The different paths available to students allow them to shape their own training in line with their skills and interests and, in this way, to have relative autonomy in their training programme. The various different areas of study provide a series of coherent and high quality courses.
♣ Interdisciplinarity is encouraged via the following methods : the student decides which options he will take in the Master (60 credits) (in making this choice, he will be guided by the programme’s interdisciplinary courses which complement the more philological part of the training).
The written and oral exams aim to measure knowledge acquired as well as the student's know-how and communication skills. — Some subjects, geared towards helping the student develop research and personal criticism skills, are the subject of presentations and discussions spread over the year (permanent assessment).
Courses are evaluated according to current university regulations (see General Examination Regulations). Students may find further information on specific evaluation methods in the course descriptions.
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