International trip

Participants will travel to destinations chosen for their ability to provide a context relevant to this Master's objectives.

General information

Duration and schedule

The program lasts approximately eighteen months.

This term does not include thesis preparation and classes for majors.

Classes are taught on Mondays and Thursdays from 7:00 to 10:30 p.m.

PREPARATORY WORKSHOPS, INTERNATIONAL COURSES AND MAJORS CLASSES, URBAN VISITS, FINAL EXAMS AND CLASS RESCHEDULING GOVERNED BY SPECIAL REGIME.

 

 

Use of electronic reading material and mobile electronic devices

For several years now, the Master's Program provides material exclusively in digital form to the "Virtual Esan" (ESAN) platforms.

Participants are required to bring regularly to class a mobile electronic device (notebook, netbook or tablet) (***).