Heritage development and valorisation, cultural economy and public action
An all-inclusive pre-doctoral summer school combining theoretical and methodological training with case studies
Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3 University France 2 - 27 July 2018
Montpellier, a vibrant city of culture with a rich historical heritag
A welcoming and inspiring environment for future doctoral students interested in economics, cultural policies, heritage and tourism development
A high-quality doctoral programme combining theory and practice
An intensive course, in a friendly and stimulating academic context, preparing students for admission into a doctoral programme in France or Europe Courses given by university professors and staff combined with the opportunity to meet professionals
Individual guidance for definition of research project
- Programme details:
Lectures and seminars: 40 hours
Supervised research project: 12 hours
Site visits: 3 visits/meetings organised per week (excluding week 1).
French as a foreign language: 24 hours (6 hours per week).
The classes will be given on the main university campus, accessible by public transport and close to halls of residence .
Classes will be given in the International
Office building, allowing participants to be in contact with international students from other programmes.
- Academic resources:
Student will have full access to libraries and online materials. An introductory session to research materials will be offered.
- Accommodation & catering:
Course participants will be given university accommodation (a 15 square metre bedroom with private bathroom); catering will be provided by the university restaurant.
The accommodation block and restaurant are situated 10 minutes’ walk from the main campus and less than 5 minutes from a tram stop to the town centre (10 minutes’ journey).
- Recreational activity:
Recreational activities will be organised, including: weekend trip to Barcelona (3 hours train ride), beach trip, guided tour of Montpellier city centre (in Chinese language), dinner in French restaurant. The Barcelona trip will be an integral part of the program, in connection with the themes discussed during the lectures and seminars
€3,250 per student, which includes:
40 hours of lectures and seminars
12 hours of research supervision
24 hours of French classes
Guided visits and professional meetings
Accommodation and catering during the 4 week course
Cultural excursions including a weekend trip to Barcelona.
- Academic coordination:
Professor Anita Gonzalez-Raymond, Director of Doctoral School “Languages, Literature, Cultures, Civilisations”.
Mr Christophe REMOND Head of International Office