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1 UNIVERSITÉ EUROPÉENNE DE BRETAGNE The UEB - guaranteed excellence and international ambition. The UEB – Université Européenne de Bretagne (the European University of Brittany) – is one of the PRES (Pôles de Recherche et d’Enseignement Supérieur – research and higher education clusters) created by decree in March 2007. With 72,000 students and more than 6,000 professionals at the service of higher education and research, the UEB enables establishments to acquire a critical size - a crucial criterion for greater international prominence and recognition. The UEB - together with its 9 founder members (Université de Bretagne Occidentale, Université de Bretagne Sud, Université de Rennes 1, Université de Rennes 2, Agrocampus Ouest, ENS Cachan (Brittany campus), ENSCR, INSA Rennes, and TELECOM Bretagne) and its 14 associate members (Centre Régional de Lutte Contre le Cancer (Centre Eugène Marquis), the Brest and Rennes university teaching hospitals, Écoles de Saint-Cyr Coëtquidan, EHESP, École Navale, Enib, Ensai, IEP de Rennes, Ensieta, Supélec (Rennes campus), the Roscoff Station Biologique (Université Paris 6), Cemagref, and INRIA Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique - is combining its strengths and taking up its place as a research and higher education cluster of international stature. The Université Européenne de Bretagne is an ‘établissement public de coopération scientifique’ (EPCS – public scientific cooperation institution) whose headquarters are in Rennes. It is headed by its president, Bertrand Fortin, and managed by a governing council. See the UEB’s website: >> www.ueb.eu http://www.ueb.eu

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1. UNIVERSITÉ EUROPÉENNE DE BRETAGNE
2. DOCTORAL SCHOOLS IN BRITTANY
2.1 SHOS
2.2 ALL
2.3 SHS
2.4 MATISSE
2.5 SICMA
2.6 EDSM
2.7 VAS
2.8 SDLM
2.9 International Doctoral College
3. ADMITTANCE TO A DOCTORAL SCHOOL
3.1 General presentation
3.2 Financial support for doctoral students
3.3 Request for special dispensation for thesis registration
4. THESIS PROCEDURE
4.1 General presentation
4.2 Thesis charter
4.3 Joint doctoral supervision
4.4 Introduction to teaching in higher education
4.5 Doctoral students as research assistants in business
4.6 Social welfare
4.7 Doctoral training
4.8 Duration of the thesis
5. THESIS DEFENCE / ORAL EXAMINATION
5.1 Thesis defence authorisation & the board of examiners
5.2 Cover of the thesis
6. INTERNATIONAL OPENNESS
6.1 International Office contacts
6.2 European Doctoral Student
6.3 International ‘cotutelle’ (joint research supervision) doctorates
7. AFTER THE THESIS
8. DOCUMENTATION, REPORTS, AND STUDIES

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