A FIRST IN FRANCE: POSSIBILITY OF CONTINUING VIA A MASTER'S IN PODIATRY AT UNIVERSITY

On 24 April 2009:
  • the Faculty of Sports Science, Université de la Méditerranée, AIX-MARSEILLE II,
  • the Faculty of Medicine, Université de la Méditerranée, AIX-MARSEILLE II,
  • the Marseilles Podiatry School
 signed an original and unique agreement in France:

NEW IN MARSEILLES - A MASTER'S DEGREE SPECIALISING IN RESEARCH, WITH HUMAN PATHOLOGY
(Open to Podiatry students possessing the State Diploma and qualified Podiatrists already in activity)
START OF ACADEMIC YEAR 2010-2011
 
In order to enhance the specific training offering in the podiatry field, the three institutions have developed a Master's level training programme open to podiatrists (equivalent to French baccalauréat level + 5 years of higher study). The course is designed to round out the podiatry student's existing knowledge.
 
The course comprises two programmes:
 
  • the MASTER M1 "STAPS" programme is research-oriented and focuses on a single theme, namely human movement and its determinants – nervous, physiological, mechanical, behavioural, cognitive and societal – in their normal and pathological dimensions. The "STAPS" MASTER is co-accredited with the following universities: Montpellier 1 – Toulon-Var – Nice-Sophia Antipolis – Avignon-Pays de Vaucluse.
  • the MASTER M2 "MEDICINE" is a research-oriented programme centred on environment and health and focusing on a multi-disciplinary theme of human pathology. The programme aims to provide students with the scientific basis needed to understand the inter-dependence between man and his environment, and the indispensable tools for conducting research into the potential consequences of environmental changes or disruption, whether natural or anthropic in origin.
 

INFORMATION – ENROLMENT TO MASTER M1, HUMAN MOVEMENT SCIENCES:


Field: Science and Technologies (ST)
Category: Science and Techniques of Physical and Sporting Activities ("STAPS")
 

RESEARCH speciality and 4 specialisation options

  1. Visual-Motor Control and Apprenticeship
  2. Physiology of Exercise
  3. Biomechanics of Movement
  4. Anthropology, Sociology and Psychology

Contact

Marseilles Podiatry School (MPS)
206, bd de Plombières
13014 Marseille FRANCE
Phone: +334 91 58 16 72
Fax: +334 91 63 65 93
Contacter l'École de Podologie de Marseille par Emailsecretariat.epm@bbox.fr

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