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Dual degree: M.A. in International Relations and Diplomacy / Master of International Service

Dual degree: M.A. in International Relations and Diplomacy / Master of International Service

American Graduate School in Paris
Marinella Bergese
101 boulevard Raspail
75006 Paris  75006
Int'l Phone: +33 (1) 47.20.00.94

Website: www.ags.edu/international-relations/degree-programs/dual-program-with-american-university-washington-internationa
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Europe: France: Paris


Host Inst.: American Graduate School in Paris (France) / American University (Washington, DC, USA)

Dates: Spring and Fall intakes

Subject: African studies, Asian studies, Conflict studies, European studies, Gender studies, Government, Human rights, International law, International organizations, International relations, International studies, Internships, Middle Eastern studies, Peace studies, Political science and politics

Eligibility:
Level: Srs, Grads, Adults, Professionals
Requires: 3.00 GPA, TOEFL or IELTS score except for native English speakers & students who did previous studies in an Anglophone institution
Age Average: 27

Credit:
Undergrad Credit: None
Grad Credit: Avail
Grad: 12 to 15 credit hours per sem.
Transfer Credit Through: case-by-case
Document Awarded: degree

Cost:
Overall Program Costs: Total for for both degrees (2.5 or 3 years): EUR 62,354 approx. (MA: EUR 40,354 + MIS: USD 26,009)
Cost Include: registration, some activities, some excursions, tuition
Cost Range: Contact sponsor for pgm costs

Instruction:
Instruction Language: English
Format: Internship, Lecture, Seminar, Tutorial
Students: US & intl

Housing:
Housing Arrangement: Arr by student
Housing Type: homestays, off-campus housing

Deadline: Rolling admissions; apply year-round, and before Jul 15 for fall intake and Dec 15 for spring intake

Other Info:
US Accredited Sponsor: Yes
Year Program Began: 1994
In Coop With: American University (Washington, DC)
Orientation Location: abroad
Orientation Description: orientation and registration meeting at the start of each semester in Paris
Activities: cultural events activity, excursions activity, field trips activity
Misc: First 2 yrs earning US-accredited MA in Paris. 3rd yr earning MIS through Int'l Studies track at American University DC
Financial Aid: scholarships, work-study
May Contact Former Participant

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