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PhD

PhD

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PhD

Eureka!

Checklist

  • You have a recent research-based master's degree, an engineering degree, etc.
  • ... or an equivalency application approved by the doctoral school
  • You have solid scientific or technological knowledge
  • ... that you want to dedicate to useful innovation
  • You are looking for a significant first job
  • You have a taste for innovation
  • You want to contribute to priority projects
  • Vous voulez intégrer une équipe de recherche reconnue
  • You want to join a recognised research team
  • You want a career in research

Nicolas

Orange Labs

At Orange, there is a real research tradition: we produce more than one patent a day – and doctoral students are not the last to produce them, quite the contrary! [...]

In a doctorate, you can benefit from the research ecosystem that Orange Labs offers you and present your results to group stakeholders at the doctoral students' day, every year.

Nicolas is Orange Lab research director

120

doctoral students are in our teams this year

230

patents registered in 2019

25%

above the minimum wage required by ANRT (French National Telecommunications Regulatory Agency)

Nicolas

Orange Labs

Very often, training through research, a doctorate – and this was my case in particular – prepares you to take on more general management roles in the company. [...]

During your doctorate at Orange, you will build links with the world of public research (Institut Mines-Télécom, INRIA, etc.) which opens up privileged career prospects both in the field of Research (public or private) as well as in companies, and not only in research laboratories.

Nicolas is Orange Lab research director

Grigory

Research engineer

My thesis received the prize for the best ParisTech Telecoms thesis presented in 2017
[...] our scientific works and publications have been cited by several national and international media publications (such as Sciences et Avenir, MIT Tech Review, El Pais, etc.).

Grigory, former doctoral student and permanent research engineer at Orange

Julie

Doctoral student

My thesis related to the use of mobile telephony data to understand the mobility and organisation of the urban space. These three years of thesis enabled me to discover the word of research in companies, and also opened me up to other disciplines represented by the different Orange Labs researchers.

Julie, former doctoral student, master of conferences in geography at the University of Burgundy

The Orange benefits

You receive a minimum annual gross salary of €31,191 in the 1st and 2nd years and €35,805 in the third year.

This salary is 25% higher than the minimum salary required by ANRT.

You are both a student and an employee so you have access to:

  • supplementary health and retirement insurance
  • profit-sharing and bonuses; the Group Savings Plan
  • the company canteen
  • a discount on Orange products and services
  • the services offered by the Works Council.

Nicolas

Orange Labs

The added value of a doctoral course at Orange is the Eden programme – offered in the third year – which enables you to understand your added value in terms of technology, know-how and knowledge to be prepared for your professional integration

Nicolas is Orange Lab research director

Orange Group

83%

of our employees are proud to work for Orange

81%

recommend Orange as a good place to work

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consider Orange to be a digital and caring employer

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Since 2014 Orange is certified GEEIS (Gender Equality for European and International Standard)