Master – Teaching, education and training professions (MEEF), 2nd degree | Mathematics, Physical and chemical sciences

Domain: Sciences, technologies and health in tropical environments

Course: Mathematics, Physical and Chemical Sciences

ECTS credits


level of studies
at the end of training

Baccalaureate + 5

Teaching locations

Saint-Denis – Bellepierre site

Type of training : Master

Training regime: Initial formation

Training summary

The MEEF mathematics, physical and chemical sciences is structured, like all MEEF courses, around a common core allowing students to access a shared culture specific to the professions of teaching, education and training in Reunion context.

Training aims

This course is aimed at students wishing to train as teachers of mathematics and physical and chemical sciences in vocational high schools. It offers a set of courses enabling the acquisition and development of professional skills, preparation for the external civil service recruitment competition (CAPLP in mathematics - physical and chemical sciences) and training through research in the fields relating to education.

The training is based on an integrative logic linking courses and teaching content. Disciplinary and didactic learning are combined so that students can gradually move from distanced reflection to professional practice.

The mathematics - physical and chemical sciences course is structured, like all MEEF courses, around a common core allowing students to access a shared culture specific to the professions of teaching, education and training in Reunion context.

Advantages of the training

The MEEF Master's degree in mathematics, physical and chemical sciences at the National Higher Institute of Teaching and Education (INSPE) in Reunion Island has the advantages of allowing students to learn progressively and through work-study training. teaching profession. It offers students a four-semester course, allowing the validation of a national Master MEEF diploma.

Recruitment competitions are organized at the end of the second year of the Master's degree.

To become a middle or high school teacher, passing the competitive exam is a mandatory step which requires good knowledge, both practical and theoretical.

Targeted skills

This course leads to acquiring and developing plural skills. The student must in particular be able to:

  • Know the profession of teacher and civil servant of the State

  • Contextualize the knowledge and skills acquired as part of the specific preparation for competitive exams

  • Understand the diversity of school populations and teach one or more disciplines in accordance with middle and high school programs

  • Analyze professional practices

  • Implement a research approach based on a professional question identified on the internship sites

  • Write and defend a professional dissertation

Sheet of the National Directory of Professional Certifications (RNCP)

Summary of lessons by course

The training is organized in three blocks:

Setting and context

  • The teacher involved in the educational community and the public service of National Education

Knowledge and learning

  • The teacher, pilot of his teaching, effective in the transmission of knowledge and the construction of learning

Reflective and professional practice

  • The teacher, reflective practitioner, actor of his/her professional development


This professional training is punctuated by several internships in middle and high schools in our academy.

Specific devices

Not concerned

Conditions of access to training

On file, baccalaureate + 3 or equivalent

Continuing Studies


Career opportunities

  • Certified vocational high school teacher in mathematics, physical and chemical sciences (subject to success in the competitive examination)

  •  Jobs in the field of dissemination of scientific and technical culture

  •  Become suitable for the functions of academic trainer (Certificate of Aptitude for the Functions of Academic Trainer (CAFFA)

Indirect outlets:

  • School teacher competition

  • Public and territorial service competition

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