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“One program – two degrees”

Posted on July 30th, 2014 by Schiller Paris

Schiller International University
University of Roehampton

Double degree benefit for students as Schiller enhances worldwide employment opportunities

An innovative new pan-Atlantic academic agreement will mean students registered with Schiller International University in the USA will also study towards a second, separate degree authorized by the University of Roehampton in London.

University of Roehampton
Schiller International University (SIU) and the University of Roehampton (UoR) in London have signed an agreement where students will study for a degree awarded by Roehampton alongside their Schiller degree and receive two separate qualifications.

A student from anywhere in the world studying at Schiller will earn an accredited US degree and a British degree valid in 45 countries under the Bologna process. This is a truly innovative arrangement, which will benefit Schiller’s student body by providing them with a global profile. (more…)

Transition to e-textbooks

Posted on July 22nd, 2014 by Schiller Paris

vs-bookshelf-logoAs of August (for online classes) and September (for on-ground classes) SIU will start rolling out electronic textbooks instead of hardcopies. Students acquire access to the textbook automatically with registration for a class.

We will use the VitalSource Technologies platform, which allows download and print during course availability dates onto 4 different devices: Desktop, laptop, tablet (Kindle, not Nook), smartphone. All books will be enriched with interactive media and allow highlighting, writing notes, sharing, search online, etc. (more…)

Field Trip to the OECD

Posted on June 20th, 2014 by Schiller Paris

Field Trip to the OECDGraduate students’ visit to the OECD

The Master’s students in International Relations and Diplomacy visited the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) with Prof. Ilya Platov as a part of their International Organizations class.

Château Vaux-le-Vicomte Visit

Posted on June 2nd, 2014 by Schiller Paris

Field Trip to Vaux-le-VicomteField Trip to Vaux-le-Vicomte

Thursday, 29th of May – a beautiful sunny day in which our students visited one of the most extravagant architectural gems of France – the 17th century Castle of Vaux-le-Vicomte.

 

Student Success

"My four years spent at Schiller International University obtaining a bachelor's degree in International Business, taught me how to pursue my dreams while constantly challenging and preparing me to work and live in a multicultural environment. It opened my eyes to a world of travel and exposed me to a constant diversity of nationalities, building my character in and outside of the classroom. I am thankful for my invaluable experience at SIU and for all the amazing people I met from around the world"

~ Nathalie Lister
BA, International Business
Class of 2009

"I graduated from Schiller International University Paris in 2006, with an MBA in International Business. My time at SIU Paris was challenging as well as enriching. The high degree of attention a student gets from his professors, the personalised structure of each degree and the immense networking possibilities are only some of the special benefits from pursuing a degree at this institution."

~ Tarek Ghodbane
MBA, International Business

"Studying at Schiller University gave me the opportunity to broaden my horizons educationally and culturally, not only with the excellent MA program and faculty, but as well as the interactions with so many wonderful classmates, whom I'm lucky to call friends today, and am still in touch with. For an International Relations program, you can't go wrong with Schiller University's Paris Campus."

~ S. Hesam Houryband
MA, International Relations and Diplomacy

"Studying at Schiller International University's Paris Campus is a smart way to increase one's cross-cultural literacy in the heart of Franco-phonic culture, while learning in a friendly, welcoming and supportive atmosphere. It is not only about what you learn from textbooks, but experiencing the splendour of starting on a new page by travelling and soaking oneself in a foreign culture, in the quest to gain a valuable understanding of the ever dynamic globalised world we live in."

~ Graeme Polson
MBA, International Business
2012 Graduate