University Clermont Auvergne
The University of Clermont Auvergne is a university rooted in its territory, multidisciplinary and open to the international scene, born on January 1, 2017 from the merger of the two Clermont universities (University of Auvergne and Blaise Pascal University). With its rich history and diversity, the University of Clermont Auvergne is positioned as a key player in the Auvergne region with regional, national and international influence.
THE PLACE OF NUCLEAR TEACHING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CLERMONT AUVERGNE
The positioning of the nuclear engineering master degree is based on two main fields of training, namely the nuclear industry and medical physics. The educational objectives are twofold: to provide high-level scientific training in the field of radiation physics and to acquire practical experience in the field. This approach, which is recognized by the professionals who hire the students, is a real added value for the training.
Thanks to its nearly 3,300 staff and 43 research entities, UCA is part of a dynamic of excellence in research, an essential pillar for the quality of its training, its legibility, its attractiveness and its innovation dynamic. Humanities and social sciences, cancer research, chemistry-health, technology-health, microbiology and health ecology… UCA’s multidisciplinary nature allows it to promote the dissemination and valorization of scientific culture.
partnership agreements in Europe and around the world