Frontiers In Life Science Bachelor

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Frontiers In Life Science Bachelor
5 MONTHS TO LEARN…
to become an efficient learner
to collaborate
to evolve in an innovative
environment
to learn through research
to be creative
HOW TO APPLY ?
Send your CV, cover and recommendation
letters and other useful documents to
[email protected]
Each year from May to October
See more details on the website !
cri-paris.org/bachelor/international-2
FRONTIERS IN LIFE SCIENCE BACHELOR
Centre de Recherches Interdisciplinaires (CRI)
Faculté de Médecine, Université Paris Descartes
24, rue du Faubourg Saint Jacques, 75014 PARIS
Gaëlle Chevalon • 01 44 41 25 28
[email protected]
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Frontiers In Life
Science Bachelor
INTERNATIONAL SEMESTER
Paris, February-June 2015
LEARNING
THROUGH
RESEARCH
SPRING INTERNATIONAL SEMESTER (IFDV)
ANALYZING SKILLS
What is it ?
CREATIVITY
TEAMWORK
A semester of courses
in interdisciplinary life sciences.
FDV
Bachelor
Who are the students ?
Talented scientific students
coming from various countries
and scientific fields, who have
completed at least two years
of undergraduate studies.
INNOVATION
SCIENTIFIC
PROJECTS
INTERNSHIPS
INTERDISCIPLINARITY
Who are the teachers ?
Top life sciences researchers,
fond of innovative pedagogy.
An INTERDISCIPLINARY BACHELOR PROGRAM
at Paris Descartes University
The bachelor program Frontiers
in Life Science (FDV Bachelor)
at the University Paris Descartes
welcomed its first class of
students in September 2011, to
learn in a unique and exceptional environment, with interdisciplinary approaches to science
and innovative pedagogy.
It provides students a strong
science culture in several disciplines (mathematics, physics,
chemistry, biology, computer science, philosophy of
sciences). Through projects and
teamwork, students develop
their creativity, knowledge and
personal skills.
The international semester iFDV
offers a unique opportunity to
20 international students to study
in an interdisciplinary researchoriented environment in Paris.
IFDV CURRICULUM
The iFdV modules are all taught in English and carry in all
30 ECTS points (each module 15 ECTS) :
Modules A [150h]
Diversity of Interdisciplinary Life Science
Modules A cover different topics of
research in interdisciplinary life sciences.
Modules B [150h]
Modern Science Research Methods
Modules B aim at immersing the students
into the design of scientific activities,
from finding research problems to communicating scientific knowledge.

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