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1 Ministère de l Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche École des hautes études en sciences sociales STUDYING AT THE EHESS

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3 Ministère de l Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche École des hautes études en sciences sociales STUDYING AT THE EHESS , avenue de France Paris France Tel.: 33 (0)

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5 FROM THE PRESIDENT The École des hautes études en sciences sociales is one of France s premier institutions in the world of research and higher education. We welcome each year at our sites in Paris, Lyon, Marseille and Toulouse over one thousand new students into our Masters and doctoral programs, as well as those studying towards the school s own EHESS Diploma. Our teaching staff work closely with research teams based around the world and more than half of our three thousand students come from outside France. This international outlook is strongly reflected in day to day life at the school. We operate in several languages as well as offer courses in French as a Foreign Language and English for the Social Sciences. We also welcome attendees from the wider public to our seminars, which number in the thousands. As a student at the EHESS, you will soon come to recognize the intense atmosphere of innovation and collaboration across national and disciplinary boundaries on which we pride ourselves at the school. Two members of the teaching staff have particular responsibility for shaping student life: Marie-Vic Ozouf- Marignier, directrice d études and directrice des enseignements, and Éric Wittersheim, maître de conférences and chargé de mission for student affairs. The students association and sports association, working alongside the newly formed association for alumni, also make their own unique contribution. I look forward to meeting you on the occasion of the welcome day which will take place this year on Thursday the 15 th of October. Pierre-Cyrille Hautcœur Président de l EHESS 3

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7 PRESENTATION OF THE EHESS The École des hautes études en science sociales has a unique standing in the world of research and higher education in France. It trains students up to doctoral level in all disciplines of the social and human sciences (history, anthropology, sociology, economics, geography, linguistic sciences, psychology, demographical studies, cognitive science, political science, philosophy and mathematics). It is not, however, a university. The EHESS was founded in 1984 as a grand établissement alongside the likes of the College de France, the Institut d études politiques de Paris and the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers. The school s unique status was recognized in 1985 by ministerial edict, which firmly set out its mission and organization: it is structured around research training for Master s and doctoral students, as well as students of its own EHESS Diploma and candidates for the habilitation for research supervision. The EHESS maintains close links with a number of French universities and research institutions operating within its disciplinary fields: the Centre national de la recherche scientifique, the Maison des sciences de l Homme, the Écoles normales supérieures, the Muséum national d histoire naturelle, the Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques, the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers, to name but a few. ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE At the head of the EHESS stands the president assisted by the president s office. Three institutions in turn work closely with the presidency to ensure the successful functioning of the school. 5

8 The assemblée des enseignants (assembly of teaching staff) brings together the directeurs d études and the maîtres de conferences of the EHESS. It assists in defining the academic objectives of the school as well as overseeing the recruitment, via election, of teaching and research staff. It elects the president of the school for a five year once renewable term, and its approval is required before the appointment of staff to the presidency can proceed. One member of the office is given particular responsibility in dealing with issues relating to educational practice. This member, by delegation of the president, presides over the commission de la scolarité, (Committee for Educational Practice). The conseil d administration (Administrative Council) is made up of 40 members. Its task is to define school regulations as well as to deliberate on the contrat d etablissement, the contract established between the school and the Ministère de l enseignement supérieur et de la recherche, (Ministry for Higher Education and Research in France) to be renewed every four years. It approves scientific programs and votes in proposals on all matters relating to finance within the school. It also appoints select committees to deliberate on issues relating, for example, to budget and personnel. Of particular note is the commission des etudes (Committee for Student Affairs), which gives its opinion on all questions concerning student life within the school. This committee is made up of elected students as well as representatives of teaching staff and administrative personnel. It can present its opinion before the conseil d administration on all matters relating to educational practice at the EHESS. Student Representatives: Jérémy Guiorguieff, Florian Mathieu, Glauber Sezerino et Angelo Montoni Rios and for students enrolled in the EHESS diploma, Jean-Louis Edogué-Ntang. The conseil scientifique (academic council) is made up of 27 members. It proposes and evaluates research programs and deliberates on all questions concerning academic practice. Other duties include management of the school s research budget, ratifying the award of habilitation for research supervision and appointing the commission de la scolarité, which oversees teaching practice at the school. This commission deliberates in addition on all questions put before it by the president of the school, the assemblée des enseignants and the 6

9 conseil d administration and serves in an advisory capacity to these bodies. It is also a select committee of the conseil scientifique which decides on the eligibility of external tutors to supervise doctoral students at the EHESS. Student Representative: Jalel Triki. NB: The conseil d administration and the conseil scientifique are made up of elected representatives of all personnel categories working at the School as well as students. Please do not hesitate to contact them with your specific queries. SOME FIGURES 3,330 enrolled students ,226 newly enrolled 712 diplomas in More than 1,000 seminars on 4 sites Masters 32 Masters programs 506 enrolled in M1 in enrolled in M2 in diplomas in % of masters students are of international origin Doctoral Students 5 doctoral schools 13 doctoral programs 1,552 enrolled in newly enrolled 50 new cotutelles in thesis defences in % of doctoral students are of international origin 7

10 UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Enrollment periods: until the 4 th of October 2013 for masters, 25 th of October 2013 for doctoral studies and 8 th of November 2013 for the EHESS diploma. The seminars are only interrupted during the Christmas period (21 st of December to the 6 th of January 2014) and Easter period: from the 26 th of April to the 12 th of May 2014 in zone A (Lyon, Toulouse), from the 19 th of April to the 5 th of May 2014 in zone B (Marseille), from the 12 th of April to the 28 th of April 2014 in zone C (Paris). The university year begins on the 1 st of October and ends on the 30 th of September of the following year (by vote of the Administrative Council on the 14 th of October 2011). 8

11 ENROLMENT Enrolment takes place in two stages: academic enrolment, followed by administrative enrolment. During the period of academic enrolment each year, candidates can download an enrolment form at the following address: The deadline for academic enrolment can vary slightly from one Masters department to the next, and we advise you to check dates with department secretaries. You should submit your completed forms in the first place to your prospective supervisor, who may make modifications to your proposal wherever necessary. After your application has been accepted by a tutor, you should then submit your dossier to the relevant master s or doctoral department, from where it will proceed to the service de la scolarité and finally to the commission de la scolarité. If a tutor rejects your application for whatever reason, keep in mind that you do have the option of presenting your project to another tutor. Students will receive with notification of their acceptance the administrative enrolment form to complete and return. Deadline for administrative enrolment: Friday the 13 th of September For further information, please contact the service de la scolarité: * 190, avenue de France Paris 8 ) Opening Hours : from Monday to Friday 9am to 12am and 2pm to 4pm. 9

12 ENROLMENT FEES Masters: 257 PhD: 388 EHESS Diploma: 254 Free Students: 254 Free Doctoral Studies: 254 Habilitation: Subscription fee for Social Security: 211 Subscription fee for Preventative Medicine:

13 PRESENTATION OF STUDY PROGRAMS MASTERS IN SOCIAL SCIENCES The Master s program in social sciences at the EHESS is a Master s by research. There are 17 subject areas and 23 routes of specialization within which a multitude of courses are available drawing on different disciplines, thematics and area studies. Courses take place principally in Paris but also in Marseille, Toulouse and Lyon. What marks our programs out from those offered at other institutions is the wider access they allow to the ensemble of courses offered at the school, permitting an individualized program of study adapted to the level, profile and objectives of each student. Students are partnered with a tutor whose responsibility it is to supervise work and to assist them in making informed decisions about the direction in which they intend to take their research. This is true also for all students enrolled in the EHESS under joint supervision. For each program, there are enseignants orienteurs : teaching staff on hand to offer students guidance in choosing their tutor and route of specialization. To find out the names and contact details of these staff within your department, please enquire with your department secretary. The Master s program is structured around the UE (unités d enseignement). These are the obligatory courses addressing fundamental and methodological topics within the social sciences. Alongside the latter are a number of optional courses whose entry requirements are set out independently by each department. The unités d enseignement de spécialisation are courses designed to direct students towards their own route of specialization and to assist them in clarifying their research objectives. They constitute the intellectual core of the EHESS, directly linked to the life of its laboratories. The second year of the Master s program is structured around these courses, as the first year is structured around fundamental 11

14 and methodological courses. Certain departments (formations de master), however, allow students to pursue their chosen route of specialization from as early as the first year of the Master s program. Students may, in consultation with their supervisor, move towards a personalized course of studies in their first year, in preparation for specialization in earnest during their second year. Students of each department are in addition required to choose a certain number of courses in other departments of the master s program. Attention: Each master s department has its own conditions for admission, evaluation and accreditation. The contact details of research supervisors and administrative staff as well as brochures for departments are available on the website of the school at the following address: Admission Requirements for the Master s Program Master s level study is composed of two levels (M1 and M2) and is completed over two years. The completion of each level requires the accumulation of 60 credits (see below). Each level is subdivided into two semesters (S1 and S2 for M1: S3 and S4 for M2). Access to M1 is open to all students in possession of a French licence (180 credits after the baccalaureate) or an equivalent qualification corresponding to three years of study in an institution of higher education. Enrolment in M2 may take place for candidates already in possession of the M1, or a qualification corresponding to four years of study in an institution of higher education. Those in possession of the EHESS Diploma can also request enrolment directly into M2. You must both meet the pre-conditions for courses in which you would like to enrol and receive the authorization of your tutor. For the first year of study, the choice of tutor is either the responsibility of the student or can be assumed by the relevant conseil pédagogique (Master Studies Committee), and is based on the dossier submitted by each student in application to the EHESS. In the second year of the Master s program, you should submit your dossier to the research supervisor whose area of specialization seems to fit most closely your own research interests. The latter must be a tutor-researcher in a relevant field of study. In all cases, enrolment is ultimately dependent on the decision of the conseil pédagogique, to whom your proposal is submitted after the approval of a tutor (M1) or director (M2) has been obtained. 12

15 Students whose applications are successful, but who are not yet in possession of the required diploma at the time of application, are admitted on the condition of the future submission of their diploma or on the production of an attestation of successful completion signed by a competent authority. Once your application has been accepted by the relevant department, the service de scolarité (Registrar s office) will, after checking your diplomas, inform you of the decision and will send you the documents required for proceeding with the phase of administrative enrolment. You should return these to the service de la scolarité as early as possible. It is after this phase is completed that you will be entitled to receive your student card. Enrolment may take place either by correspondence or in person during office hours. Should your application be unsuccessful, we will explain to you the reason for its rejection. For further information, consult the heading Inscriptions at the following address: ECTS: European Credit Transfer System ECTS are attributed to seminars at the discretion of the institution concerned and are awarded to students upon successful completion of a course of study and form of assessment. Under the Master s program, courses are organized according to semester, which typically involves 24 hours of teaching, resulting in the accumulation of 6 credits. Masters Program: Subject Areas and Routes of Specialization Paris Economic Analysis and Policy: Sylvie Lambert Secretary: Weronika Leduc 8 ) / 42 Arts and Languages: Jean-Marie Schaeffer Secretary: Sophie Rollin-Massey 8 ) Middle and Far Eastern Studies. Fields, Texts and Social Sciences: Christian Lamouroux et Frédéric Obringer Secretary: 8 ) The Economics of Institutions: Bernard Chavance Informations: 8 ) (de préférence par courriel) 13

16 The Economics of Sustainable Development, Environment and Energy: Jean-Charles Hourcade Secretary: Catherine Boemare ) Ethnology and Social Anthropology: Enric Porqueres i Gené Secretary: Véronique Poullet 8 ) Comparative Studies of Development: Alain Musset Secretary: Marie-Claude Finas 8 ) Political Studies: Gilles Bataillon Secretary: Irina Zolotareva 8 ) Gender, Politics and Sexuality: Laure Bereni and Juliette Rennes Secretary: Christine Garcia 8 ) The History of Sciences, Technologies and Societies: Christophe Bonneuil, Wolf Feuerhahn, Christian Jacob Secretary: Marie-Hélène Lebreton 8 ) Histories and Civilisations: Antoine Lilti (director), Marcello Carastro and Natalia Muchnik (assistant directors) Secretary: Marie Calvary 8 ) Music: Esteban Buch Secretary: Sophie Rollin-Massey 8 ) Contemporary Philosophy: Jérôme Dokic and Frédéric Nef Secretary: Marie-Hélène Lebreton 8 ) Public Policy and Development: Denis Cogneau Secretary: Weronika Leduc 8 ) /42 Interdisciplinary Studies in the Social and Human Sciences: Michel Offerlé and Béatrice Fraenkel Secretary: Salima Alaoui Yazidi 8 ) Health, Population and Social Policy (with the University of Paris XIII): Jean-Paul Gaudillière, Boris Hauray and Bertrand Pulman Secretary: Zeina Bechar 8 ) Cognitive Sciences: Emmanuel Dupoux Secretary: Alexia Chatirichvili 8 ) Sciences of Religions and Society: Catherine Clémentin-Ojha Secretary: 8 ) Sociology and Statistics: Michel Forsé Secretary: Salima Alaoui Yazidi 8 ) General Sociology: Nicolas Dodier Secretary: Christine Garcia 8 ) Territories, Spaces and Societies: Marie-Vic Ozouf-Marignier Secretary: Marie-Claude Finas 8 )

17 Theory of Literature: Jean-Marie Schaeffer Secretary: Sophie Rollin-Massey 8 ) Theory and Analysis of Law: Olivier Cayla Secretary: Roberta Agnese 8 ) Lyon The Comparative History and Archaeology of Medieval Societies (Christian and Muslim Worlds): Jean-Michel Poisson and Jean-Louis Gaulin Secretary: Marie du Halgouët 8 ) Marseille Growth and Economic Development, Econometry and Finance: Pierre-Philippe Combes and Gilles Dufrenot Secretary: Econometry: Pierre-Philippe Combes et Emmanuel Flachaire Secretary: Public Economics and Economic Philosophy: André Lapied and Tanguy Van Ypersele Secretary: Finance: Éric Girardin and Tanguy Van Ypersele Secretary: Comparative Research in Anthropology, History and Sociology: Emmanuel Pedler and Valeria Siniscalchi Secretary: Laure Ginod and Véronique Pierson 8 ) and Toulouse Social and Historical Anthropology: Jean-Pierre Albert Secretary: Brigitte Cousin 8 ) Prehistoric and Proto-Historic Art and Culture (Europe and Africa): François Briois Secretary: Brigitte Cousin 8 ) The Economy of Markets and Organizations: Marc Ivaldi and Farid Gasmi Secretary: Laurence Delorme 8 ) Mathematical Economy and Econometry: Gilles Saint-Paul and Thomas Mariotti Secretary: Laurence Delorme 8 )

18 DOCTORAL STUDIES Doctoral Schools All students holding a masters degree (= 300 credits after the baccalaureate) or an equivalent title requiring a minimum of 5 years of study at an establishment of higher education and the completion of a research dissertation, can enrol in the doctoral program. Students enrolled in the doctoral program belong to a doctoral school, which constitutes an independent administrative and educational body. There are several doctoral schools at the EHESS, working in partnership with other establishments of higher education. Paris ED 286 (in partnership with the ENS École normale supérieure de Paris): Marie-Vic Ozouf-Marignier (director) Head of Administration: Catherine Redon * Bureau 712b 8 ) Secretary: Natacha George * Bureau 712a 8 ) IT is made up of 13 Doctoral Training Programs: Social Anthropology and Ethnology: Enric Porqueres i Gené Secretary: Véronique Poullet 8 ) Arts and Languages: Jean-Marie Schaeffer Secretary: Sophie Rollin-Massey 8 ) Political Studies: Gilles Bataillon Secretary: Irina Zolotareva 8 ) History and Civilisations: Antoine Lilti Secretary: Marie Calvary 8 ) Sciences, Techniques, Forms of Knowledge, History and Society: Kapil Raj Secretary: Marie-Hélène Lebreton 8 ) Music, History and Society: Michael Werner Secretary: Marie-Claude Finas 8 ) Health, Population, and Social Policy: Jean-Paul Gaudillière and Boris Hauray Secretary: Zeina Bechar 8 ) Sciences of Society (in partnership with the ENS-Paris): Florence Weber and Benoît de L Estoile Secretary: Patricia Celton 8 )

19 Social Sciences Marseille: Emmanuel Pedler and Valeria Siniscalchi Secretary: Laure Ginod 8 ) Sociology: Nicolas Dodier Secretary: Christine Garcia 8 ) Territories, Society and Development (Territories, Spaces and Societies; Comparative Studies of Development; Institutions, Technical Systems and Territories): Alain Musset Secretary: Marie-Claude Finas 8 ) The Philosopher and the Social Sciences: Jérôme Dokic, Frédéric Nef Secretary: Marie-Hélène Lebreton 8 ) Multidisciplinary Studies (Law, the Economics of Institutions, Mathematics and Social Sciences) : Jean-Pierre Nadal Secretary: 8 ED 465: Economics Panthéon Sorbonne (in partnership with Paris I, the ENS and the École nationale des Ponts et Chaussées) Composed of one Doctoral Training Program: Economic Analysis and Policy: Sylvie Lambert Secretary: 8 ) ED 468: The Brain, Cognition and Behavior (in partnership with the University of Paris VI and the ENS Paris) Composed of one Doctoral Training Program: Cognitives Sciences: Emmanuel Dupoux Secretary: Alexia Chatirichvili 8 ) Toulouse ED 327: Time, Space, Society, Culture (in partnership with university Toulouse II) Composed of one Doctoral Training Program: Social and Historical Anthropology: Jean-Pierre Albert Secretary: Brigitte Cousin 8 ) ED 171: Midi Pyrénées Economic Sciences (in partnership with University Toulouse 1) Composed of one Doctoral Training Program: Mathematical Economy and Econometry: Marc Ivaldi Secretary: Aude Schloesing 8 ) Administrative Coordination of Doctoral Schools: Catherine Redon * Bureau 712b 8 ) Secretary: Natacha George * Bureau 712a 8 )

20 Enrolment in the Doctoral Program For enrolment in the doctoral program, the applicant must obtain the approval of a prospective supervisor, the director of the doctoral school, the head of the relevant program (formation doctorale) of the doctoral school, and the president of the school. It must be followed by the registration of the intended thesis subject in the STEP database for theses under preparation. Administrative enrolment must subsequently take place each year and be consecutive. Interruption of studies for whatever reason is not permitted. If at the end of the third year you are not yet ready to defend your thesis, a fourth year of enrolment may be granted. Take note that you must be enrolled in the doctoral school during the year of your thesis defense. The service de scolarité automatically sends matriculation forms (2 nd and 3 rd years) to doctoral students by post after the approval of the thesis supervisor has been obtained. Doctoral Charter Every undertaking of doctoral research rests upon an agreement arrived at freely between doctoral student and thesis supervisor. This agreement concerns the choice of subject as well as the basic working conditions required in order to bring the research project to successful completion. Both parties therefore have rights and obligations. The thesis charter defines these reciprocal engagements in terms of the regulatory framework in force and in light of the arrangements in place for supervision at the school, about which you can find out more on the school website. The school is committed to ensuring these are also followed in the case of cotutelle studies. The following signatories are required for enrolment: the doctoral candidate, the thesis supervisor, the director of the relevant research unit, the head of the doctoral school, the director of the doctoral school and the president of the EHESS (or by delegation the president of the commission de scolarité). The thesis charter can be downloaded in PDF format at the following address: fileadmin/diplome_doctorat/charte_des_th%c3%a8ses pdf Cotutelle Studies Doctoral study shared across two institutions requires enrolment from the first year in the doctoral program at the EHESS and in a second foreign university. The candidate shares his time equally 18

21 between the two institutions and is appointed a supervisor in both institutions. Doctoral students must also sign from the first year of enrolment an agreement titled the convention de cotutelle (the form is available from the service de scolarité) in which the location of the eventual thesis defence is determined from the outset as well as the language of the final draft and defence. A summary in both oral and written form in the language of the second university will also be required. All doctoral theses defended at the EHESS must be written in French. At the end of the defence, each institution independently awards its own PhD, resulting in the award of two diplomas. Deadline for requests for cotutelle studies: Wednesday the 9 th of April Templates for the convention de cotutelle can be obtained from the service de la scolarité: 8 ) Candidates in the first year of their PhD within the framework of cotutelle studies are eligible to apply for financial assistance for travel expenses. Co-direction Article 17 of the decree of 7 August 2006 states that: doctoral students carry out their work under the oversight of their thesis supervisor. Supervision of the thesis may be carried out conjointly by two supervisors. Doctoral students who opt for co-direction have their primary enrolment in a single institution, which will issue the degree of PhD on successful completion of the doctoral program. This document will nonetheless make clear the contribution of two co-supervisors to the completed PhD, both of whom will be present on the jury, though neither will preside over the jury nor write any preliminary report. Co-direction is approved on a case by case basis, and must reflect a real and practical complementariness between the fields of expertise of the co-supervisors. For each request, students must be prepared to make a thorough justification of their proposal. Please note also that co-direction can take place across doctoral programs of the EHESS. For further information, please consult the service de la scolarité. 19

22 THE EHESS DIPLOMA At the EHESS we award our own diploma, which is distinct from other university diplomas of an equivalent level insofar as it is not a national diploma. The EHESS Diploma is structured around the completion of a research dissertation on a precisely set out research topic, chosen in consultation with a directeur d études or a maître de conférences. The dissertation must be written in French, constitute an original work and have the quality and presentation worthy of an academic publication. In particular, a bibliography conforming to academic convention is in all cases required. The EHESS Diploma may be awarded for the submission of the following types of work: a critical edition of an academic or literary text; a commented translation of a contemporary or older academic work; a collection of studies grouped around a particular theme; graphic, photographic or cinematographic works; or any other type of work contributing to the advance of an academic field. In all these cases, the agreement of the commission de scolarité must be obtained prior to enrolment and the completion of an accompanying dissertation presenting the work is also required. The EHESS Diploma requires three years of study. A fourth year of study may be granted by the president of the EHESS upon request from the student or dissertation supervisor. This request must be accompanied by supporting documentation, such as medical certificates, proof of progress made or completed sections of the dissertation. A dissertation which remains incomplete after this period may be submitted at a later date with the approval of the supervisor, although reenrolment would be required in such a case. The EHESS Diploma may lead to direct admission into the Master 2 program. Enrolment, however, is not automatic: research supervisors and tutors responsible for the masters program decide on the suitability of the candidate pursuing further studies in his or her chosen field. The EHESS Diploma is also considered by other institutions as a means of access to the Master 2 program, although admission is in all cases at the discretion of the relevant institution. Please note that we run several competitions associated with the Diploma. You should contact your academic division for further information regarding these. There is in particular the prize for best dissertation, worth $1,500, for which all students who have completed the EHESS 20

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