Thursday 23 November 2017
Ecole Doctorale BIOLOGIE SANTE (ED n°446)
Faculté de Médecine Pôle Recherche
1 place de verdun
59045 Lille cedex - France
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The official normal duration of the doctoral work is three years. Four years may be accepted in case of part-time doctorate work or pregnancy.

 

“Thèse de Doctorat”

    A research doctorate is awarded in recognition of original academic research. To this end, a Thesis (academic dissertation) committee supervises the progress of the doctoral work in addition to the supervisor. At least one member of the committee must be a Professor or a senior scientist from a Federative Research Institute that is different from that of the doctoral student or from an academic institution other than the University of Lille – North of France.

    The Doctoral School must ensure that the body of work accomplished by the doctoral student is relevant and important to the scientific community. These criteria can be met if she/he is the first author of at least one paper published or in press in a peer-reviewed scientific journal, or has a patent application.

    If this is not the case, the Thesis Committee will evaluate the work and predict if and when the doctorate student can reasonably expect that she/he will be in position to submit a paper or a patent on the work. The Advice of the Thesis Committee is mandatory if registration for an additional year has to be solicited.

    The defense (viva voce) will be preceded by a written evaluation of the Thesis by two outside reviewers, from an academic institution other than the University of Lille – North of France, who are selected by the student and his/her supervisor and approved by the Doctoral School. These reviewers will attend the dissertation defense.

    The examining jury shall comprise between 3 and 8 members, at least half of them from an academic institution other than the University of Lille – North of France. Half of the jury members must be Professors, or assimilated staff (e.g. Research Directors and Senior Research Fellows) under the terms of decree dated August 7th, 2006.

    Candidates who have satisfactorily passed their defense/viva are awarded the Doctorate degree in the specialty in which they carried out their research. Authorization for the publication of the thesis is granted on the advice of the chairman of the jury.

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