6 One-Year Master's for professionals from 6 fields

6 One-Year Master's for professionals from 6 fields

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Sciences Po offers one-year Master’s programmes for young graduates and early- to mid-career professionals who want to fast-track their career. Each of these six intensive programmes is taught in English on the Sciences Po campus in Paris.

The LLM in Transnational Arbitration and Dispute Settlement for legal professionals

The LLM in Transnational Arbitration and Dispute Settlement offered at the Sciences Po Law School is an opportunity for professionals to learn the theory and practice of transnational arbitration and dispute settlement in one of the world’s most important centres for arbitration. Candidates must hold a law degree (Master 2, JD, LL.B., or the equivalent) and a professional experience (internships can be considered in the required professional experience).

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The Master in Advanced Global Studies for early- to mid-career professionals in the cardinal fields of International Affairs

The Master in Advanced Global Studies offered at the Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs is an opportunity for early- to mid-career professionals to follow a one-year accelerated programme in International Affairs. The programme offers specialisations in International Security, International Public Management, International Economic Policy, Development Practice, Human Rights & Humanitarian Action, Environmental Policy, International Energy, as well as a further choice from 24 concentration programmes. Candidates must hold an undergraduate degree with at least five years of full-time, post-graduate professional experience in order to be eligible.

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The Master in Arts and Politics for young social science researchers, artists and those working in the cultural or political spheres

The Master in Arts and Politics offered at the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs is positioned at the crossroads of the social sciences, politics, and the arts, as can also be said of the work of its founding father, French philosopher Bruno Latour.  It is designed for architects, designers, academics, public servants, managers, researchers, administrators, activists, artists and curators who wish to give a new momentum to their career.

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The Master in Corporate Strategy for graduates aspiring to become highly specialised corporate strategists

The Master in Corporate Strategy is designed for young graduates interested in corporate strategy, entrepreneurship and humanities. It is the ideal accelerated programme for graduates aspiring to become highly specialised corporate strategists, either in-house or in consulting firms. Candidates must hold at least a Bachelor's degree with either 3-year work experience or a Master Year 1 under validation and, ideally, internship experience.

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The Master in Financial Regulation & Risk Management for graduates interested in regulatory issues

The Master in Financial Regulation and Risk Management offered at the Sciences Po School of Management & Innovation is designed for graduates interested in regulatory issues, corporate finance, risk management, compliance and the humanities. Candidates must hold at least a Bachelor's degree with either 3-year work experience or a Master Year 1 under validation with one year of full-time work experience (internship included).

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The Master in Public Affairs (MPA) for public policy professionals

The Master in Public Affairs (MPA) offered at the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs in Paris is designed for mid-career professionals wanting to further their expertise in public policy and public-private sector interaction. It offers specialisations in Cultural Policy, New Technology & Public Policy, Economic & Regulatory Policy, Energy & Sustainability, Health, Management of Public Affairs, Social Policy. Candidates must have at least five years of professional experience in the public, private or non-profit sector, be proficient in English, and hold at least a Bachelor's degree.

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