Training in research and through research
The doctorate (PhD equivalent) is a three-year training programme in research and through research after a Master's degree (secondary school leaving certificate + 5) or equivalent.
It leads to the awarding of a PhD.
These days, a PhD is an essential prerequisite for any student keen to become involved in research, either in a public research body or within major companies or international bodies. It is THE reference degree recognised internationally.
The PhD is also a first professional experience. The PhD student can acquire not just scientific skills in a multitude of disciplines but also expand his knowledge of the economic world. The national doctorate framework is laid down by the Order of 25 May 2016.
The eighteen Agreenium members are involved extensively in doctorate training by welcoming some 2,500 PhD students into their laboratories and through their involvement with doctoral schools.