This year, we are offering several exceptional fellowships of 10.000 euros ofr international students.
Master, Israël

The Master's degree in Genetics at the University Paris-Diderot, Paris, France, is a multi-disciplinary program covering aspects of fundamental and applied genetics. The Master's degree is a two-year program combining advanced courses and cutting-edge research training. The second year (M2, Master 2) is taught exclusively in English and welcomes international students.

This year, we are offering several exceptional fellowships of 10.000 euros ofr international students.

The second year of the Master's program is organized into two semesters : the first semester (corresponding to 30 ECTS, internationally-recognised European credit equivalents) is composed of a series of one-week Modules covering a wide selection of topics, including human genetics, epigenetics, cancer biology, stem cells,  neuroscience, ageing, immunology etc..We offer about 30 different modules, allowing students to create their own personalised program. Students can also take a range of advanced courses offered at the prestigious Pasteur Institute. All students attend a one-wiik Erasmus exchange module with partner universities in Italy and Spain (Rome, Florence, Padua, Trieste, Milan, Barcelona).

More information :

web site of the Master's Program (in French) : http://www.magisteregenet.univ-paris-diderot.fr   

Master's Program 2nd year (in english) : http://www.magisteregenet.univ-paris-diderot.fr/spip.php?article61

MIEM fellowships program : www.univ-paris-diderot.fr/sc/site.php?bc=international&np=boursemiem&g=m