Objective: increasing the expertise of the new generation of researchers through the international opening-up of doctoral studies.
Being one of the most emblematic university degrees, the Doctorate closely combines academic education and high-level research. With the objective of strengthening close international collaborations and increasing the expertise of the new generation of researchers, the Initiative of Excellence of the university of Bordeaux actively promotes the internationalization of doctoral studies, through the International Doctorate Program. The program is open to the doctoral schools of the University of Bordeaux and provides supports to internationalization projects for the benefit of promising doctoral students.
ACTION 1 : Jointly supervised doctoral projects with targeted partners
This call is open to qualified thesis supervisors belonging to one of the doctoral schools of the University of Bordeaux wishing to submit a thesis proposal in the framework of an international collaboration (double-degree or co-supervision) with one of the targeted partners.
ACTION 2 : Outgoing mobility for Bordeaux doctoral students
This call is open to doctoral students belonging to one of the doctoral schools of the University of Bordeaux wishing to conduct an international mobility project in a university abroad in the framework of their doctorate.
Graduate Research School
Tel : 05 40 00 24 65
List of laureates
- List of 2018 Doctoral campaign' laureates
- List of 2018 Mobility' laureates
- List of 2017 Doctoral campaign' laureates
- List of 2017 Mobility' laureates
- List of 2016 Doctoral campaign' laureates
- List of 2016 Mobility' laureates
- List of 2015 Doctoral campaign' laureates
- List of 2015 Mobility' laureates
- List of 2014 Doctoral campaign' laureates
- List of 2014 Mobility' laureates
- List of 2013 Doctoral campaign' laureates
- List of 2012 Doctoral campaign' laureates
projects have been supported through the program already
|1 PhD student out of 3 is international|
|91 international academic partners||Out of the doctoral contracts, 60% lead to the award of a double degree (cotutelle)|
On a purely scientific level, this exchange has increased the scope of my technical skills and enabled me to investigate an in vivo aspect of my project. […] Moreover, this joint supervision gave me the opportunity to create links with the University of Bordeaux and the MIT. […] On a more personal level, having been able to benefit from the exceptional environment of the MIT campus is clearly an asset for my young scientist’s career.
Doctoral student, International Doctorate Campaign 2012, under the leadership of Laurent Groc, Institut Interdisciplinaire de Neurosciences