How to become a teacher
Pre-professionalization: from the Bachelor's degree onwards, identify and build your career path
This programme is open to undergraduate students who wish to become teachers or work in the field of education.
Working in contact with students, with teaching teams, in schools, educational establishments and associations from the second year of the degree favours a gradual entry into the profession of teacher or educator.
The Master MEEF: learning the profession and preparing for the competitive examination
The contents of the MEEF Master's programme contribute to the acquisition of knowledge and skills defined in the various professional reference documents.
The Master's degree aims to provide academic and professional training for teachers and other professionals in education and training.
It includes observation and practical training periods of 6 weeks in Master 1 and 12 weeks in Master 2, which can be carried out abroad. Paid part-time work-study contracts are also offered to Master 2 students.
From 2022 onwards, students enrolled in a Master 2 programme will be able to sit for the competitive recruitment exams organised by the Ministry of National Education, Youth and Sport.
Initial training for teachers and CPEs in the Inspé
The winners of the competitive examinations are appointed as trainee civil servants and must undergo appropriate training that balances professional practice and training, thus accompanying them as they take up their posts as teachers or CPEs.
The personalisation of training courses takes into account, among other things, the type of Master's degree obtained (MEEF Master's degree) and professional experience (work-study contract).
Key figures for the Aix-Marseille Inspe
20 training courses
4 training sites
160 education professionals