Master – Teaching, education and training professions (MEEF), 1st Degree | School Teacher

Domain: Cultures, territories and plural societies in the Indian Ocean

Career: School Teacher (PE)

ECTS credits


level of studies
at the end of training

Baccalaureate + 5

Teaching locations

Saint-Denis – Bellepierre site
Le Tampon – Le Tampon Campus

Type of training : Master

Training regime: Initial formation

Training summary

This course is aimed at students wishing to train as school teachers.

It allows them to follow a set of diversified courses enabling them to acquire and develop professional skills, to prepare for external civil service recruitment competitions and to learn about and through research in areas relating to 'Education.

Training aims

The MEEF PE Master has a dual objective: to prepare both for the recruitment competition and for the profession of School Teacher (PE). It is part of an integrative logic articulating teaching content and observation and supported practice courses.

Disciplinary, didactic and transversal learning are combined so that students can move back and forth between distanced reflection and professional practice, particularly in the context of introductory research activities and analysis of practices.

This initial professional training culminates in obtaining the national Master MEEF PE diploma.

Advantages of the training

Due to its logic of alternation between internships, theoretical lessons and analysis of professional practices, the Master MEEF PE is the training most suited to both preparation for the school teacher recruitment competition, and the construction of professional, concrete and lasting skills necessary for today's teaching profession.

Targeted skills

The MEEF PE master's degree aims to acquire the professional skills necessary to exercise the profession of school teacher:
Know the profession of teacher and civil servant of the State
Master disciplinary knowledge and their didactics
Build, implement and facilitate teaching and learning situations
Evaluate student progress and acquisitions
Integrate the elements of digital culture necessary for the exercise of your profession
Know the context of practicing the profession
Acquire methodological tools
Analyze professional practices
Implement a research approach based on a professional question identified on one of the internship sites
Produce and support a professional dissertation. 

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Summary of lessons by course

The training is organized in three blocks:

Setting and context

  • The teacher, actor in the educational community and public service of the Énational education

Knowledge and learning

  • A versatile teacher, effective in the transmission of fundamental knowledge and the construction of learning. These skills are specific to school teaching: fundamental knowledge, didactics and pedagogy in the different disciplines, to prepare students for the versatility at the heart of the PE profession.

Reflective and professional practice

  • The teacher, reflective practitioner, actor of his/her professional development Internships in school: 2 x 3 consecutive weeks in Master 1, then 12 weeks alternating (every other week for 24 weeks)

Research dissertation with a professional aim
Modern Foreign Language (with a view to obtaining a B2 level)

These skills constitute a common core with other MEEF courses, allowing students to access a shared culture between teaching, education and training professionals, in the Reunion context.


In the 1st year of the Master's degree, students benefit from six weeks of observation and supported practice internship.

In the 2nd year, the student completes an internship lasting a total of twelve weeks, either with a work-study contract in responsibility, or with an observation and supported practice internship. These courses are compulsory.

Specific devices

Not concerned

Conditions of access to training

On file, baccalaureate + 3 or equivalent

Continuing Studies


Career opportunities

This MEEF Master naturally leads to multidisciplinary first-level teaching, since it prepares for the School Teacher Recruitment Competition (CRPE).

The Master's degree also allows you to move towards other professions accessible outside CRPE:

  • Teaching abroad or in private organizations

  • Animation of cultural or fun activities

  • Training, educational engineering

  • Academic and professional guidance

  • Etc

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