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Semester Abroad at Arcadia University, United States

Students enrolled in the Master’s program in International Relations and Diplomacy at the American Graduate School in Paris may choose to spend one of the semesters of the program abroad, doing coursework at one of AGS’s partner institutions. Options currently available are in the United States, Italy, or the Philippines.
For more information about the semester abroad in the Philippines, click here.
For more information about the semester abroad in Italy, please click here.
Below is the description of the semester abroad in the United States.

Students in the M.A. in International Relations and Diplomacy program at AGS may spend one of the four semesters of the program in the United States, taking courses in International Peace and Conflict Resolution at Arcadia University, and transfer the credits back to AGS. This semester abroad option gives students the opportunity to diversify their academic background while earning credits toward the AGS program, and allows non-US students to enhance their international experience.

Arcadia University in Glenside, PA

Arcadia is a top-ranked global university founded in 1853 and located in the greater Philadelphia area, in Pennsylvania. It offers Bachelor’s, Master’s and doctoral degrees in 80 fields of study, as well as 120 study abroad programs around the world. It is ranked by U.S. News and World Report among the top tier of regional universities in the North, and nationally recognized as a leader in study abroad. AGS's M.A. in International Relations and Diplomacy is accredited in the United States as an affiliated program of Arcadia University.

Curriculum

Each student’s curriculum has to be individually determined in concertation with AGS’s academic coordinator in order to ensure that it properly complements the student’s particular set of required and elective courses at AGS.

Click here to see the list of courses offered in Arcadia University’s International Peace and Conflict Resolution program.

Housing

Arcadia University Campus

Arcadia University offers a variety of on- and off-campus housing options. Monthly rates vary between USD 500 (home stay with local family) and USD 1,000 (on-campus shared accommodation with another Arcadia student). Students are also free to look for their own accommodation. Note that the cost of housing is not comprised in the tuition of the program.

Tuition

No additional tuition is charged to AGS students for the semester in the United States option. The tuition for the semester abroad is the same as the tuition for a regular semester at AGS, and payable directly to AGS. Note that the following are not included in the tuition fees: travel to and from the United States, on-site transportation, housing, food, textbooks, and any other living expenses.

Note: as a school located outside the U.S., AGS is not eligible to extend Federal Student Aid for this semester abroad

Philadlephia skyline (credit philadelphiamra.org)

Admissions

Admission pre-requisites:

To be eligible for this program, AGS students must be enrolled full time in the Master’s program in International Relations and Diplomacy and must be in good academic standing. Ph.D. students may also be considered on a case-by-case basis.

How to apply:

If you are interested in the semester abroad at Arcadia University, please contact the Academic Coordinator at AGS: ashley.stepanek@ags.edu.

 
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quote leftThe knowledge I acquired at AGS as well as my inter-personal and diplomatic skills, developed during my AGS days, come in handy today when dealing with different government officials, staff from various UN agencies, and even my colleagues in UNESCO who come from different cultural backgrounds.quote right

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