The Master AIRE - Interdisciplinary Approaches in Research and Education - targets future researchers and entrepreneurs in Life Sciences, Learning Sciences and Digital Sciences. Its curriculum offers cutting-edge courses and a learning-by-doing training based on several internships in labs, startups or companies.
This interdisciplinary master offers teaching in life sciences, learning sciences and digital sciences to students who want scientific training to develop innovative and useful projects in an international community of high-level researchers. It is particularly aimed at students who already have a solid background and feel capable of developing their own projects.
All tracks deliver a high-level training in critical thinking, design, communication and soft skills to help students build their research and career trajectories. The Master is designed to adjust the student’s needs for building their desired portfolio.
CRI campus is located in the heart of the Marais district in Paris. Students studying at CRI profit from a vibrating ecosystem rich in seminars, research groups, global initiatives about research and education, club activities, and 150 square meters of students' lab space.
The Institute hosts several Citizen Science initiatives and weekly seminars and events, with the scope of promoting quality research and sustainable development in science, education and the digital revolution.
At the CRI, there are as many cultures and backgrounds as there are reasons to learn and practice IT. In the training various profiles are cohabitants:
Master AIRE is part of EURIP Graduate School for Interdisciplinary Research
Students are coming to the AIRE Master with their own project, or at least with an intention. During their training, students will have the opportunity to develop projects directly during the classes. Collaborative working is at the heart of the pedagogy in every course: the richness of your different backgrounds helps to create multifaceted, well-rounded projects where everyone contributes and everyone learns something new. It also helps you put in a real-life context the object of your studies. If it’s relevant for both the students and the teachers.
Teachers are not the only ones to be active during a session: students are also expected to contribute actively. They give feedback to the teacher and vice-versa. The output is formalized and there is a reflexive debrief step at the end of the session. All courses are structured slightly differently, but in all of them, the students’ contribution is fundamental, and object of evaluation.
Students are coming from many different backgrounds. This diversity is one of the most enriching features for the Master. At the beginning of the year, students will need the skills and ideas from each other to catch up on some of the courses. This is how you will learn the most: sharing your knowledge and “teaching” to your colleagues. This is very important in the dynamic of the Master.