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The Light Sciences and Technologies Graduate Program of the University of Bordeaux offers excellence scholarships to students who wish to apply for the Master.
The international master’s program in Sciences and Technologies of Light is part of the High Research School of the University of Bordeaux and is open to French and motivated internationals, holders of a bachelor or equivalent degree in physics, chemistry, biology or engineering.
The selection process is based on a fair competitive process.
The Program offers scholarships to students who wish to apply to first or second year master.
LEVEL : Master (1 and 2)
DURATION OF THE FINANCING : €750 / month for 10 months
PUBLIC : open to all nationalities
UNIVERSITY : University of Bordeaux
COUNTRY : France
The Master is open to all candidates holding a license in Physics, Chemistry or Biology or Engineering.
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence.
When applying, students wishing to apply for the Master will have to attach 2 letters of recommendation from teachers of their undergraduate training.
HOW TO APPLY?
The application process is different whether you are an international student, a European student or a French student.
International students residing in a countries concerned by the” Études en France “procedure must apply via the Campus France site.
International students who do not reside in a country concerned by the “Études en France” procedure, as well as French and European students must apply via Apoflux.
For more information, see also the admission requirements to the University of Bordeaux.
- M1: Applications open on 26/04 – close on 17/05
- M2: Applications open on 12/04 – close on 16/07
Applicants are invited to submit their applications before the closing dates indicated above.
For all applications after the closing dates, please contact the masters supervisors on the email address below.
For more information, please contact: [email protected]
Applicants are invited to read the application procedure on the website: