Phd in France website

Raman-Charpak Fellowship

March 2014 Newsletter



 

Phd in France Website

The Embassy of France in India and CampusFrance India are pleased to announce the launch of the website www.phdinfrance.net
France is the third most popular country in the world among foreign students: each year out of the 10,000 students getting their PhD certificates in France, 40% are foreigners.
The PhD positions are scattered among the various laboratories and it is difficult to find them.
This site aggregates the offers of the laboratories and universities in France. It helps in making research simple for the Indian students (as well as for all Anglophone students) wishing to pursue a PhD in France.
  For the majority of the scientific doctorates, the student gets a 3-year employment contract for a gross amount of approximately € 1,700 / month (1300 € net). In most laboratories, English is understood, the thesis may also be written in English. However, for the subjects of social sciences and law, a B2 level of French may be required.
We invite Indian students seeking to do a thesis to sign up on www.phdinfrance.net where they can automatically find the offers posted and remain updated of the new offers as and when they are published on the site.


Raman - Charpak Fellowship 2014 Launched !

The Raman - Charpak Scholarships for the year 2014 are now open for PhD students based in France and India who wish to carry out part of their research work in the other country for 3 to 6 months. Since 2013 , this scholarship program is opened for both French students (who found a lab in India) and Indian students (with a welcoming lab in France). The program is co- funded by the Department of Science & Technology and the Embassy of France in India, implemented by CEFIPRA .
The deadline for applying for fellowship is: 7 May 2014.
For more informations on the call please follow the “Instructions” provided on the site of CEFIPRA (http://cefipra.org/raman-charpak/)

 

14th edition of our Indo-French Science & Technology News

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In this Issue :

- Two workshops held on water
- The R&D club meeting in IIT Madras
- New website: www.phdinfrance.net
- Raman-Charpak Fellowship 2014
- Cifre Industrial PhD Scheme
- A new director for the CSH
- Collège de France lectures in India
- A great Post Technology Summit
- A new Indo-French laboratory on infectious diseases
- CS Seshadri, Doctor Honoris Causa of UPMC, Paris
- The Ambassador's scientific visit to Bangalore
- From New Indigo to Inno Indigo
- European Roadshow 2014
- Upcoming Events

 


 
 

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