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Graduate Exchange Programs

Come join Sup’Biotech’s International Class and study at France’s leading private Biotechnology education institution.

Sup’Biotech’s Teaching Methods

Sup’Biotech’s curriculum is a multidisciplinary balance between science and engineering coursework (lectures, practical laboratory work and projects), management skills, industrial know-how and knowledge of both domestic and international biotechnology markets.

Program

It focuses on the professionalization of the students to insure that they are ready for the labor market as soon as they graduate.

The list of courses may be modified during the semester

Biological Engineering


Application of micro and nanodevices to the fields of biology, medicine and biotechnology.

Developing the students’ sensitivity towards the physico-chemical laws and interactions regulating the structure of proteins and peptides. To develop the students’ sensitivity to allow them to select the best target for a molecular modification.

Dispensing to the students the multidisciplinary fundamental scientific teachings but also the necessary scientific methods to assure eventually the direction of a packaging project
Acquire the theoretical and practical control of the management of the processes adapted to the packaging jobs.

Learning about new concepts, new laws, news devices and techniques coming from microelectronics. R&D and their application to the field of biology, medicine and biotechnology.


Engineering Sciences


Learning about laws ruling continuous and droplet based microfluidics and recent applications to the field of biology/medicine/biotechnology.

Knowing the high-speed testing strategies (experimental and virtual) in chemistry and biology, infrastructure, devices and applications in the fields of drug discovery, fine chemicals, and chemical biology.

Being able to integrate the question of “Responsibility” in term of conception of product and process, using biological raw materials.

In a data driven world, traditional charts and usual means of visualization are now out of fashion. Data is the new soil and the the new oil. Professionals are being required to support their case and make data-driven decisions. Non-IT professionals must now more than ever being able to produce and comprehend clear insights from wide datasets and communicate results effectively.

In a data driven world, non-IT professionals are overwhelmed with data though constantly looking for structured insights and knowledge. They are then asked to contribute to software development project, from inception phase, requirements elicitation up to data model design and even data management process definition. They are challenged beyond Microsoft Excel and simple end-users means of data management. Students must be able to address such data issues.

Completing the initiation to Biostatistics using a practical and illustrated approach of typical data analysis problem in Biotechnology.

Bringing a global vision of recent developments in industrial biotechnologies with a focus on energy, chemistry and agro-industries. Highlighting recent industrial realizations selected in different regions (Europe, North America, Asia) and from different typologies of industries (startup companies to large multinationals).

Managing an innovative project linked to biotechnological issues. Being able to follow its proof of concept after Biotech4


Management


Understanding the science of manipulation based on the scientific publications. Learn one new tool in competitive intelligence, the strategic chess and two new methods to gather information. The first is applied on trade shows, and the second on online influence operations.

This course is designed to develop an understanding of the good practices and issues found when working in a group setting in a global environment.

Focusing on some specific knowledge to better understand the big environmental issues, bringing up to date information and data to follow the evolutions, building a personal and critical opinion

French-taught class : Connaitre les fondamentaux du droit du travail. Etre averti lors de son intégration en entreprise mais aussi veiller au respect de la loi lorsqu’il évoluera vers des fonctions d’encadrement.

Familiarizing with a comprehension of the general environment of corporate financing. Focusing on private equity as it is one of the main financing sources for unquoted companies, and the creation and first steps of IT companies.



Electives


  • Applied Transversal Project
  • Integrative Biology
  • Advanced Genomics
  • Molecular Modelisation
  • Virology
  • Animal testing – Ethic & Regulation
  • Applied Transversal Project
  • Quality
  • Industrial fiability / Risk Management
  • cGMPs & Six Sigma
  • Lean Management
  • Pricing
  • Advanced Marketing BtoB
  • International Marketing
  • Packaging / Sales Force
  • Strategy


Options


  • Angiogenesis
  • Genic Therapy
  • Neurobiology
  • Molecular Innovation
  • Food Preservation & Tracability
  • Quality Control
  • Practical Work
  • Reconstituted Skin
  • Quality Control
  • Sensorial Analysis
  • Practical Work
  • Risk Management
  • Pollution – Bioremediation
  • Practical Work
  • Gene Expression
  • Molecular Modelisation
  • Molecular dynamics
  • Metabolic Pathways
  • Market Study
  • Economic Models
  • Finance
  • Communication Pitch

Fundamental Learning & Entrepreneurship


Mastering communication techniques to be understood more quickly, without misinterpretation

The overall objective of the course is to fully grasp the existence and impact of cultural differences through discussion guides based on the main theoretical tools as well as many examples. The purpose of this training is to open students’ mind to embrace differences between cultures and to teach them not to judge each other by their own cultural rules, but rather to try to understand and to develop an attitude of tolerance. It is an excellent introduction to intercultural communication for any person required to grow professionally abroad.

Understanding the science of manipulation based on the scientific publications. Learning one new tool in competitive intelligence, the strategic chess and two new methods to gather information. The first is applied on trade shows, and the second on online influence operations.

Legal awareness, understanding legal text and court decisions, acquisition of basic knowledge concerning the right to privacy.

Giving students an overview of the business strategy and to provide relevant reflection methodology to identify the key factors affecting the development of the company 

Master the legal bases of Industrial Property

Learning project management by working on case studies.


Biological Engineering


Understanding the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. Identifying the drugs’ mechanisms of action.

Understanding the toxicants’ mechanisms of action. Knowing how to assess toxicology today.

The main objective of this course is to give the current models of synthetic and cellular membranes, applied to biotechnologies like in drug delivery.

Understanding: the definition of medications and medical devices, their environment, the product life-cycle from development to commercialization, including registration and market-access. Introduction to the stakeholders of the Healthcare industry, their business-models, their challenges & opportunities and business-development strategies.

Application of genetic engineering concepts acquired during the first cycle


Engineering Sciences


Being able to choose for a given analysis the best technique on the basis of cost, information needed, precision required, number of samples to analyze, amount of sample, potential interferences to the measures, etc.

This course gives students a general and qualitative view of fluid dynamics. After a general description, the focus is put on microfluidics situations which are relevant for flows of biological fluids.

The aims of the course is to give skills to student to call the best engineering skills or principles to solve a problem, considering the technical, economical and project management aspects of a sustainable solution.

Training students in the analysis of complex molecular structures, their decomposition into simple structures and the assembly of these structures

This course provides students with an overview of existing computational techniques, to validate, simulate, predict and analyze protein structures. More importantly, it should provide practical knowledge about how and when to use such techniques.

Training in statistics through a comprehensive practical and illustrated experiential learning and practice of statistics in biomedicine

The objective of the module is to teach our students to analyze and design processes and to provide them a solid foundation in basic engineering principles, while allowing specialization in environmental engineering, biochemical/biomedical engineering, food engineering, process control, etc.

Data is the new soil. Research and marketing and operations are constantly challenged and transformed by data driven discovery and machine learning-based prediction. Skills required to lead and conduct data analytics at a massive and complex levels - scalable data management on and off the cloud, data modelling, statistical modelling, data mining algorithms, tools proficiency – span a wide range of theoretical and technological disciplines. Students have to be able to be part of and contribute to this data revolution.

Managing in team an innovative project linked to biotechnological issues.
Being able to bring a proof of concept of the project


Electives


  • Applied Transversal Project
  • Stem Cells
  • Genomics
  • Legislation
  • Human Genetics
  • Applied Transversal Project
  • Industrial Organisation & Logistics
  • Quality & GMPs
  • Industrial Transposition (scale-up)
  • Applied Transversal Project
  • Marketing BtoC / Finance
  • Marketing BtoB
  • Marketing & Innovation
  • Selling Technics

Options


  • AN/Drugs interactions
  • Medicinal Chemistry
  • Molecules to Drugs
  • Clinical Development
  • Food Innovation
  • Food Microbiology & Raw Materials
  • Nutrition
  • Practical work
  • “Introduction to Cosmetics
  • Raw Materials
  • Regulations
  • Practical work
  • Soil & Water Microbiology
  • Environmental Management
  • Waste Treatment
  • Marine Ecology
  • Gene Expression
  • Molecular Modelling
  • Molecular dynamics
  • Metabolic Pathways
  • Market Study
  • Economic Models
  • Introduction to Finance, Strategy, Business Angels
  • Communication Pitch

The list of courses may be modified during the semester.



INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS COORDINATOR

Déborah Feder

Déborah
Feder (Ms.)

International Relations Coordinator
Incoming Mobility
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