What you will learn

AIRE Learning Sciences

The Learning Sciences programme is dedicated to learning sciences and digital practices in education. It aims at training creative and talented students to become the future researchers or change makers in education and pedagogy. We believe that in parallel with the digital and environmental transitions, there is a “learning transition” which transform our ways to learn, teach, conduct research but also the way we work, manage and collaborate. This program is based on the figure of the Social Scientist Entrepreneur with a curriculum using project-based methodology, reverse pedagogy, mentoring and peer-to-peer learning. Each year, we work with classes of passionate students who have the desire to learn, explore and co-construct together.

  • 19 nationalities
  • 22 fields grouped together
  • 33 unique students
First year planning

The first year is an intense entry into the field of Learning Sciences! Designed to provide you with a global understanding of the digital transformation happening in education and pedagogy, support to design a relevant and challenging research problematic or entrepreneurial project. The course structure encourages work in the form of projects, promotes exchange and feedback, multiplies formats (workshops, seminars, lectures, peer-to-peer sessions, etc.) in order to maintain an intense and challenging intellectual emulation.

After three weeks of Bootcamp which aim to create an emulation in the new promotion and create a common foundation of values in multicultural classes, you will contribute the following program:

Semester 1
Mandatory courses:
  • Bootcamp
  • Open Sciences
  • Research Design
Selectable courses:
  • Cognition & Technology for Learning
  • SDG Learning by doing
  • Game design
  • Learning Everywhere
  • Principles of Learning
  • Instructional Design
Semester 2
  • Masterclasses
  • Internship I or Personal Project
  • Data Sciences
  • Learning Theories
  • Critical Thinking
  • 60 ECTS to validate
  • 1st semester: 3 weeks of Bootcamp & 10 weeks of courses
  • 2nd semester: 1 internship up to 6 months + 1 day of course per week
Second year planning

Based on two pillars : Master Thesis and Internships, the second year curriculum confirms its entry into the field of research in learning sciences. With 9 months of internships and a long-term work on a research question defined at the beginning of the year, students will have the opportunity to prepare a possible PhD entry or to build their vision of the Social Scientist Researcher.

Semester 3
  • CIRP - Creating an Interdisciplinary Research Project -
  • CARA - Critical Analysis of Research Articles
  • Internship II or Personal Project
  • Bibliographical Project
Semester 4
  • Research Project
  • Skills & Data
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Internship III or Personal Project
  • Masterclasses
  • 60 ECTS to validate
  • 2 internships from 3 to 6 months
  • 1 weekly day of courses dedicated to research methodology
  • M2 can be integrated directly
Our students

Each year we welcome about forty participants in the program: students are coming from all over the world and from very different backgrounds (educational science, computer science, psychology, economy, design, medicine, humanities, biology, cognitive science, etc.). This diversity is an exceptional opportunity for students to discover the power and efficiency of collaborative and mutual teaching and learning. No matter what is your previous academic or professional journey, we are looking for talented students who wish to engage in the transformation of education in the learning society.

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