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Updated on: 28/01/2023
The University of Bordeaux, in partnership with the Bordeaux University Hospital (CHU) and the Regional Health Agency (ARS), can welcome foreign medical interns doing a specialisation and foreign specialists for specialised medical training.
Doctors and pharmacists are eligible to apply for a Diploma of Specialised Medical Training (DFMS) if they:
Courses are chosen from among those taught for the Diploma of Specialised Studies (DES) corresponding to the specialised training chosen by the applicant. The training length varies from a minimum of 2 semesters to a maximum of 6 semesters (the length of the DFMS may not exceed, in any case whatsoever, the end of the applicant's specialisation in his/her country of origin).
Doctors and pharmacists are eligible to apply for a Diploma of Advanced Specialised Medical Training (DFMSA) if they:
Courses are chosen from among those taught for the Diploma of Specialised Complementary Studies (DESC); they can also involve part of the training provided within the framework of the Diploma of Specialised Studies (DES), corresponding to the specialised training chosen by the applicant. The training lasts one or two semesters.
The application must be submitted by 15th January at the latest (strict deadline).
Answers are sent by e-mail, to each applicant, by 30th March.
Do not submit original documents, only photocopies. Any incomplete application or an application that does not meet the requirements will be rejected.
Do not send any original documents, only photocopies.
IMPORTANT: if you do not send the 'simplified' application (only pages 1 and 2 of application n°2) to Strasbourg, your application will not be accepted.
The organisation of medical speciality diplomas is centralised by the University of Strasbourg Faculty of Medicine and Midwifery.
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