PhD training can be divided into three parts;
- Science courses : The aim of scientific courses is to complete your knowledge of Physics . This could be initial training (‘formation initiale’), such as second year of Master’s degree courses, introductions to scientific software, or training in experimental techniques. It could also be in-depth courses, such as courses organised by the STEP’UP Doctoral School or another Doctoral School, courses organised by scientific institutions such as Collège de France, or summer schools.
- Science courses :
These lists are not exhaustive, and you should first check whether a given course is eligible by contacting the representative of the university in which you are enroled within the Doctoral School Administration.
There is no automatic confirmation email sent once you have enrolled in a course via this form.
For all courses, you should register here beforehand (PLEASE FILL IN THE TRAINING CODE AND THE TITLE OF THE COURSE)
Below are the lists of courses offered by the STEP’UP Doctoral School, by type:
- Scientific courses:
- Introductory courses:
- Interdisciplinary studies:
For more information, please contact your degree programme coordinator: Frédéric Girault and Cécile Prigent for Earth and Environmental Sciences (Terre-Environnement, TE), and Irena Nikolic for Physics of the Universe (Physique de l’Univers, PU).
Translation carried out by the Masters 2 ILTS team