The Graduate School Soft Nano is fully appropriate to students having completed a 4-years Bachelor's of science or engineering in physics, physico-chemistry, mechanics, chemical engineering. Three-year's Bachelors who have excellent academic results can also be admitted to the GS Soft Nano.
Admission to the Graduate School  Soft Nano requires:
- the academic admission in a M1 major (M1 Applied Mechanics, M1 Nanochemistry, M1 Soft Matter and Biophysics, Phelma Biomedical Engineering 2nd y. )
- a favorable advice of the program admission commission
- the admission in a research team of the program.

Application and admission process

In order to apply to the Grad School Soft Nano you need

1. to file an application at UGA in one of the 1st year master majors "Soft Matter and Biophysics", "Nanochemistry" or "Applied Mechanics", via the ECandidat or the Etudes en France platform depending on your current situation, see "How to Apply". If you are already admitted to Phelma Biomedical Engineering, you do not need to fulfill this step.

2. to  file an application to the Graduate School UGA in Soft Nanosciences here.
You will have to provide  a statement of interest in joining the Grad School Soft Nano, and to upload the official admission letter in one of the 1st years major listed above.

3. to find a research supervisor and host research team under the guidance of the Head of the Soft Nanosciences program of the Graduate School.  You can consult for further information the internship offers. Admission to the Grad School Soft Nano program will be completed only after admission in a research laboratory.