Apply in PhD
Every year, the Digital Public Health Graduate Program of the University of Bordeaux opens an international PhD call for doctoral fellowships.
The PhD program is open to doctoral students from all fields relevant to Digital Public Health, regardless of their field of study of origin. Eligible students are expected to hold a Master of Science in one major discipline (e.g. public health, informatics, epidemiology, statistics, mathematics, sociology, etc.). The subject of the thesis must be related to digital public health.
Furthermore, the PhD student is expected to:
- Have a thorough training in research skills,
- Prove an excellent academic and scientific level,
- Be fluent in English, both oral and written (C1),
- Be able and willing to work in an interdisciplinary environment.
PhD students' Engagement
Doctoral students commit to mention the PIA3 funding (Investment for the Future) from which the EUR DPH benefits, with its project reference, for any publication or research result resulting from a visit or a project supported by the EUR DPH.
Project reference: L’EUR DPH bénéficie d’une aide de l’Etat gérée par l’Agence Nationale de la Recherche au titre du programme d’investissement d’avenir portant la référence 17-EURE-0019. // This PhD program is supported within the framework of the PIA3 (Investment for the future). Project reference 17-EURE-0019.
Digital Public Health Graduate Program
Université de Bordeaux
146 rue Léo Saignat