University degree in Innovative Scientific Mediation

A critical reflection on the communication of science and technology

The University Diploma (DU) Innovative Scientific Mediation is a continuing education programme, delivered by Université Paris Cité and hosted at the Learning Planet Institute.

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Participants critically reflect on science and technology communication (STC), as well as on its role in participatory science, socio-technical controversies, open science, and responsible research and innovation.

This university degree also provides a toolkit for innovative and emerging science mediation schemes and introduces students to a wide network of STC professionals.

When?

  • Applications take place in February and March.
  • The course runs from mid-April to Mid-June.
  • 119 hours of classes and workshops spread over 2 months
  • Evening training (schedule available on request)

 

Who can join this course?

  • People with an undergraduate degree (L3)
  • Teachers or students with a scientific background 
  • Professionals in science and/or in scientific culture, or wishing to work in scientific mediation 
  • Researchers who devote a significant part of their activity to scientific and technical communication
  • People looking for a job or a career change in the field of scientific mediation

To receive information on the current year course (calendar, detailed course programme, application form, fees), please contact the university degree programme.

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