Sciences of Antiquity (EDOCSA)
University of Lausanne - Faculty of Arts
University of Geneva - Faculty of Arts
University of Fribourg - Faculty of Arts
University of Neuchâtel - Faculty of Arts and Humanities
|WEB SITE OF THE PROGRAMME: http://antiquite.cuso.ch/|
Direction of the programme:
Prof. Matthieu Honegger (UNINE)
Ms Camille Fallet
Université de Neuchâtel c/o Laténium
Espace Paul Vouga
The "Sciences of Antiquity" doctoral programme aims to provide doctoral students with scientific and methodological support by pursuing three objectives.
Firstly, it aims to supplement the training of doctoral students through a personalised approach in disciplinary fields that they have not previously studied in their degree courses (for example, through an introduction to technical disciplines such as papyrology, epigraphy, numismatics or the study of a specific aspect of ancient languages such as ecdotics, metrics or Byzantine Greek).
Secondly, it extends the knowledge of doctoral students in various advanced fields related to the subject of their theses through teaching, research seminars, post-graduate seminars, symposia or study days.
Lastly, the doctoral programme offers doctoral students a meeting place and an intellectual forum which can help them overcome their isolation and integrate them in the international research circuit.
Duration of the programme: 3 years
Teaching language: Teaching in French, lectures in the main European languages.
Subject to changes.
Last update: 13 July 2011