Double national and international diplomas
The School of Public Affairs offers a series of 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 School of Public Affairs and their second year in the partner university. Students study public affairs from a unique comparative perspective and graduate from each institution.
Global Public Policy Network
The School of Public Affairs is a member of the Global Public Policy Network (GPPN). Founded in 2005, the GPPN brings together the public affairs schools of seven world-renowned universities (Columbia, LSE, Hertie, GrasPP, Lee Kwan Yew, Fondaçao Getulio Vargas, Sciences Po). The network organises an annual conference during which students and deans of member schools exchange on the main global issues related to public affairs. These exchanges contribute to the improvement of training, promote pedagogical innovation, and stimulate research. Members have also set up exchange and double-degree programs to allow their students to benefit from this international network.