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Graduate Programs: Research right from the Master's level

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The University of Bordeaux's Graduate Programs combine training and research around theme-based specialities. Acquire international scientific expertise while working towards your Master's degree or your PhD.

What is a Graduate Program?

Inspired by the graduate schools of major international universities, and completely new to the French university landscape, the Graduate Programs provide outstanding courses, from Master's to PhD level, supported by the University of Bordeaux's scientific community.

Research will play a major role in your training within the university's laboratories and those of its international partners, and as soon as you begin your Master's degree, you will be working on your career objectives whether in research (academic or industrial), the private sector or entrepreneurship.

You will find the different programs below, with:

  • the Master's degrees and PhD specialities concerned
  • the application and admission requirements, for a Master's or a PhD
  • the funding options available to finance your studies within a Graduate Program
  • the international mobility programs reserved for members of Graduate Programs

Why join a Graduate Program?

  • A research path from the Master's onwards
  • Adaptative, innovative and collaborative training
  • Aid for international mobility projects and research placements abroad
  • Joining an international, multidisciplinary scientific community, with local supervision
  • A high rate of professional integration

Some key figures of the Graduate Programs

The Graduate Programs