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Asunto:NoticiasdelCeHu 595/03 - The American University of Paris
Fecha:Viernes, 30 de Mayo, 2003  00:24:50 (-0300)
Autor:Humboldt <humboldt>

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The American University of Paris
American Graduate School
of International Relations and Diplomacy

6 rue de Lubeck, 75116 Paris, FRANCE


The American Graduate School of International Relations and Diplomacy (AGSIRD) is the first graduate school of AUP with its Master of Arts degree in International Relations and Diplomacy coming under an extension of AUP’s academic accreditation by the Middle States Association and the State of Delaware.

The full-time M.A. program at AGSIRD consists of 12 semester courses and a thesis of 100 pages minimum taken over three academic semesters. Intermediate-level knowledge of a language additional to English is also required for graduation. Most AGSIRD classes are in the evening, allowing students with daytime jobs to attend, some of them part-time.

AGSIRD was founded in 1994 and has over 50 students from 25 different countries, about half of whom are currently completing course work and the rest writing the required thesis or dissertation. Its international faculty is drawn partly from AUP, from French educational institutions, and from organizations such as OECD, UNESCO and local embassies.

AGSIRD benefits from student exchange arrangements with the DESS diplomacy program of the University of Paris XI at Sceaux and the law faculty of the university of Cergy-Pontoise. Students can attend an agreed number of classes with full credit at their own university.

The AGSIRD campus is located at 6 rue de Lubeck, in the 16th arrondissement, about a 12-minute walk from the AUP campus.

Telephone : 01 47 20 00 94.