|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.
A delegation of ten students from the American Graduate School in Paris participated in the 14th London International Model United Nations (LIMUN) conference that took place at Imperial College in London, UK, on February 15-17. The AGS ...Read More
On November 29, Geopolitics expert Dr. Manlio Graziano gave a presentation and discussion at AGS about the geopolitical context and consequences of the "Arab Spring".
The talk focused on the role that the shift in the balance of ...Read More
On November 16th, AGS hosted a guest talk by Dr. David Doyle, Permanent Delegate of St. Kitts and Nevis to UNESCO, who discussed the subject of Small Island Developing States. The event was part of a ...Read More
Students enrolled in the Arcadia/AGS study abroad in Paris program went on a two-day trip to Brussels, Belgium (November 8-9). This trip is organized every year in the Fall as part of the undergraduate program on the ...Read More
AGS's latest Wine and Cheese debate was held on November 9 on the theme: "Coping with China? Indian Security Perceptions of a Rising China." The presentation and discussion were led by Dr. Patrick Bratton, Visiting Professor at AGS in Paris, ...Read More
Twenty-three AGS students went on a three-day trip to Oslo, Norway, on 2-4 November 2012. The visit was organized by the AGS Graduate Student Association, and brought together students from the Master's in International Relations & Diplomacy and ...Read More
Open to the public
Subthemes: education, poverty, politics, violence, class, race, as related to gender issues within the framework of International Relations
1st issue forthcoming Spring '13
Issue theme: Traditional and Innovative Forms of Diplomacy
The US Supreme Court's Decision on the National Health Bill
by Eileen Servidio, Ph.D.