Publisher: Nick Hall – Updated on 31/03/2021
LEGOS is involved in teaching in several institutions, mainly the Paul Sabatier University (Toulouse III), from the bachelor’s to the master’s level, as well as in engineering schools, and through doctoral training. It is also responsible for two masters programmes abroad.
- Licences :
- L1 (Math-Physics-Chemistry and Earth Sciences)
- L3 (Physics), L3 (Physical and Chemical Sciences)
- L2 (Earth and Environmental Sciences)
- L3 (Reorientation Earth Environment)
- Masters :
- M2 SOAC-OA Oceanography and Applications at CIPMA/Univ. of Abomey Calavi, Cotonou, Benin. (UPS co-degree since 2011).
- In Vietnam, M1, M2 “Water Environment and Oceanography”, Univ. of Science and Technology of Hanoi, (since 2011, Co-diploma with UPS until August 2019, end of accreditation in 2021).
- In Cape Verde, M1, M2, “Climate Change and Marine Sciences”, University of Mindelo.
LEGOS professors are also involved in non-thematic teaching from bachelor to master level in applied mathematics, physics and chemistry at the UPS in Toulouse.
- Toulouse University Research School of Earth and Space Sciences, Toulouse Graduate School of Earth and Space Science TESS
- lSAE engineering school – 2nd and 3rd year, option “space applications in oceanography”.
- Many courses on ocean and atmospheric dynamics are available in video and pdf.
LEGOS organises field courses for Masters students, including a one-week course in Banyuls sur mer, with boarding, for Masters 1 and 2 students.
The Laboratory also regularly organises summer schools.
LEGOS is also responsible for two Master’s programmes abroad, co-degree with the UPS, the M2 Regional Master in Oceanography and Applications (M2 SOAC-OA), and the M1, M2 “Water Environment and Oceanography” programme, Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Vietnam since 2011 (co-degree with the UPS).
Finally, the laboratory hosts many PhD students within the framework of the Doctoral School “Sciences of the Universe, Environment and Space” of the University of Toulouse. Its scientific and technical environment allows for quality training through research, with access to know-how on satellite data via the CTOH and the Multi-sensor Workshop; on digital technology via the Digital Workshop; and on instrumental platforms (nuclear spectrometry and mass spectrometry) or the LEGOS clean room.