Study international relations abroad in Europe: International relations summer programs in Paris for college students - Short summer courses taught in English for international students, Americans/ Canadians. Study abroad summer programs in international affairs, global management, political science for college students..
American Graduate School in Paris: Study in Paris this summer and earn college credit! Located in the heart of Paris, The American Graduate School in Paris (AGS) is a leading provider of U.S.-accredited graduate programs in the fields of International Relations and International Business. In addition, we offer semester abroad and academic year abroad programs for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as a 6-week Summer Abroad Program for undergraduate students.
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Summer Abroad Program for Undergraduate Students: 6-week program: "Intensive French and Politics: Economics, Diplomacy and the European Union".
This summer program combines French language courses in the mornings, and international relations seminars in the afternoons.
Earn College Credit in Summer: The AGS summer program provides students with 6 credits (3 credits for the International Relations courses and 3 credits for the French language courses) toward an undergraduate degree according to the American credit system.
The International Relations seminars are organized around the following themes:
- International Relations and the European Union
- Comparative European Politics and Government
- Understanding French Foreign Policy
- Origins of the French and European States
Professors take advantage of our central Paris location to complement in-class learning with a number of field trips. This enhances the cultural experience of our students, and offers an approach to learning that is both fun and rigorous.
French Language Courses:
Alliance Francaise is a world-renowned language school, and a partner of AGS. They offer top-quality French language classes in the mornings, five days a week. Your level of French will be assessed before you start the course, and you will be placed in the class that best suits your needs.