|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.
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
On September 13, all AGS students, new and continuing, graduate and undergraduate, were invited to spend the day in the charming town of Antony near Paris, at the annual Wine and Cheese Festival (Foire aux Fromages et aux Vins). ...Read More
Seven undergraduate students hailing from Arcadia University and a variety of other universities and backgrounds in the US have started the adventure of study abroad in Paris last weekend. They came for a semester or, for ...Read More
AGS is proud to add a European Studies Certificate to its program offering. This will also be offered to M.A. in International Relations and Diplomacy candidates as an optional Area Concentration. The courses will focus ...Read More
This coming Fall, students in the M.A. or Ph.D. programs in International Relations and Diplomacy at AGS will have the opportunity to go to Northern Ireland for a week-long intensive field study trip focusing on peacemaking, where they will learn ...Read More
One-year part-time certificate
for NGO professionals and students
Courses co-taught by the
Director of Human Rights Watch France
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