National Graduate School of Engineering Chemistry of Lille, France

The École Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Lille (ENSCL) was founded in 1894. It delivers programmes in sustainable chemistry, formulation chemistry and materials science/metallurgy.

Lille is a city in the north of France, situated in French Flanders. Lille has has an attractive old-town, three renowned art museums and a student-driven nightlife scene. Its location and transport links connect Lille conveniently to Paris, Brussels and London. The population is roughly 226,000 with a metropolitan area of just over one million.

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Estimated number of places

1-3 full-year places or 2-6 semester places for each subject

Available Subject Areas

  • Chemistry

Key facts

  • Language of Teaching: mostly French, some English
  • Grading system: 20-0
  • Entry Requirements: not applicable
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