École Normale supérieure de Lyon

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y École Normale Supérieure de Lyon yn elitaidd sefydliad cyhoeddus Ffrangeg sy'n hyfforddi athrawon, ymchwilwyr, uwch weision sifil yn ogystal ag arweinwyr busnes a gwleidyddol. Mae myfyrwyr yn dewis eu cyrsiau ac yn rhannu eu hamser rhwng hyfforddiant ac ymchwil yn y gwyddorau a'r dyniaethau. Fe'i sefydlwyd yn 1880, y ENS de Lyon hefyd yn canolbwyntio ar ymchwil addysgol. Mae'n symbol o meritocratiaeth Weriniaethol Ffrangeg ac mae'n parhau i ymrwymo heddiw i ledaenu gwybodaeth i'r gynulleidfa ehangaf ac i hyrwyddo cyfle cyfartal.

Mae'r ENS de Lyon yn rhan o'r Université de Lyon ac yn cefnogi ymchwil o ansawdd sydd wedi ennill ei fedal Fields (Cedric Villani, 2010) a llawer o fedalau CNRS. Mae'n annog astudiaethau rhyngddisgyblaethol i feithrin gwell dealltwriaeth o faterion cyfoes cymhleth.

ymchwil top-hedfan ac academyddion, bywyd cyfoethog myfyriwr ... Darganfod 8 o'r nifer o resymau pam fod myfyrwyr o bob cwr o'r byd Astudiaeth yn y ENS de Lyon.

ysgolion / colegau / adrannau / cyrsiau / Cyfadrannau


Science departments

  • Bioleg
  • Cemeg
  • Cyfrifiadureg
  • Gwyddorau Daear
  • mathemateg
  • Ffiseg

Humanities departments

  • celf: History or Art, Cinema and Theater
  • Foreign Languages: Ieithyddiaeth, Civilizations and Literatures
  • Ffrangeg: French and Francophone, modern, Medieval and Classical Literature
  • Gwyddorau dynol: athroniaeth, hanes, Daearyddiaeth
  • Gwyddorau cymdeithasol: Anthropoleg, Cymdeithaseg

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The Fontenay school, for girls, was founded by the decree of 13 Gorffennaf 1880.

The Saint-Cloud school, for boys, was founded by the decree of 22 Rhagfyr 1882. These two École Normale Supérieure were founded by Jules Ferry.

1887: The decree of 18 Ionawr 1887 transformed the previous institutions into Écoles normales supérieures de l’enseignement primaire (of primary education), institutions which were free and modern, that is without compulsory Latin. The pupils were granted scholarships and were recruited using a competitive examination open to holders of the higher diploma or the baccalaureate who had signed a ten-year service commitment.

1897: The length of studies was increased from two to three years.

1945: The decree of 19 Chwefror 1945 granted both institutions the title of Écoles normales préparatoires à l’enseignement secondaire (institutions of preparation for secondary education). Pupils trained for the CAEC, then the CAPES teaching qualifications.

1956: The length of studies was increased to four years and the preparation of the agrégation teaching qualification appeared in the regulations.

As part of France’s process of decentralisation, the scientific departments moved to Lyon in 1987, with the creation of the École Normale Supérieure de Lyon.

Humanities students remained in what was called the ENS de Fontenay/St Cloud. Yn 2000, the humanities were transferred to the École Normale Supérieure Lettres et Sciences Humaines, also located in the Gerland district.

ar 1 Ionawr 2010, the scientific branch and the arts, humanities and social sciences branch merged to become a single institution, retaining the name École Normale Supérieure de Lyon.


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