The link between theoretical and practical aspects: the student prepares for a career by acquiring the intellectual tools which will help him carry out this job with aplomb; individual and group work help to make the course more stimulating. At the same time, under the expert guidance of teachers in this sector, the student carries out internships helping him get to know his strong points and weaknesses and remedy the latter.
Several universities are taking part in the master, which helps promote teacher and student mobility, course exchanges (via e-learning, video conferences, etc) and the exchange of experiences.
Students are assessed in a variety of ways: through their work and/or oral and written exams (internship reports, seminars, etc.).
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.
| 14/05/2009 |