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All courses are provided in English. Students evolve in a multilingual and culturally diverse environment.
The curriculum is designed in a multidisciplinary approach. The programme covers the fundamental disciplines of social sciences (history, law, economics, sociology and political science). Our aim is to train future global leaders who will be able to evolve in an international environment.
A broad curriculum
Fundamental courses: lectures and seminars
Lectures are accompanied by seminars in the core disciplines (law, economics, history, political science and sociology). Seminars aim at deepening concepts and definitions covered in the lecture with a special focus on methodology.
Literary humanities courses
The philosophy of these classes is to go through arts and literature to better understand contemporary social issues. These classes cover European and Asian related topics such as the Japanese cinema, the art of Bollywood, the weight of myths in modern societies, the Enlightenment, etc.
Scientific humanities courses
During these courses, students analyse social dynamics and worldwide phenomena through a scientific lens.
Elective courses (only for second year students)
They widen students' curiosity and open-mindness and cover (among other topics): Economic Models in Asia, Political Contemporary Life in Japan, Philosophy of International Law, Central Asian Geopolitics, to name just a few.
They offer the opportunity to discover a creative process and the theory behind it: choreographic writing, filmmaking, acting, Chinese calligraphy…
We have an intensive learning programme (6 hours per week) in Chinese, Japanese and French (beginner level to advanced level). Hindi and Korean languages are also offered if a minimum of students is registered. Students can also learn Indonesian as an elective course (2 hours per week).
Some maths courses are compulsory (first year), others are elective (second year). We recommend to the students who want to pursue their graduate studies to attend these classes.
Academic rules and regulations
Thanks to the artistic workshops, the Europe Asia campus has developed strong partnerships with local cultural institutions such as: