Invitation to cutting-edge geosciences in IPGP,
open to international students
The International Master in Solid Earth Sciences aims to train top-level geoscientists, who will continue their study for a phD either at IPGP or elsewhere, in an academic or industrial context. Students are awarded a ten-month fellowship (1000 € /month) and are encouraged to choose their courses and research internship among the wide variety of possibilities offered by IPGP researchers and their industrial partners, as per their wishes. This second year master program is entirely taught in English: it welcomes every year a dozen of students coming from all over the world, having a solid background in fundamental sciences.
Requirements: Minimum four years of undergraduate/master's degree, European M1 level or USA/Asian B4 (senior) equivalent, in (geo-) physics, (geo-) chemistry, geology, computer science, mathematics and/or engineering. Fluency in English is required.
Fellowship: 1000 euros per month for 10 months
Maximum number of students: 10
Non-European students are invited to apply via Campus France from November 1st 2019 to March 30th, 2020 (see the eligible countries: www.campusfrance.org/en/application-etudes-en-france-procedure);
European students are invited to apply via eCandidat from March 15th to June 30th 2020.
N.B. If you are non-European and you reside in a country outside the Campus France list, you must apply via eCandidat.
For more information, courses available:
Head of program
Nobuaki Fuji | email@example.com
Organization of the year
Course works from September to January, research internship from February to June in academia and/or in industry