On this page you will find the list of documents that students will require throughout the academic year.
Compiling a Student File
Throughout the academic year, some documents will be requested from students. They must be submitted to the Secretariat by the required deadlines.
The optional subjects “Audio-visual Translation, Subtitling/Dubbing” includes an end-of-studies personal project based on a professional work placement.
The optional subjects “Multilingual Negotiation” includes an end-of-studies personal project based on a multilingual work placement.
Several steps needs to be carried out before a work placement can be completed:
If the work placement host believes that the work of the trainee poses no risk, they must complete an "absence of risk" form.
If the work placement host believes that the trainee’s work represents any form of risk, they must complete a “risk assessment” form.
If the “risk assessment” form is positive, the student will be asked to undergo a medical examination. The Prevention and Occupational Health Service, who will assess the health risks related to the work placement, must complete a medical examination form.
No student whose risk assessment is positive will start their work placement without undergoing a medical examination.
Defending Master Theses
This information is available only to students registered on optional scientific subjects (speech sciences, language teaching, language and cognition, translation studies).
The course programme foresees the defence of a Master thesis that the student may carry out in the first or second examination session.
For various organisational reasons, the student must complete and send their Master thesis defence application form to their supervisor (first or second session).The dates that these documents must be sent by is stated in the email and on the information document accompanying the programme schedule.
A person may be authorised to collect documents from the IRSTL secretariat. To do this, the person giving this authorisation must sent a proxy form to the authorised person who will report to the secretariat with valid identification.
Collecting Degree Certificates
Students are informed by post that their degree certificate is available for collection.
The degree certificate may be collected by the student in person or by any other person representing the student.
To do this, the student must complete a proxy form.