INTERNATIONAL & INTERCULTURAL ISSUES: MULTIFACETED EXPERIENCE

Openness to international issues is both an opportunity and a requirement for each of our students. HEIP produces graduates with strong intercultural awareness, open to the world. The school’s internationalization strategy developed through international partnerships, hosting students from every corner of the world, our international teaching faculty and developing language skills contributes to shaping these internationally focused graduates.

COMMAND OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES

  • Students benefit from support so that, early in the course, they have a perfect command of the English language – indispensable in the field of international relations.
  • Eight languages are currently taught as second and third foreign languages, at beginner, intermediate and advanced level: German, Spanish, Italian, Literary Arabic, Russian, Mandarin, Japanese and Portuguese.
  • Throughout the program, some courses are entirely delivered in English.
  • In the second year of the bachelor’s course, students are prepared for and take the TOEFL.
LONDON CAMPUS
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In the first semester of the third year of the bachelor’s cycle, students can choose to study for a semester on our Marylebone campus in the heart of London.

Students benefit from lectures on the economic and cultural environment in the United Kingdom, understand the workings of the City and are able to visit/work with world-renowned groups and international organizations.

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STUDYING AT FOREIGN UNIVERSITIES

HEIP has developed and continues to enhance, year after year, partnerships with foreign higher education institutions, where, more often than in France, specialized courses in political science and international relations are delivered.

A semester at a foreign partner university takes place in the third year and the fifth year of the program.

  • UNIVERSIDAD SAN SALVADOR, BUENOS AIRES – ARGENTINA
  • UNIVERSIDAD ARGENTINA DE LA EMPRESA, BUENOS AIRES – ARGENTINA
  • MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY DE SYDNEY – AUSTRALIA
  • ADA UNIVERSITY – BAKOU – AZERBAÏDJAN
  • UNIVERSIDAD DE SENAC – SAO PAULO – BRAZIL
  • UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC DE MONTREAL – CANADA
  • UNIVERSIDAD DEL DESAROLLO, SANTIAGO – CHILE
  • UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM AND ENERGY STUDIES, DEHRADUN – INDIA
  • ISB DUBLIN – IRELAND
  • KAZAKH ABLAI KHAN UNIVERSITY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND WORLD LANGUAGES, AMALTY – KAZAKHSTAN
  • UNIVERSITÉ SAINT JOSEPH DE BEYROUTH – LEBANON
  • UNIVERSITY OF MALTA , MSIDA – MALTA
  • UNIVERSIDAD SAN IGNACIO DE LOYOLA, LA MOLINA, LIMA – PERU
  • COLLEGIUM CIVITAS DE VARSOVIE – POLAND
  • MGIMO – MOSCOU – RUSSIA
  • INHA UNIVERSITY, INCHEON – SOUTH KOREA
  • KYUNGPOOK NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, DAEGU – SOUTH KOREA
  • KEIMYUNG UNIVERSITY, DAEGU – SOUTH KOREA
  • IEP DE L’ECOLE SUPERIEURE DE TUNIS, TUNISIA
  • UNIVERSITY OF READING – UK
  • ANGLIA RUSKIN UNIVERSITY DE CAMBRIDGE – UK
  • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA – SAN DIEGO – USA
  • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA – LOS ANGELES – USA
  • CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY – CHANNEL ISLAND – USA
  • CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY – LOS ANGELES – USA
  • BOSTON UNIVERISTY – BOSTON– USA
  • MILIKIN UNIVERSITY – DECATUR – USA
  • MCMURRY UNIVERSITY, ABILENE- TEXAS – USA
INTERNSHIPS ABROAD

A significant proportion of internships are carried out abroad, in particular at foreign institutions or in the framework of field missions for international organizations

Short work placements can be done during the first year, or internships can take place during the third, fourth or fifth years, as the course is organized in such a way as to allow for a longer period of international experience, often prior to beginning a career abroad.

Students may also take a gap year between the end of the bachelor’ cycle and the beginning of the master’s cycle.

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STUDENTS FROM EVERY CORNER OF THE WORLD

Our students come from every corner of the world. In the last five years, the paths of 31 nationalities crossed, from the Americas (Brazil, Colombia, the United States, Haiti, Mexico…), from Africa (Algeria, Benin, Cameroon, Kenya, Libya, Morocco… ), from Europe (Albania, Germany, Spain, Italy, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden, Ukraine…) from Asia (Kazakhstan, India, Cambodia, Malaysia…).

Non-French speaking students are supported during their first years to enable them to progress in learning French as a foreign language.