ULIP, in collaboration with Queen Mary University of London, is home to a constantly expanding range of postgraduate programmes that give you the chance to take your studies to the next level as well as to the heart of Paris. For more information, check out the ULIP website or contact Student Services. MA programmes and course length:
MA in Urban History and Culture - 1 year (full-time) / 2 years (part-time)
MA in International Relations - 1 year (full-time)
MSc programme and course length:
MSc in Management - 1 year (full-time)
LLM programmes and course length:
LLM (Master of Laws) - 1 year (full-time) / 2 years (part-time)
Double LLM (Queen Mary + Sorbonne) - 18 months (full-time)
Research programmes and course length:
MPhil & PHD Research Degrees - Up to 3 years (full-time) / 6 years (part-time)
Representation: Each course will have two representatives who sit on the Student Council to make sure that your feedback is heard.
University Life: As an SU, we are keen to welcome postgraduate students to events and encourage involvement in our societies. Don't hesitate to check out the Social Media links below to follow what's going on!
MA in International Relations: A taster
This small and close-knit community of students is not only one of the most engaged in Uni life, also one of the most diverse with students currently from the US, Panama, Mongolia, UK, Philippines, India, Germany, Liberia and Sweden. They often host guest speakers to give talks that, open to all students, are an amazing way of expanding one's knowledge on a wide array of different subjects. These talks are also a great way to compliment the course modules which include: - Contemporary World Politics - International Security: War and Peace in a Global Context - Globalisation and the International Political Economy of Development - Vocational Placement Module
Students from this course also recently took part in a debate, organised originally by the LLM course, with the Ecole Militaire here in Paris which was an amazing learning experience and opened up futher possibilities of collaborations with other universities.
Volunteering is popular too amongst this group! See the file below for an example of a previous volunteering project taken on by students from this course: