Steen : sociétés en transitions économiques, écologiques et numériques

Economic ecological and digital transition, human sciences, interdisciplinary, innovative
Contemporary societies are facing challenges linked to deep changes, including three transitions: the economic transition, the ecological transition, and the digital transition. The Steen thematic program is how societies interpret and understand the transformations linked to the three transitions, and create systems and economic activities, employment and value. The Steen program is based on an interdisciplinary, international, and innovative approach to be able to understand them well, explain their mechanisms and processes, and propose ambitious solutions. The program collaborates with the UGA Design Factory as part of its Green University theme school.
The objective of the Steen thematic program is to train for research through research in the social sciences, and mainly economics, management, sociology and political science. The Steen program is based on an interdisciplinary, international, and innovative approach to be able to understand them well, explain their mechanisms and processes, and propose ambitious solutions.

Master tracks from 4 departments of UGA are affiliated: in management at IAE (UGA business school), in social sciences at Sciences Po Grenoble (IEP), in economics and sociology at FEG and SHS departments (UFRs) and in the Faculty of Law.

PhD tracks within 3 doctoral schools are affiliated, in management (EDSG), economy (EDSE), in law and social sciences (ED SHPT).

The Steen program implies, at master’s level, annual participation in an interdisciplinary and collective research project (4 ECTS) and participation in the two summer / winter schools per year (2 ECTS awarded for one of them). These activities bring together students from M1 and M2, and credits specific to the STEEN program are delivered on the same activities in both years.

Training for and through research, this new structure of the Master's - Doctorate cycle will enable you to build your professional project year after year, whether in academic or industrial research, the private sector or entrepreneurship. Trained in research and through research, students benefit from numerous employment opportunities in the public, private or entrepreneurial sectors, but also in the academic world

How to apply

Courses are taught in French.

To apply to this programme, you must first be admitted to the first year of a Master's programme in one of the following courses:

Specific courses for this thematic programme

M1 + M2 (6 ECTS each year) :
  1. Annual participation in an interdisciplinary and collective research project (4 ECTS).
  2. Participation in the two summer / winter schools per year (2 ECTS).

Participating doctoral schools

  • École doctorale Sciences de l'Homme, du politique et du territoire
  • École doctorale Sciences juridiques
  • École doctorale Sciences de gestion
  • École doctorale Sciences économiques

To apply

Applications are open for the 2022-2023 academic year.

In order to finalize your application to this thematic program, please upload any letter of admission (or proof of application) for the Master's program to which you were admitted, as well as a CV or resume.
   
Updated on  September 21, 2022