Annual PhD Funding Campaign

The Graduate School “Digital Systems for Humans” (DS4H) offers every year several PhD fundings.
PhD supervisors can apply for these fundings after having selected a PhD candidate on a PhD given topic.

DS4H 2020 PhD Funding Campaign is closed. But subjects remain open waiting for your application!
Please refer to the theses' supervisors directories of the Information Technologies Doctoral School (ED STIC) and the Humanities and Social Sciences Doctoral School (ED DESPEG). It will give you the keywords of their research and their e-mail address to contact them directly.

Why should you apply?
  • Excellent research environment including international-renowned laboratories with long-standing practices for leading doctoral projects.
  • Lab/industry cross-fertilization in Nice-Sophia Antipolis, the fast-paced European largest technopark.
  • Interdisciplinary research options as cross-domain vision lies at the heart of the Digital Systems for Humans Graduate school project.
  • International openness (international events, UlyssEUs Alliance with the universities of Genoa In Italy, Seville in Spain and Innsbruk in Austria. Strong links with the Technical University of Kosice in Slovakia, the University of Applied Sciences in Helsinki, Finland and University Laval, Canada). Almost 70% of the PhD students are foreigners.
  • PhD support programs: DocWalker (mobility) and Icare (conference travel and equipment).
  • Optional courses to open to new domains (no prerequisites needed): Digital Business with SKEMA business school, Entrepreneurship, Digital IP & Law, Smart EdTechs...
  • Job'Action workshops to help boosting your career and employment.
  • Individual support from Université Côte d'Azur Welcome Center and Center for Doctoral Studies (housing, administrative procedures, child-care solutions, newcomers meetups...).
  • Active Student association DS4H ADAMS (Digital Systems for Humans Association of Doctoral and Master’s Students): academic and unifying events, after school peer learning meetings, parties…
  • ... and the world-envied French Riviera quality of life!
Selection Process

Congratulations to our PhD Grants Laureates

2019     2020