Double national and international diplomas
The School of Public Affairs offers a series of dual degrees with dual degrees with internationally renowned institutions from all over the world. In most cases, students spend the first year of their master's degree at the EAP and their second year in the partner university, which allows them to acquire a unique comparative perspective on public affairs.
Global Public Policy Network
The School of Public Affairs is a member of the Global Public Policy Network, and hosts its secretariat. The GPPN is an international group of seven public policy schools from around the world, which offers dual degrees, conferences, blogs, case studies and certificates, all aimed at building a strong international student community.
Our partnerships and Chairs
The School of Public Affairs has established first-class partnerships with many governments, administrations, companies, consulting firms, non-governmental and international organizations (OECD, IMF, Agence Française de Développement...). Our partners teach courses in our programs and work with our students on case studies as well as capstone/policy projects within the Public Innovation Laboratory.
The School of Public Affairs also hosts several Chairs with public and private partners in order to develop research and academic programs on today's major political and social issues:
- Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Chair
- Public Innovation Chair
- Employment Chair
- Health Chair
- Energy transition and European Governance Chair