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M2 Registration

In the second year, the Master Functional Biology & Ecology allows first-year students from masters in biology and/or ecology of the universities of Toulouse and Perpignan to join its degree course. The selected students will receive a bonus from the TULIP Graduate School during their internship (6 months duration).

To apply to the second year of the Master’s degree, please send your application before April 1st, 2022 by email, as a « PDF document » in English, to the teaching assistants Claire Mendoza & Clémence Grosnit and also to Jean-Philippe Galaud

Please indicate in your message: last name, first name, e-mail address, home University, country of origin, level of study (last diploma):

  • Curriculum vitae (2 pages maximum)
  • A cover letter: a motivation letter describing your skills and knowledge in relation to the Master degree, your research interests and  (2 pages maximum)
  • University results since high school: undergraduate (bachelor) and postgraduate (master first year) (non-European credits system) or licence and master1 (European credits system) academic marks, grades and distinctions from your home university (in French or English)
  • A description of previously followed university courses that supports the candidacy: a short description of key courses attended by the candidate in previous university programs in order to evaluate the nature and level of acquired knowledge relevant for this program (in French or English)
  • A recommendation letter from a past internship supervisor or an academic faculty member
  • Results of English proficiency test for non-native English candidates (interview, TOEIC > 750 or TOEFL iBT > 85 or IELTS > 6.5)

The admission results will be sent over the course of May.

Note: the current M1 students in Functional Biology & Ecology are not concerned by this procedure

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