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Fully funded 5-year PhD in Cognitive Science at ENS in Paris

Deadline: Tuesday 10 December 2019

The Department of Cognitive Studies (DEC) at Ecole Normale Supérieure is inviting applications for its graduate programs in cognitive science. Our training offer includes: a fully-funded 5-year PhD program and a fully-funded extended 3-year Masters program (which can be followed by a 3-year doctoral grant at ENS or elsewhere in France, conditioned on a mid-term evaluation).

Application deadline: early December 2019 - please find more details below.

PhD Program

We offer a fully-funded 5-year PhD Program in most subfields of
cognitive science (including Linguistics, Philosophy, Cognitive Social
Science, Psychology, Neuroscience, Modeling). Unlike most PhD programs in Europe, and at the image of PhD programs in North-America, admission in this program does not require an MA-level degree. The PhD program combines a taught component drawing mainly from our Master in Cognitive Science with multiple lab rotations

Deadline for applications: December 10, 2019 23:59 (Central European Time)

More information on the website: https://graduateschool.dec.ens.fr/

The PhD program is funded by French government grant Frontiers in Cognition.

Fully-funded extended Masters fellowships for international students

We offer paid three-year fellowships to international students
interested in joining our Master in Cognitive Science, which offers
interdisciplinary training in Linguistics, Philosophy, Cognitive
Social Science, Psychology, Neuroscience, Modeling and Cognitive
engineering (https://cogmaster.ens.psl.eu/en). Students can then pursue a fully-funded PhD at ENS or elsewhere in France, conditioned on a mid-term evaluation.

Deadline for applications:

Science track: December 15, 2019
Humanities track: November 29, 2019

For more details (including eligibility), please visit:

http://www.ens.fr/en/academics/admissions/international-selection

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