Microbiology and Biological Engineering (MGB)

Person in charge

Olivier Dussurget


Excellent professional training for mastering the microbial world and the engineering of living organisms. This course meets growing needs, as they are at the heart of today’s major challenges in public health, resource management and environmental protection.

The program is open to the business world, with students in initial training (6-month internship) or in work-study programs (Formasup).

In partnership with Université Paris Saclay and AgroParisTech (web site of master MGB)


To train senior managers capable of designing, developing and managing the quality of innovative products, processes and services in the health, agri-food, environmental, cosmetics and chemical sectors.
Prepare for careers in research and development in microbiology and biotechnology.

For whom ?

Bac +4
Holders of : M1 in Life Sciences or equivalent degree in the disciplines covered by the course or professional experience in the field of training


20 students
Initial or continuing education, work-study training, VAE

And after?

Insertion rate: 100%.
Hiring salary at the end of the program: 20-30 k€ net


M1 BMC or M1 in Life Sciences or equivalent diploma in the disciplines covered by the course or professional experience in the field of training.
Good to very good level in microbiology and biotechnologies.
Internship or professional experience required. Confirmed level of French and English.


Targeted skills


  • In-depth knowledge of microbiology and bioengineering
  • Mastery of basic and advanced techniques in microbiology and bioengineering
  • Ability to design and develop products and processes
  • Mastery of the quality approach
  • Mastery of economic and regulatory aspects


  • Mastery of written and oral expression techniques
  • Ability to convince and defend your project
  • Ability to summarize
  • Sense of organization, rigor, method
  • Ability to work in a team or independently
  • Ability to work in English


  • Ability to implement an experimental approach
  • Project management skills
  • Ability to analyze a problem and propose solutions
  • Control of bibliographical resources
  • Mastery of office automation tools