Optional courses and activities

In addition to compulsory classes, students can expand their knowledge and skills by taking part in optional classes
and activities organized in small groups:

  • Film and audiovisual techniques: the student develops skills in cinema and audiovisual analysis and production, and discovers
    the cinema culture
  • Life and Earth sciences in English: the student develops his or her knowledge in Life and Earth sciences outside the common school curriculum, by participating in many activities organized in English: presentations of scientific articles, science cafés and lectures, conferences, debates, etc.
  • DGEMC (law and major challenges of the contemporary world): : study of the major topics that shape the contemporary world through the lens of the law. This option is recommended for future students in law, political science and business.
  • Latin : thanks to the study of Latin, students discover ancient mythology, history, literature, arts, and also develop a better knowledge
    of the French language.
  • Expert or complementary maths: in-depth approach to mathematics for future students in business, economics, medicine or engineering studies.