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This innovative two-year programme provides interdisciplinary training in international relations. It combines the theoretical study of international economics, history, international law and political science along with interdisciplinary seminars and professional workshops.

The Master in International Affairs offers:

* a substantial familiarisation with at least two disciplines in international relations, and specialisation in two of the following three innovative themes: Global and regional integration, Security and conflict management, and Global society.
* an opportunity to acquire or enhance the technical and professional skills that are necessary for effective analysis and decision-making, such as quantitative methods, communication and negotiating techniques, and project management.

The programme provides:

* an educational experience based on both small-group seminars and workshops, and larger class settings.
* an opportunity to give free rein to one's creativity and analytical capacity in seminar work based on personal research and in the final dissertation (mémoire).

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