Whether you enjoy a challenge, want to put your research to good use, or join in collaborative projects and take advantage of an international network, there will be plenty of opportunities during your doctoral studies.
180-second thesis competition
In this competition students must present their research topic in simple terms and before a wide-ranging, non-specialist audience. In just 3 minutes, each participant must give a clear and, concise, yet convincing presentation of their research project.
The event takes place at the beginning of the year; to follow it or sign up go to the College of Doctoral Studies website.
On 28 March 2017 the winner was Ariane Peyret, doctoral student in Polymer Chemistry.
The University of Bordeaux Thesis Prize, awarded through IdEx Bordeaux (See Idex Bordeaux website), was created in 2008 to encourage excellence in research work and theses in the Bordeaux Universities and to motivate young researchers by recognizing the best doctoral work in fundamental and applied sciences.
Find all the information about the Thesis Prize on the College of Doctoral Studies website.
The aim of the Aerospace Valley cluster is to stimulate local jobs in the fields of aeronautics, space and embedded systems.
The cluster allows those who have an idea or who want to join a cooperative project to benefit from a network of professionals and members who support, structure, and bring together potential partners.
The community is internationally oriented, offering to develop projects in countries seen as promising for the sector.