Applying to This Two Year Dual Degree Program

Elligibility

To be eligible for this program you need to be currently enrolled in one of the four partner universities, which are Clemson University, (SC, USA), Friedrich Schiller Universitat (Jena, Germany), Université de Bordeaux I (Bordeaux, France), and University of Central Florida (FL, USA). You also need to be pursuing a degree in Materials Science, Photonics, Physic, or Optics.
If you are not a current student enrolled in one of those universities you cannot apply.

Contact your Advisor

If you are an elligible student before filling out and sending anything you should contact your advisor and then the professor in charge of this program in your home university:

If you have any question you are welcome to contact one of the two coordinators of the program, Audrey Sidobre or Leslie Bilger.

Required documents

In order to apply to this program we need to receive your résumé, your transcripts, and three letters of recommendation.

Once we received your complete application you will receive an answer within two weeks.

Once you have been accepted

Now that you have been accepted into this program you also need to be accepted in your partner university.

For students applying to Clemson University

You need to submit all the requirements for Clemson Graduate School.
For better clarification you can also find a list of those requirements under the Clemson University link on the left side of this page. This list might not be exhaustive so, please, be sure to view also the official page for the admission to the Graduate School.

For students applying to the University of Central Florida

You need to submit all the documents required for international students for the UCF Graduate School AND for the College of Optics and Photonics.
For better clarification you can also find a list of those requirements under the University of Central Florida link on the left side of this page. This list might not be exhaustive so, please, be sure to review also the Gradutate Admission page for International students and also the College of Optics and Photonics Admission page.