Factsheet

Factsheet

École Normal Supérieure de Lyon: Migration Studies

The "Migration Studies" programme is a Master 2 (one year) programme offering a multidisciplinary approach to the phenomenon of migration, combining contributions from the humanities and social sciences (economics, geography, history, political science, sociology) and legal sciences. Part of the Master of Social Sciences at ENS Lyon, it is integrated into the European programme EuMIGS, opening the possibility for students joining this programme to stay with one of our partners for a semester of training. The international nature of this programme and the fact that it is open to students from our European partners means that some, if not all, courses will be given in English. A good level of English is therefore necessary in order to choose it. The course includes participation in a research programme or an open field in the Lyon area during the M2 year, supervised by the project leader.

For more information about the programme, please visit http://sciencessociales.ens-lyon.fr/formations/masters/sciences-sociales/parcours-migrations

Course offer

First semester

  • Social sciences and Migrations 5 ECTS
  • Politics and Policies of Migrations 5 ECTS
  • Law, Migration, Citizenship 5 ECTS
  • Times and places of Migration 3 ECTS
  • Research methodology (choice of several)
  • Language course

Second semester

  • Personal Research
  • Field work (contribution to ongoing research in association with one of the research teams associated to the programme)

Most courses will be in English and some in French.

Language requirements

  • B2 French

Practical information

Please see http://www.ens-lyon.fr/formation/admission/preparer-son-sejour-lens-de-lyon

A welcome week is held at the end of September. French courses are available all year round for international students.

Nomination and application procedure for pre-selected incoming candidates

  • Nomination deadline
    • Selection/Nomination of candidates at the respective departments and upon decision by respective departments
  • Application deadline
    • First term: April 30
    • Second term: October 30

Through https://cadens.ens-lyon.fr/#/login  you will need the mail and code sent by your university, details of the procedure are here http://www.ens-lyon.fr/formation/admission/procedures-dadmission/candidature-dans-le-cadre-dun-echange-international

After the application is submitted, students will receive a confirmation within 6 weeks.

Contact and further details

EuMIGS academic coordinator:

Philippe Rygiel

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EuMIGS administrative contact:

Elodie Meynard

Erasmus Institutional coordinator, Head of International Mobility Office

Tel : +33 4 37 37 66 80