Bordeaux Summer Schools: time to apply!
Applications are open for the upcoming Bordeaux Summer Schools program, taking place between May and September 2022. Courses cover a variety of disciplines, ranging from social sciences to health sciences to oenology and more!
Organized since 2012, the Bordeaux Summer Schools allow international talents to reinforce their skills, gain new knowledge and develop their professional and academic network – all while making the most of Bordeaux during the summer months!
Between May and September, the University of Bordeaux will offer around 10 high-quality, international and multidisciplinary summer schools for graduate and doctoral students as well as young researchers. Each edition gathers renowned scientists from all over the world, ready to share their research and expertise.
These fee-paying courses are highly selective and demand a notable level of expertise and knowledge in their given fields. English proficiency is essential and must be equivalent to a minimum B2 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference.
Upon completion of the summer school, students are awarded a University of Bordeaux certificate that attests to the knowledge and skills acquired during the course.
The 2022 Bordeaux Summer Schools edition will cover the following topics:
- Sustainable African cities: multidisciplinary research to meet health, demographic, economic and political challenges | Public health, Economics, Political science
- Philosophy in biology and medicine | Philosophy, Life science, Medicine
- Percutaneous interventions in congenital heart diseases | Cardiology
- Cardiac electrophysiology | Cardiology
- MAterials to Technologies for advanced Energy Storages | Energy
- Today’s families | Neuroscience, Human science, Social science
- ECNP Immuno-NeuroPsychiatry | Neuroscience
- Introduction to experimental neuroscience | Neuroscience
- Wine and sake: the cutting-edge of oenology and sakeology | Oenology
- Internet of things | Electrical engineering, Computer science, Applied mathematics
- Advanced mass spectrometry applied to cultural heritage | Analytical chemistry, Cultural heritage
Research oriented course content
The Bordeaux Summer Schools benefit from strong input regarding format and scientific content from the University of Bordeaux Graduate Research School, as well as from internationally renowned laboratories and institutes that share their expertise and cutting-edge facilities with the students and researchers that come to Bordeaux over the summer.
Bordeaux Summer Schools