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You wish to be hosted on a research internship in the DCS research laboratory.

Contact us dcs@univ-nantes.fr

The expansion and development of international relations are new commitments for theLaboratory.

As such, its objectives must enable all lecturers, researchers and doctoral students to build research partnerships abroad throughout their working careers. Always in a perspective of cross-border knowledge sharing, DCS is dedicated to attracting foreign lecturers, researchers and doctoral candidates.
International law is affected by these measures and more and more areas of the law benefit from exchanges of comparative law. These interactions exist through the partnerships that we have developed with several European and non-European countries.

The administrative team is available to provide assistance with periods of mobility abroad

Visiting Professors and guest Researchers – Research stays

Meet the non-permanent members of the laboratory : Who are they visiting us ?

Coming to The Law and Social Change (DCS) Laboratory

If you would like to join the laboratory, please contact us by email (dcs@univ-nantes.fr) to send a request and for information regarding the steps to be taken before you arrive.

Foreign lecturers, Researchers and Doctoral students visiting us from:

- Europe (United Kingdom, Belgium, Spain, Greece, Italy, Ireland, Lithuania, Portugal, Czech Republic, Russia, Switzerland)
- South America (Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica)
- Africa (Burkina Faso, Cameroon)
- Asia (Japan, Turkey)

Members have already gone abroad to

- Europe (Germany, Belgium, Bulgaria, Spain, Greece, Italy, Norway, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, United Kingdom, Switzerland)
- Africa (Benin, Burkina Faso, Morocco, Senegal)
- North America (Canada, United States)
- South America (Brazil, Colombia, French Guiana)
- South Asia (India)
- Oceania (Australia)

International attractiveness among young researchers

Our doctoral students come from every continent :

- Europe (1 doctoral student): Germany
- Africa (31 doctoral students): Algeria, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Comoros, Gabon, Iraq, Iran, Côte d’Ivoire, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Mozambique, Senegal, Syria, Tunisia
- Latin America (9 doctoral students): Brazil, Colombia, Haiti, Peru
- Asia (3 doctoral students): Thailand, Vietnam

International Research training courses

Please click here for more information

INTERNATIONAL CENTRE - (office no. 119)
Lucile Marciniak – International Relations Officer
Catherine Del Cont – Vice Dean of International Relations

Management of ERASMUS students, international exchange programmes, French-British, French-German, French-Spanish courses


Mis à jour le 04 June 2021.