School of Diplomacy
The courses offered by the school of diplomacy are designed to transmit core knowledge of international relations that are required to have a strong foundation in this key subject. Access to an international body of lecturers and practitioners drawn from major institutions gives our students an edge in developing a career in diplomacy, academia, journalism, international organisations, international corporations or NGOs.
During the classroom study, students acquire and develop analytical and synthesis skills through a range of differentiated learning tasks. Through a combination of case studies, individual and group research assignments, student-led learning and attendance at conferences and seminars.
Each module is evaluated and leads to the acquisition of ECTS credits. At the end of the programme cycle, the student undertakes an internship or writes a dissertation for which he/she is assigned a mentor. The topic of the dissertation bears on one of the subjects covered during the curriculum and, at both the bachelor’s and master’s level, an oral defence of the dissertation is done in front of a jury comprising two or more professors.
This school has both an English and a French section for all programmes from bachelors to the doctorate level.