with partner universities. They do not qualify for graduation.