The School of Public Affairs at Sciences Po Paris trains a diverse international student body comprised of graduate and mid-career professionals, including political and administrative officials, private sector executives, social entrepreneurs and civil society leaders. The School of Public Affairs is based on one hope and one conviction. Its hope is to develop a sense of the common good within students who will construct the world of tomorrow. Anchored in its French and European roots, and open to the world, the School of Public Affairs prepares a new kind of citizen and new actors of public affairs. For more information, view website.
The Master of Public Policy at Hertie School of Governance welcomes students from over 40 nations, and from a wide range of academic and professional backgrounds. Thanks to an international faculty, thanks to courses in economics, statistics, law, governance or policy processes, thanks to project courses, thanks to concentrations in policy analysis or public management, the students are equipped to confront the challenges of different governance settings, from local, national or international public administration to social entrepreneurship or civil society. For more information, view website
The Lusiada Universities seek to imbue young men and women with a strong sense of citizenship, ethics, as well as social, cultural, and professional values, by means of teaching and research leading toward the sustainable development of society. Lusiada Universities prepare the students as individuals, as citizens and as professionals ready to join the workforce and society, balancing humanistic, critical, and reflexive education that always seeks to place knowledge at the service of Man and the building of a better world, based on mutual respect and justice. For more information,view website
The University of Malta is geared towards the infrastructural and industrial needs of the country so as to provide expertise in crucial fields. Situated at Tal-Qroqq, it is the highest institution of the State, by which it is mainly financed, and is open to all.
Well over 3,000 students graduate in various disciplines annually to respond to the needs of the country. The degree courses at the University are designed to produce highly qualified professionals, with experience of research, who will play key roles in industry, commerce and public affairs in general. For more information, view website
The Université catholique de Louvain (UCL), located in Louvain-la-Neuve, is Belgium's largest French speaking university. As a prestigious institution with a long history, UCL traces its origins back to the 15th century. Since 1999, the Fondation Louvain has existed as the philanthropic support arm of UCL to channel donor organizations' support to the university's various research activities.
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The Barcelona Centre for International Studies (CIDOB) aims to accomplish the following: become a point of reference in the field of international and development studies; generate ideas; undertake activities that increase awareness of belonging to a global community; and foster greater understanding of and between societies.
The work of the CIDOB Foundation is organized into various thematic and geographic programs that are enhanced by the regular contributions of various social sectors (academic, political, corporate, union, etc.) and those of several international partners. For more information, visit website
The Portuguese Institute of International Relations and Security (IPRIS) is a non-profit and independent NGO, based in Lisbon and dedicated to research on issues of International Relations, with particular interest regarding Portuguese foreign and defense policies.
Its scholars are responsible for conducting research and writing on subjects of their individual knowledge and interest, disseminating the results of their research through publications, organizing and participating in conferences. For more information, view website