Joint Doctorates


The german-french graduate school will start admitting one PhD student per year and main partner beginning in 2018. These students will do a so called co-tutelle PhD thesis in Bordeaux and Geisenheim and will spend about half of their time in both places. If the subject matter calls for it, they will carry out part of their research in Adelaide. In addition, the young scientists will have the opportunity to establish networks with each other and external specialists. The PhD is awarded by the University of Bordeaux and Geisenheim University. Funding through the DFH includes mobility allowances for students during their time abroad, funding of guest lectures at the respective partner site and the organization of subject specific workshops.

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Contacts:

Hochschule Geisenheim University
Tina Kissinger
Medien-Referentin, Wissenschaft

Von-Lade-Straße 1
65366 Geisenheim, Germany

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Tel. +49 6722 502 624

 

Institut des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin,
Université de Bordeaux

210, chemin de Leysotte

CS 50008

33882 Villenave d'Ornon, France

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Tel. +33 (0)5 57 57 58 10

 

DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAMME

OENODOC JOINT DOCTORATE is a three-year international Joint Doctoral Programme in the field of Oenology and Viticulture. It has been created by a consortium of partner institutions originating from France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Hungary, Chile, and South Africa. The Bordeaux University  is the coordinator of the programme.

The consortium is dedicated to research excellence and education and each partner possess the top recognition level in oenology/viticulture research. Each participating country is recognized for high quality wine production.

Within three years students will be trained in research based on an original doctoral thesis leading to a joint/double/multiple Doctoral Degrees.

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Focused on the current challenges, from vines to wine consumption, the topics of the programme are vitiviniculture biophysical, economic and social environments, sustainable vitiviniculture, integrated production, regulation and impacts of biotechnologies, oenological practices and techniques, identification and analysis methods of vines, quality and safety of wines, nutrition and health, management, economy……

The main activities of the programme are: courses (20 ECTS), Doctoral Research in at least 2 partner institutions (160 ECTS): research project, thesis, participation to international conferences, presentation of papers, bibliography, publication, reports. Optional activities like courses are available through the network.

The programme includes a compulsory stay in at least 2 partner institutions during the preparation of the doctorate. The programme can offer PhD proposals, but eligible applicants can also propose research project including mobility scheme.

Students are encouraged to apply for financial support in their home countries. Partner institutions may assist candidates in obtaining total or partial financial support. The consortium recommand candidates to visit the webpage about potential grants to finance PhD studies.

The Doctorate Programme in Oenology/viticulture is offered across OENODOC member institutions:

Université de Bordeaux - France (Coordinating institution)
- Montpellier - France
- Hochschule Geisenheim University - Germany
Università degli Studi di Verona – Italy
Università degli studi di Udine - Italy
- Università degli studi de Torino - Italy– Tarragona – Spain
Universidade de Lisboa –Portugal
University of Pecs – Hungary
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile –Santiago – Chile
Stellenbosch University – South Africa

In addition, associated partners enthusiastically joined the OENODOC consortium. They will offers to students an opening on wines and vines industry:

- Kedge Buisiness School / FRANCE
DAOSUL / PORTUGAL
- BIOLAFFORT / FRANCE
LALLEMAND / FRANCE
TORRES / SPAIN
VITEC / SPAIN
ICVV / SPAIN
WINETECH / SOUTH AFRICA
DIEMME / ITALY
-Vason / ITALY
- JUCLAS / ITALY
MBF / ITALY

CONSORTIUM VINTAGE / FRANCE

CONSORTIUM EMAVE / FRANCE

 

 NEW! MOY Grant and the Oenodoc-Med programme.


Contact:

OENODOC Office
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