International Track (Parcours international)
The International Track is an optional course offered to 2nd year (L2) students or 3rd (L3) year in the Bachelor's Degree in Human Sciences. It runs over two semesters from.
It is aimed at students studying anthropology, education, psychology, sociology, sport sciences at the University of Bordeaux who have returned from a period of study abroad, who wish in the future to study abroad or simply wish to have an international experience at home. It is open to at-home students and international students.
The International Track is a project-based course aimed at developing intercultural awareness. It has a dual objective: to develop your communication skills for studying in an international context, to develop your skills in human science methodology. The course is entirely taught in English, jointly run by English for specific purposes teachers and psychology and sociology lecturers.
This course explores the theme of diversity in its broadest sense: diversity in schools, social diversity, narratives of diversity, diversity in the workplace, diversity of practices, cultural diversity, diversity and institutions, diversity policies etc. Students participating in the course work collaboratively on a capsule project in which they design, produce, film and present at an event a short documentary that draws on the theme of diversity from their chosen perspective and compares international contexts and issues.
The course will run on a Thursday afternoon on the Victoire Campus.