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AGS Paris Alumni Share their Experience at Career Workshop

Read more...On February 12th, AGS hosted a career workshop for the students in the M.A. in International Relations and Diplomacy program. AGS alumni residing in Paris came to share their experience and insights about international affairs careers in France ...

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FGM: Why You Should Care and What You Can Do?

Read more...As part of AGS's continued work and engagement for women's rights, we hosted on February 4th a presentation and discussion on the theme: "Female Genital Mutilation: Why you should care and what you can do?" on February 4th. ...

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Students Travel to Strasbourg, Visit the Council of Europe

Read more...On February 1-2, the undergraduate students spending the Spring semester in Paris through the Arcadia/AGS study abroad program travelled to Strasbourg, in the Eastern region of Alsace in France. This was an opportunity for the students to see ...

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Exciting Semester Ahead in the International Relations Program

Read more...The Spring semester has begun. Classes started today for the new students who joined us this week for the International Relations and Diplomacy Master's and Ph.D. programs. With students from a diverse range of cultures, from Norway to ...

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Welcome to our New Group of Undergraduate Students

Read more...AGS just welcomed the new group of undergraduate students who joined the program for a study abroad semester in Paris. After a welcome dinner at a traditional French restaurant, the students enjoyed their first few days discovering what ...

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Lessons from Diplomacy in Times of Fundamental Change

Read more...By Ambassador Wilfried Bolewski

In these difficult and disruptive times, we are all looking for orientation for pursuing the peaceful change initiated through the process of Globalization.  After collective emotions and motions following the recent events in ...

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Student blog: "Why students should not worry about studying in Paris"

Read more...Following the recent tragic events that occurred in Paris, Natalie Marshall, an Arcadia University student enrolled in the study abroad program at AGS this spring , wrote this blog post where she shares the reassuring information she found ...

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Students Visit Brussels, Tour European Parliament


On December 1-2, the group of undergraduate students went to Brussels for a two-day class trip. The focal point of the trip was a guided tour of the European Parliament, designed to complement the classroom study of EU ...

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180 Attend Violence Against Women International Conference at AGS

Read more...With inspiring speakers from around the world and over 180 in the audience, the AGS conference on Violence Against Women that took place in Paris on November 28 accomplished its objective: raise awareness of the public and bring ...

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A Student Writes about her Experience at the Violence Against Women conference

Read more...Alyssa Barilotti, an International Studies student at Arcadia University who spent the Fall semester at the American Graduate School in Paris through the study abroad program offered by Arcadia's College of Global Studies, volunteered during the International ...

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Call for Papers

AGS Graduate Student

23-24 April 2015

"The Influence and Role
of NGOs in Global Governance:
From Grassroots to Global"

See call for papers

Certificate in NGO Management

One-year Part-time Program

Courses co-taught by the France Director of Human Rights Watch

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Tim FrancisNew Zealand International Relations
Class of 2014

quote leftMy AGS experience was infinitely rewarding, from the classes to the faculty, to the student community. My time in Paris gave me many opportunities to connect and interact with people in the vibrant international community around Paris, from UNESCO to Human Rights Watch, to the countless other organisations that call Paris home.quote right

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