Individual appointments You should be as autonomous as possible in the fourth year, capable of using English in your research as and when you need it. If you want extra help with writing letters or CVs (CV clinic), preparing portfolios in English, making applications for internships, jobs, artists’ residencies or simply want to chat, please get in touch directly or via email.
- There are two main tasks for everyone to do this year...
During the year, short workshops in writing CVs and applying for jobs, residencies or grants can be organized depending on time available and viral constraints. Just ask. You are welcome to join other years for sessions on building web sites, interactive installations based on Arduino, Processing, LED arrays, lighting etc. Stay tuned for news.
Visit Adrien Dubouché Ceramics Museum (if it opens in the present covid times) and complete the following questionnaire. The last questions require some detective work in libraries and on the internet.
Sunny skies in Limoges ? Then it’s perfect weather to get out of school and investigate statues and gardens around town. Download instructions here.
Take a look here for plenty of guidance and examples on how to write an abstract in English for your dissertation.
And while we are on the subject of formal or academic English, I would like you to meet Professor Pootwattle who is here to help you find a suitable subject for your dissertation.
- Write a progress report on your dissertation (mémoire) and also on how your own research is going for the final project next year. You should also prepare a short talk about this based on ten slides - a bit like a mini PechaKucha.
- Send an internship report via emails during your work experience period and a written final report at the end of your internship.