Sciences, Texts, Language (STL)        


                           In Lille 3 University, two graduate programs (Master’s) are linked to STL via some of their specializations and options.


Master’s in “Arts, Literature, Languages and Communication” (ALLC:Arts, Lettres, Langues et Communication)

Specialized in « Language Sciences » 

"Linguistics" option.

Automatic Processing: Languages, Dictionaries, Terminology, Corpus” option.

Interpreting: French sign language <=> French” option.

“ French as a Foreign Language (FLE), Teaching language and culture “ option.

Specialized in “Languages, Cultures and Interculturality”

“French as a Foreign Language (FLE), Teaching language and culture (FLE/S track and English track)” option (jointly with EA1764 Théodile)

"Applied Foreign Language Studies, Master in specialised multilingual translation: technologies and project management" option. Member of the "Réseau EMT.

Specialized in “Literature”

Ancient, Medieval and Renaissance languages and literature” option.


Master’s in “Human and Social Sciences”

Specialized in “Philosophy”

“Ethics, Politics and Society” option.

“History of Sciences, Logic, Epistemology” option.

with two tracks:
Logic and Epistemology
and “History of Sciences” (jointly validated with Lille 1 University , where it is a research option in the “Materials Science: Physics-Chemistry” specialization on the Master’s in “Sciences and Technologies”).

Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art” option.

Philosophy and History of Philosophy” option.

Specialized in “Sciences in Antiquity” (jointly with the HALMA/IPEL research unit).

Poetics and Cultural Anthropology” option



STL offers both its PhD students and its Master’s students four specialist research libraries,

three at Lille 3 University:

in Classical Philology
(Room B4.056, building B, Forum -2 level),

in Philosophy and History of Sciences
(Room 112, Maison de la Recherche),

in Linguistics
(Room B4.148, building B, Forum -1 level)

and a library specialized in History of Science at Lille 1 University (Physics Faculty, building P5bis, UFR de Physique, Room 002).

Contact: Caroline Taillez