The CCC Research-Based Master Programme commits to provide access to education to all interested people, regardless of their educational backgrounds or levels. Auditors can choose from a selection of learning units. The project is based on the principle of lifelong learning.
In agreement with the Faculté des Lettres, University of Geneva, some CCC Programme courses are open to the students of the History of Art Department.
Regularly, in agreement with the Geneva Département de l’Instruction Publique, one session of continuous learning (Formation Continue FOCO) addressed to teachers and professors of secondary and superior education is organized in collaboration with CCC Programme.
Auditors are welcome to the following courses:
- Critical Studies is preparing students to confront, with critical acuity and creative response, an increasingly complex geopolitical world in mutation. It refers to works of political, economic and legal thinking. The course sources the critical theory of history, Frankfurt School, Marx, Gender Theory, Postcolonial Studies, and critical re-readings in Art History.
- Political Studies introduces the current and emerging stakes of a globalized contemporary world with an emphasis on transitional justice, reconciliation politics and memory strategies.
- Cross-Cultural Studies references the Birmingham School to examine the epochal phenomena of contemporary cultural history. It introduces a specialized research on the notions of subculture, identity micropolitics, critical pedagogy.