Each year we welcome about 120 participants in the program! Students are coming from all over the world and from very different backgrounds (Educational Science, Computer Science, Psychology, Economy, Design, Medicine, Humanities, Biology, Cognitive Sciences, etc.). This diversity is an exceptional opportunity for students to discover the power and efficiency of collaborative and mutual teaching and learning.
The selection is based on proven interest in interdisciplinarity, your motivation and previous record, as well as an interview with our pedagogical team.
Candidates with a M2 diploma or an Engineering degree are elegible for M1 or M2. Foreign students are advised to check Campus France website for related information.
Our program is open to lifelong education for all (professionals, teachers, vocational retraining, etc...) and apprenticeship (through CFA Afia). Apprenticeship is available in M2 and in some exceptional cases in the second semester of M1. Once you have been admitted, we advise you to contact us in order to prepare your project in the Master.
There are few steps to follow before becoming a AIRE Master student. You must fill in the application form accordingly to the curicculum you want to follow: LIFE SCIENCES, LEARNING SCIENCES, and DIGITAL SCIENCES.
The form requires some preparation and specific pieces of information, make sure you have everything that is needed. If you do not have all these documents yet, please note that you can still apply. They will be required as soon as you have them:
After completing the form, a link will be given to you in order to modify your answers, so be sure to copy it. Please note that only fully filled applications will be reviewed by the jury.
Two weeks after the application period closes, selected candidates will receive an invitation by the mid-May for an interview that will take place online on ZOOM by the third or last week of May.
If you are selected, you will receive an authorization to register as a student of Université Paris Cité. The administrative registration is personal and under appointment, typically in September.