Our Partnerships at a glance

PSIA has established high profile partnerships with outstanding international institutions in the field, joining forces on specific projects and advancing a shared vision of international affairs, whether in teaching or contribution to the public debate.

International & National Dual Degrees

PSIA offers dual degree programs with prestigious international and French universities. Students usually spend the first year at PSIA and the second year at the partner university. Upon successful completion of both years, students earn a degree from each institution. Such global connections open a new range of possibilities to PSIA students.

Find out more about our International and National Dual Degrees.

Global MDP Association

PSIA belongs to a Global Association of universities and collaborating organizations around the world offering a Master's in Development Practice (MDP) program. MDP programs are interdisciplinary graduate degree programs, preparing students to better identify and address the challenges of sustainable development.

At PSIA, the Master in Development Practice is one of seven tracks of the one-year Master in Advanced Global Studies program, which is designed for candidates with an undergraduate degree and at least 5 years of full-time professional experience. 

Find out more about the Global MDP Association.

APSIA Membership

PSIA is proud to be a full member of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA). APSIA brings together the leading graduate schools around the world, which specialise in international affairs. PSIA Dean Enrico Letta is currently serving as President of APSIA’s Executive Committee, which serves to improve and promote the field of international affairs.

Partnerships With Major Institutions

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