M1 Political Sciences & Public Affairs

2 CAMPUSES, 2 FORMATS

IN PARIS : 1 semester of lectures and a 1 semester internship

IN LYON : First year sandwich course, alternating school periods and work placements

This program is part of the HEIP master’s cycle.

Courses and conferences are delivered in French.

This course is designed to enable students to understand and master the major global balances and political challenges, the complexities and specificities of the procedures for political decision-making and the key levers on public opinion in this field.

After this M1 year at HEIP, the student can continue by electing for one of the 6 M2 majors offered by HEIP.

TÉLÉCHARGER LA BROCHURE
M1 Political Sciences & Public Affairs - PARIS
  • SEMINARS

    At the end of every term, the students take a seminar:

    First term: Methodology for drafting a dissertation

    Second term: Electoral analysis

  • DISSERTATION

    The year is validated by a dissertation.

  • LAUGUAGES & CULTURE

    Political & Diplomatic English

    Second foreign language

    We offer the following languages: German, Spanish, Italian, Arabic, Mandarin, Russian, Japanese, Portuguese

FIRST AND SECOND TRIMESTERS

Courses in Paris
  • Europe on the world scene
  • Writing Techniques
  • History of ideologies
  • Political parties: strengths and weaknesses
  • Organization of public authorities and political decision-making processes
  • Public statements and Cabinet secrets
  • Modern languages
  • Social players (trade unions, insurance companies, etc.)

THIRD TRIMESTER

  • 4-MONTH INTERNSHIP

CONTACT

Département Admission

Jeremy BENHAIM – Laure BARRETEAU
contact@heip.fr
01 84 14 03 30

M1 Political Sciences & Public Affairs - SANDWICH COURSES - LYON
  • Work-study schedule

    • Alterning work and study periods:
      • 2 weeks in a company / 1 week at school
      • From 23rd september 2019 to 3rd April 2020
    • Full time period in company
      • From 6th april to 28th August 2020
  • Work-Study program

    The year can be organized in one of three ways:

    • Professionalization training contract: the student is the employee of a company under a fixed term or permanent contract.
    • School-Company Missions Agreement: the student retains his/her student status, tuition fees are covered wholly or partly by the student.
    • Traditional internship agreement: the student retains his/her student status, tuition fees are covered by the student.

COURSES IN LYON

  • Europe on the world scene
  • Writing Techniques
  • History of ideologies
  • Political parties: strengths and weaknesses
  • Organization of public authorities and political decision-making processes
  • Public statements and Cabinet secrets
  • Modern languages
  • Social players (trade unions, insurance companies, etc.)

CONTACT

Département Admission

Jeremy BENHAIM – Laure BARRETEAU
contact@heip.fr
01 84 14 03 30