Supplementary classes

To access  this Master, students must have a good command of certain subjects. If this is not the case, they must add supplementary classes at the beginning of their Master’s programme in order to obtain the prerequisites for these studies.

What is a preparatory module?

It is a set of supplementary classes (courses, practical works, seminars, etc.) from the first cycle (see the non-exhaustive list below). The complementary module (maximum 60 credits) is tailor-made by the jury according to the student's educational background and added to the Master’s programme in order to acquire fundamental knowledge to then pursue the 120 credits of the Master’s programme.

Who is it for?
  • Students from a non-university higher education institution
  • Candidates admitted with additional training
  • Candidates admitted on the file with additional training

All the explanations are in this document (in French).


Mandatory Greek and Latin Languages : (40 credits)
FR q2  30h+15h  5 credits    
Mandatory LGLOR1173  Greek Language I
FR q2  30h+15h  5 credits    
Mandatory LGLOR1271  Greek Language II
FR q1+q2  30h+22.5h  5 credits    
Mandatory LGLOR1371  Greek Language III
FR q1+q2  30h+22.5h  5 credits    
FR q2  30h+15h  5 credits    
Mandatory LGLOR1143  Latin language I
FR q2  30h+15h  5 credits    
Mandatory LGLOR1241  Latin Language II
FR q1+q2  30h+22.5h  5 credits    
Mandatory LGLOR1341  Latin Language III
FR q1+q2  30h+22.5h  5 credits    
Mandatory Greek and Latin Authors : (10 credits)
FR q1+q2  45h  5 credits    
FR q1+q2  45h  5 credits    
FR q1+q2  45h  5 credits    
FR q1+q2  45h  5 credits    
Mandatory Greek and Latin Literature : (5 credits)
FR q1+q2  45h  5 credits    
Optional LGLOR1431  Latin Literature
FR q1+q2  45h  5 credits