|American education, French setting, and international experience|
Located in the center of Paris, the American Graduate School in Paris (AGS) offers US higher education programs, taught in English, to students from around the world. AGS specializes in international relations, diplomacy, and related areas, leading to a broad range of careers in international affairs, from government to intergovernmental organizations, to NGOs and the private sector. AGS concentrates all of the qualities of a top rate education in an intimate learning environment.
THE AGS ADVANTAGE
1. Specific expertise in International Affairs
2. Privileged exposure to the international scene in Paris
3. World-class international faculty
4. Multicultural school environment
5. Personalized attention to students
6. Dedicated student housing in Paris
7. Solid foundation and guidance for a successful international career
The 12th AGS International Graduate Student Conference that took place on April 21st was a success, with presenters and attendees from such diverse national origins as Thailand, Kenya, Rwanda, Ghana, Nigeria, Egypt, Qatar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, ...Read More
On April 6th, Dr. Ruchi Anand's class on International Environmental Policy hosted two guest speakers from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), to talk about gender issues relating to climate change. The two speakers, Rahel Steinbach ...Read More
On Saturday, April 22nd, AGS will host the second seminar in the series on Religion and International Relations that it started in February.
These seminars aim to bring together scholars, diplomats and graduate students to ...Read More
Like every year, AGS students enrolled in the dual Master's program in International Relations, Diplomacy and Strategic Negotiation with AGS's partner institution Université Paris Sud will take part in an international negotiation simulation along with their ...Read More
The first edition of the AGS Seminar Series on Religion and International Relations on February 3-4 was a success, with over thirty scholars, diplomats, government researchers and graduate students who came from institutions in France and ...Read More
An article by Eileen Servidio-Delabre
President of the American Graduate School in Paris
Two documents have been recently published treating the subject of violence against women in Member States of the ...Read More
With the start of the Spring academic semester, we are happy to be welcoming our new students – and welcoming back our continuing students. As always at AGS, this semester's incoming students form a ...Read More
On February 3-4, the American Graduate School in Paris will host the first in a series of seminars on the theme of Religion and International Relations. These seminars will seek to explore the links between religious ...Read More
On December 1st, the Middle East Society invited Evelyne Accad to talk about women's movements in the Middle East, particularly in Lebanon and Tunisia.
Ms. Accad discussed the lack of access to basic human ...Read More
Myron Manns is a second year master’s student at AGS and a professional writer from Flint, Michigan. He recounts the events of his first year as a graduate student in Paris briefly below.
"Arriving in ...Read More