French and EU students: submit application via applications app on the UPEM website.
Non-EU students: Campus France according to the country of origin.
Benefits of the program
Some subjects are shared with students from the history pathway and students from the geography pathway.
Students on this pathway tend to pursue studies with a social or environmental Master's (and professions). They consolidate their sociology knowledge and conduct collective and individual surveys. They enhance their writing, synthesizing and analysing abilities.
L3 : Etudiants français et UE : dépôt de dossier via application candidatures sur le site de l’UPEM Etudiants hors UE : Campus France selon pays d’origine.
Schedule of studies
The first semester covers the period from end September to end-of-year (Xmas) holidays. The first three weeks are devoted to first-semester exams, to juries and to enrolment for the second semester.
The second semester begins end January and lasts until mid-June, which includes the second-semester exam period and juries. Placement is possible.
Your future career
Students on this pathway tend to pursue studies with a Master's related to social policies (social intervention, prevention, etc.), environmental policies or risk management. They may also pursue studies with a MACOR, COM or any other SHS Master's.
The 3rd-year Sociology Social and Environmental Policies pathway is designed as a continuum of the two previous years. Lectures and tutorials (TD) ensure students broaden their knowledge. A thesis is drafted during the year on a subject of choice, and it is based on a survey which the student has personally carried out. Other collective surveys are also undertaken during the third year.
Major thematics of study
Sociology – geography
Toutes les informations sont présentes sur le site de l'UFR SHS, shs.u-pem.fr
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All information is available on the UFR SHS website at shs.u-pem.fr
Under the Erasmus + agreements, the Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg, the University of Granada, the 'Alma Mater Studiorum' University of Bologna, the University of Aveiro, the 'Alexandru Ioan Cuza' University, the University of Bucharest, the National Technical University of Athens and the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague are key partners. Furthermore, bilateral cooperation enables us to offer training programmes further afield, with the Higher University of San Simón in Bolivia, the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) and the Fluminense Federal University (UFF) in Brazil, the Cégep de Sainte-Foy in Canada, the University of Québec at Chicoutimi in Canada, the Inner Mongolia University of Science and Technology (IMUST) in China, the Externado University of Colombia in Colombia, the National University of Colombia in Colombia, the Chonbuk National University, the Dong-Eui University and the Ewha Womans University in South Korea, the University of Costa Rica in Costa Rica, Xavier University in the United States, Rikkyo University in Japan, CETYS University in Mexico, National Autonomous University of Mexico in Mexico, Ricardo Palma University in Peru, National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan, National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan and the Simón Bolívar University in Venezuela.