Students that obtained the master are skilled in modelling, chemistry, physical chemistry, drug design and computing.
Students will find job opportunities in several branch of industry: in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry, as molecular modelling specialists, chemical or virtual screening databases designer, or chemical databases analysts. They can also fit in the software industry as programmers or analysts. They will also be able to find opportunities in high-technologies ventures or in the industrial software sector (creation and distribution of software for chemistry, management or processes control software, software for scientific equipment, ...)
Master graduate students from Chemoinformatics tracks can join a PhD program. They are automatically enrolled into the Doctoral School of the University of Strasbourg and are eligible for a doctoral position granted by the French Ministry of Research.
File of the Répertoire National des Certifications Professionnelles (RNCP) (in french)
Temporary file of the new habilitation (in french):
The Master Chemoinformatics has a dedicated group on the site LinkedIn®.
This group is a place to talk with alumni and to stay inform about job opportunities.