ENP PhD Program Scholarships
The PhD program of the Paris School of Neuroscience provides an outstanding multidisciplinary curriculum to students through seminar series, lab rotations, and research training in top neuroscience laboratories of the Paris region. The faculty includes internationally recognized experts across the large field of the neurosciences from basic molecular and cellular studies, computational science to brain imaging and clinical research.
The program involves rotations in different ENP labs during the first year followed by three years of research in one ENP laboratory towards a PhD. Students design their own programs leading to the PhD with oversight by faculty committees ensuring appropriate depth and breadth of training.
Working language throughout is English.
French or foreign applicants are required to hold a diploma at least equivalent to the Master 1 or Master 2 degree in France. This diploma has to be obtained outside of France in any fields relevant to Neurosciences.
French or foreign students who obtained their last university degree in France are not eligible.
The TOEFL® test is a popular option for students to meet the English-language requirements for scholarships.
a fellowship of 1200 €/month during the first year and a net salary of 1 800 €/month during the three years of PhD thesis
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