|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
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
On October 14th, Caroline Newman, Executive President of Kids Empowerment, a Paris-based NGO dedicated to the protection of children's rights internationally, was a guest speaker in Dr. Ruchi Anand's class on NGO Management. She gave an ...Read More
Sivan Ghasem, Class of 2017 went to Iraqi Kurdistan this past July to conduct field research for her Master's thesis in International Relations and Diplomacy. Sivan's thesis focuses on the rise of ISIS, examining this issue ...Read More
Eileen Servidio-Delabre, the President of the American Graduate School in Paris, was invited to award the degrees at the graduation ceremony of AGS’s partner institution Université Paris-Sud, together with UPS’s professors, program director Michèle Guillaume-Hofnung and ...Read More
Emirjona Cake, a Ph.D. Candidate at AGS, was a guest speaker in Professor Anand’s NGO class on September 16, where she gave a presentation about the role of NGOs in emergency response.
Titled “How NGOs are Bridging ...Read More
On September 29th, Larry Kilman hosted the first AGS Wine and Cheese Evening of the semester, on the theme of information, media, and democracy.
Larry Kilman is Associate Director for Communications at the Institute for ...Read More
This semester the NGO course started with an inspiring account by Ahmed Samy Lotf, who was invited by Professor Ruchi Anand to talk to his fellow students about his experience interning with a refugee relief NGO ...Read More
On July 15, Professor Ruchi Anand invited AGS alumna Laura-Lee Smith to give a guest lecture in the JSA summer course on International Relations that she teaches at Princeton University.
Ms. Smith gave an overview of NATO’s ...Read More
The American Graduate School in Paris graduation ceremony took place on June 4th in the French Senate in Paris. H.E. Lawrence Cannon, Canada’s Ambassador to France and former Minister of Foreign Affairs, was the ...Read More
Robert Clarke, AGS Class of 2018, was invited to present a paper at the 18th International Conference on Education to be held in Athens, Greece on May 16-19, where he will represent the government of Liberia. ...Read More