Teaching

Masters in Labour and Social protection Law
Course type Course manager Course description
Research Masters level 2 Pr. Gilles Auzero

The lectures (in-depth labour law and social protection law), are complemented by research seminars (international social law and social community law in particular). A major part of the course is for the student to produce his/her research assignment under the supervision of a Senior Researcher or a CNRS researcher (national organisation for scientific research).

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Masters in Labour Relations Law in Enterprise
Course type Course manager Course description
Professional Masters level 2 François PETIT

Teaching strives to ensure life and business matters are handled from a practical angle. Working in seminars is essential. The seminars are on the same topics as those taught in class (and in previous study years): labour law, social security law, social disputes. These topics come together under different approaches: recruitment, career development, restructuring, social insurance, earnings, collective bargaining, job losses, working hours, etc.

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Masters in Population, Development and Forward Studies
Course type Course manager Course description
Research Masters level 2 Christophe Bergouignan

This is a multidisciplinary course structured around:

- core courses in demographics and spatial economics,

- methodological skills in data processing and analysis, regional development and forward studies.

For students enrolled in the Franco-Hellenic study track, the second semester is spent in Volos (Greece)

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