|American education, French setting, and international experience|
The American Graduate School in Paris offers US higher education in France to students from around the world.
While maintaining the highest academic standards, both schools focus on the two features that make AGS unique: individual attention to every student, and providing them with a multi-cultural experience in and out of the classroom.
With inspiring speakers from around the world and over 180 in the audience, the AGS conference on Violence Against Women that took place in Paris on November 28 accomplished its objective: raise awareness of the public ...Read More
A five-day trip to Portugal was organized by the AGS Graduate Student Association, which took fifteen students to Lisbon where they had a chance to explore the city and its surroundings, bond with fellow students, ...Read More
The latest issue of the Journal of Political Studies (November 2014) features no less than three articles authored by AGS students or recent graduates. This bumper crop was performed thanks to the support of AGS professor, ...Read More
On October 28th, AGS hosted a convivial cocktail event bringing together its Paris alumni to connect or reconnect around an informal buffet of French wine and cheeses.
AGS Paris alumni are from a wide variety of national ...Read More
On November 28, 2014, AGS will host an international conference on the theme “Violence Against Women”, organized on the occasion of the United Nations’ International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (November 25).
This ...Read More
Oct 23-26, the group of undergraduate students who are studying at AGS in Paris this Fall through the Arcadia / AGS study abroad program took a four-day cultural trip the Nice and Monaco on the Riviera ...Read More
Alyssa Barilotti, one of the undergraduate students in the AGS/Arcadia Study Abroad in Paris program, tells us about her experience volunteering at UNESCO:
"On Tuesday October 7th I had the pleasure of volunteering at the United Nations ...Read More
AGS is proud to announce a new institutional partnership with HERA France, an NGO dedicated to helping women who have been victims of violence, exploitation, or trafficking, by providing them with training and mentoring as a ...Read More
As part of its International Relations and Diplomacy graduate programs, AGS is now offering a course on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, co-taught by two of our professors of International Affairs—one born ...Read More
The group of undergraduate students doing the Arcadia/AGS study abroad program in Paris this semester have started their fourth week of classes with an excursion to the Basilica of Saint-Denis, a large Medieval Gothic church ...Read More
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