Master of Arts in International Relations
Program Location: Paris, France
The Master of Arts in International Relations and Diplomacy program is offered through a partnership between Arcadia University and the American Graduate School in Paris (AGS) in Paris, France.
AGS offers an M.A. degree in international relations and diplomacy, through either a two-year track or an 18-month accelerated track. The program follows the American model of higher education, while taking advantage of the cultural, institutional and academic resources of Paris.
All courses are in English. No knowledge of the French language is required to apply. Classes are small and allow for close student-professor interaction and personalized attention to every student.
The program draws from an international faculty and the student body is composed of over 20 different nationalities, which enhances the multi-cultural perspective and experience that the school seeks to provide.
AGS graduates are prepared to pursue careers in international organizations, governmental agencies, non-governmental organizations and the diplomatic corps, as well as international business, journalism, teaching and research.
Candidates to the M.A. in international relations and diplomacy program must have completed a Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in a social science or humanities-related field.
At Arcadia University, the following fields of undergraduate studies provide students with a particularly relevant background: Political Science, International Studies, Business Administration and Economics, International Business and Culture, Global Communications, Environmental Studies, Global Legal Studies, History, Sociology, Modern Languages. AGS may also consider students from other majors depending on the courses their curriculum and motivation.
Arcadia students of the International Peace and Conflict Resolution (IPCR) graduate program may chose to spend their second-year abroad at AGS as part of their degree requirement.
All information regarding this program, including admission requirements and procedures, faculty listing, and practical data about studying in Paris is available on the AGS website at www.ags.edu. Queries can be sent to email@example.com.