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Master of Integrative Biology and Physiology


Master’s degree in Integrative Biology and Physiology

This master’s course in integrative biology and physiology covers a broad disciplinary field, extending from the biology of aging to pathophysiology, nutrition, marine bioresources and neurosciences, and encompasses major issues in both fundamental and applied science.

Scientific objectives

This master’s degree aims to train high-level specialists in cutting-edge concepts in the field of integrative biology. It trains students to understand the mechanisms underlying diverse physiological and pathological functions, from the level of the cell to that of the organism, in animals and humans. In addition to transmitting scientific knowledge, it enables students to acquire the transverse, conceptual and methodological skills required for successful integration into the workplace or the pursuit of doctoral studies.

Professional objectives

The training provided in this master’s degree helps to guide students gradually towards the most appropriate path, leading either to direct integration into the workplace at the end of the M2 year (in sectors of activity such as the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and agrofood industries, regulatory agencies and local and regional government), or to further studies (doctoral or complementary training).



This master’s degree is open to individuals wishing to obtain high-level training, either as a continuation of their initial training, or through continuing education.

We recommend that you have a bachelor’s degree in one of the following disciplines for entry to M1:

  • Life sciences
  • Life and earth sciences
  • Health sciences

Access through accreditation of prior and experiential learning (APEL) is possible, subject to acceptance by a competent jury. Further information about this route of entry is available from the continuing education service.

Students in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, engineering school students and veterinary students, and students who have spent the first year of their master’s training in a university not offering these specialties may apply for entry at M2 level. The students accepted are selected on the basis of their application dossier.



From the week beginning May 6 2019, until June 30 2019 : Here


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Postal address for the BIP master’s program:

Sorbonne Université

Faculté de Sciences et Ingénierie

Campus Pierre et Marie Curie

9, quai Saint Bernard - Case courrier 118

75252 Paris Cedex 05

 The secretarial service can be found at:

Campus Pierre et Marie Curie

Building B – 3rd floor - Office 314

 Opening hours:

 8.45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.