Our master's double degree program in physics receives further support from the Franco-German University
Since 2014, master's students in physics have been able to earn a double degree. They study at Freie Universität Berlin and at the renowned Institut Polytechnique de Paris and receive two physics degrees at the end. The double master's degree program is funded by the Franco-German University, which has been promoting joint Franco-German study programs since 1997.
News from May 02, 2022
The Franco-German University has confirmed the funding for the French-German double degree program for another four years. Each year, up to ten physics students can go for a double degree of the Freie Universität and the Institut Polytechnique de Paris. They will benefit not only from the research strength of both universities of excellence, but also from the linguistic-cultural and personal exchange on site.
"All graduates of this integrated program took up doctoral studies after their double degree," reports program's coordinator Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Kuch. He encourages all physics students who have some knowledge of French or are willing to refresh or acquire it on short notice to apply for the dual degree program. "The program is a good stepping stone into the European research-intensive working world," says Kuch.
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- Institut Polytechnique de Paris
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