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Students of the Learning Science Master – former EdTech – program have the opportunity to do 3 internships during their 2 years in the program:

  • ONE internship of 5 MONTHS on the first year (starting early-February)
  • TWO internships of 4/5 MONTHS each on the second year (first one starting end-September, second one starting mid-February)

These sequences are designed for the students to meet the diversity of actors and positions in the innovative education field (startups, research labs, schools, companies, universities, public services, associations, etc.). The idea is also to make them use and seize the tools and core concepts seen in the Master in order to empower themselves as EdTech experts, activists and stakeholders of the learning transition of our society.

Our students are generally advised to do their first internship in France, but as our promotions are from various horizons and backgrounds, we also accept and sometimes recommend internships  abroad (mainly in the second year).

The labs and various activities of the CRI also offer lots of opportunities to the students of our Master Program. Each offer has to be discussed with the pedagogical team beforehand and validated once a solid project is recognized by both parts.

Please note that if you are a professional willing to follow the Learning Sciences Master in executive education, the Master’s direction is open to applications submitting an experimental project taking place in your professional environment. The roadmap for experimentation and achievements can be discussed and designed once your application is accepted in the Master and be counted as an internship.

Thinking forward…

The Learning Sciences Master program is a research Master program. Therefore, the internship is not only an opportunity for the student to discover a professional environment and participate in specific missions, but also an experimentation field which has the capacity to host discussions and questions in order to contribute to the learning transitions of our society.

The vast majority of our partners is engaged in the learning transition of their organization. It can concern lifelong learning, learning how to learn, development of soft skills, development of innovative pedagogical tools, jobs’ transformation, new strategic positioning and new opportunities to grasp in the digital society, etc. But sometimes, they don’t have the time or the resources to explore a bit deeper these questions which are yet crucial for the future. The students of the Learning Sciences Master are able to address this kind of issues and to co-design small experimentation protocols with the team and stakeholders.