1 PRESENTATION OF ALLIANCE DUAL DEGREE AND JOINT PROGRAMS
2 Created in the fall 2002, the Alliance Program is a non-profit transatlantic jointventure between Columbia University and three French major universities, École Polytechnique (maths and sciences), Sciences Po (social sciences) and Université of Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne (law and humanities). CUTTING-EDGE EDUCATION PROGRAMS A FACULTY NETWORK OF EXCELLENCE A PLATFORM FOR GLOBAL DEBATE A UNIQUE JOINT VENTURE CONTACT The Alliance Program forecasts the future of global education. Every year, around 200 students benefit from a range of 20 international dual degrees and joint programs in all disciplines, including Art History, Curatorial studies, International Affairs, Sustainable Development, Journalism and Financial Engineering. Dual degree programs are offered to undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students from all over the world. The Alliance Program is a strong international network of leading professors and research centers. Every year, a dozen of visiting professors teach abroad within the Alliance network, benefiting hundreds of students and colleagues. Simultaneously, the Alliance Program supports joint transatlantic research teams that are thriving in the humanities, social sciences and hard sciences. Since its launch in 2002, the Alliance Program has become a major academic platform for transatlantic debate on the pressing issues of our times. In 2012 alone, the Alliance Program organized 37 joint academic events (lectures, conferences, workshops and a photo exhibition), in New York or in Paris, in co-sponsorship with 55 different centers and institutes. On the vanguard of their fields, Alliance guest speakers stimulate the audience into a fine understanding of complex processes through a global exchange. Supported by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the four institutions, the endowed Alliance Program Fund was formalized in Columbia University, Ecole Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne are thus making history with the first ever joint endowment of its kind. In 2012, the endowment has already accrued more than $3,000,000. Alessia Lefebure, Director : Lauranne Bardin, Assistant Director : With the generous support of : Visit the Alliance program on Facebook and LinkedIn and at
3 Alliance Program Dual Degrees and Joint Programs Columbia University and Sciences Po Alliance Program: columbia.edu/cu/alliance/ Dual BA Program in Liberal Arts allows students to spend two years at one of the Sciences Po campuses (Le Havre, Reims, Menton, Paris) and two years at Columbia University. Students apply during their senior year of high school. Joint 5 year BA/MA Program allows students to spend three years at Columbia University and two years at Sciences Po. Students receive a BA from Columbia or Barnard College and an MA from Sciences Po. Dual Master s in Journalism allows first year Master s Students in Journalism program to spend their second year at Sciences Po Journalism School and earn both degrees. Partnership PhD in Political Science allows students to spend two years at the partner institution during their PhD program and receive the PhD degrees from both institutions. Dual Master s in International Affairs / Public Affairs allows students to spend a year at the Paris School of International Affairs and one year at SIPA at Columbia University. Specializations are offered in a wide range of disciplines. JD/Master s in Economic Law allows Columbia students to spend one year at Sciences Po Law School in order to earn the Master s in Economic Law degree with a Global Studies specialization during the course of their JD Program at Columbia Law School. Columbia University and Ecole Polytechnique Research Internship Program at the Ecole Polytechnique allows students to spend 3 to 6 months at one of the 22 laboratories open to advanced undergraduate and graduate students in the following fields: Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Mechanics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science and Economics. Study Abroad Program allows students to spend 3 to 10 months, open to advanced undergraduate and graduate students to attend scientific and engineering courses in the fields mentioned above. New joint BS/MS Program allows Columbia Engineering students (Applied Physics, Applied Math, IEOR and Computer Engineering Majors) to spend 3 years at the Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) and two years in a Master s program at the Ecole Polytechnique. Columbia University and Panthéon-Sorbonne University Dual Certificate in African Studies allows advanced undergraduate students to spend a fall semester at the Panthéon-Sorbonne University in Paris to get an introduction in African Studies Dual Master s degree in Art History allows Master s students at Columbia University to spend a semester at the Panthéon-Sorbonne University in Paris during their second year and to earn an MA in Art History from each school. Students apply during the first year in Columbia s Master s program. JD/Master in French Law allows students to earn a JD degree from Columbia and a Master of Law degree from the Panthéon-Sorbonne University in Paris. Open to students accepted in the CU JD Program. JD/Certificate in Global Business Law and Governance allows CU JD students to spend one semester in Paris and earn a Certificate in Global Business Law and Governance from Sciences Po and Paris 1.
4 The Joint 5 year BA/MA Program Columbia University and Sciences Po Description International mobility and an overseas experience have become invaluable assets for all young graduates starting a career. Building on a decade of a strong partnership between the two schools, the Columbia University/Barnard College Sciences Po 5 year BA/MA Program allows selected undergraduate students from Columbia University to pursue an intensive transatlantic program in Public and International Affairs and obtain the Diplome from Sciences Po. The Program includes three years of study at Columbia and two years of study in Paris, at Sciences Po. Upon completion of the joint program, students obtain both the Bachelor s Degree awarded by Columbia University and the Master s Degree awarded by Sciences Po, otherwise known as Le Diplôme. This joint program, referred to as 5 year BA/MA Program, is aimed principally at students specializing in the social sciences and public and international affairs who could like to develop their intellectual and professional capabilities from a cross cultural and transatlantic perspective. It is also open to students interested in academic and research oriented careers. This dual training and double credential offers unique access to Europe, the Francophone world, and to the field of international and public affairs in general. Eligibility The BA/MA Program is open to students at Columbia College, the School of General Studies and Barnard College in all majors and specializations; as long as the joint selection committee determines that they have the appropriate prerequisites for admission. For more information about the criteria of eligibility please consult: BA MA pdf. Curriculum Information Junior year: Students admitted to the BA:MA program spend their junior year at CU/Barnard. They carefully choose their courses in agreement with their adviser, in line with the major they pursue at CU/Barnard and in line with the prerequisites they need for admission to their chosen Master s Program at Sciences Po. Senior year: During their senior year students remain enrolled at CU/Barnard but study at Sciences Po as Master s students in their first year. During the month of September and early October, students are required to attend the two week intensive orientation program offered by Sciences Po for international students. Final year: during the second year at Sciences Po, students are not enrolled at CU anymore; they carry on their course of studies at Sciences Po towards the Master s degree as any other regularly registered Sciences Po students. Master s Programs available at Sciences Po: Paris School of International Affairs Ecole de la communication Affaires publiques Affaires européennes Carrières judiciaries et juridiques Droit économique Finance et stratégie Gestion de resources humaines Marketing et etudes Stratégies territoriales et urbaines Application & Contacts Columbia University students must submit their application by March For all inquiries, you may contact Lindsey Schram in the Office of Global Programs Alliance Program: Contact : Lauranne Bardin
5 Dual Master s in Journalism Columbia University and Sciences Po Description Because of the changes in journalism, the quick evolution of techniques, and the constant broadening of trainings, Sciences Po and Columbia want to find a way to face those challenges and offer a unique international program for journalism. These two Schools want to put their assets together to introduce students to all types of media standards and methods, be they French, European, or Anglo Saxon. They also want them to master journalism techniques better, to be trained in two different languages, and to benefit from an unprecedented international exposure. Both institutions work together to offer students a practical approach to journalism as well as high quality intellectual training taught by journalists, key players on the international scene, and university teachers. Students are trained to enter national and international newsrooms on a globalized labor market. Students attend a two year course, and spend one year in each School of journalism. Eligibility This program is highly selective. Up to five Columbia students will be chosen to take part in this dual degree. These students can only apply during the first year of their Master's degree at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and will be selected according to the criteria used by the Sciences Po School of Journalism to select its own students. The applications are reviewed both by Sciences Po University and by Columbia, which set up a common jury for all candidates. Curriculum Information This dual Sciences Po Columbia degree in journalism is taught in French at Sciences Po and in English at Columbia. This program offers a great number of classes in social sciences (international relations, economics, European current affairs, political history) as well as practical classes in journalism (TV, radio, Web, print press). At the end of this two year course, students are awarded two Master's degrees in journalism: one from Sciences Po University and one from Columbia University. Year 1 at Columbia University School of Journalism: Students enroll for the 10 months M.S. (Master of Science) course at Columbia. In order to be awarded their diploma, they have to attend all the classes listed below. During their M.S. year, they apply to spend an extra year at Sciences Po University. Autumn Semester: Reporting & Writing I Elective Master's Project Journalism Essentials Skills of the Journalist Spring Semester: Advanced Reporting & Writing Seminar Media Workshop Master s Project Year 2 at Sciences Po School of Journalism: Students who are selected for the dual diploma spend a year in Paris and are awarded the diploma after one year instead of two, if they fulfill all the academic requirements listed above. In Paris, students have to attend courses at Sciences Po School of journalism and also go on part time training in a newsroom in Paris. Classes: Students have the opportunity to build their program with the head of the School of journalism, and to choose classes in social sciences (international relations, economics, political history, etc.) and techniques (TV, radio, press media, Web) taught in first and second year at the School of journalism or in other Master's degrees at Sciences Po University, depending on their profile.
6 Internship: As well as attending classes, students have to go on a training course in a Parisian newsroom, either eight months in one go, or four months twice. Students have a training agreement with Sciences Po Avenir. They can be granted an allowance for their training, but it has to be decided on an individual basis by the employer. School schedule: The school year at Sciences Po University goes from September to February (autumn term: 2 seven week sessions) and from February to May (spring term: 2 seven week sessions). For more information about the Dual Master s in Journalism and additional information about the courses offered please consult po.fr/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=22&itemid=161. Application Columbia University's students have to submit their application by December 2013 on Sciences Po University's applications website: po.fr/fr/node/28
7 PhD Partnership in Political Science Between Columbia University and Sciences Po Description The PhD Partnership program in Political Science between Columbia University and Sciences Po is the first one of its kind between the two institutions. Building on a decade of strong existing collaboration between our two institutions through the Alliance Program, this dual degree furthers our mission to extend our global engagement by supporting the international training and scholarly approach of a new generation of political scientists. This dual degree program allows students to spend two years at the partner institution, during which students take courses, conduct research, write a dissertation under the direction of a joint Columbia Sciences Po dissertation committee, and eventually be come eligible to receive the PhD degrees of both institutions. Students will be granted unique opportunities to broaden and deepen their knowledge of their discipline in an international intellectual environment and pursue their doctoral research under the supervision of joint faculty teams of the highest academic quality. Eligibility The program is only open to doctoral students in Political Science who are currently enrolled at Columbia University in their third year of studies or when they initially apply to the PhD Program in Political Science. Before beginning their residency at Sciences Po, students must have completed at least four semester of residency (i.e four RUs) and all the other requirements for admission to PhD candidacy, During their residency at Columbia, students are required to complete 10 out of 12 courses normally required in their first four semesters for the MPhil. There are then required to take 4 additional courses at Sciences Po, Students must have a Columbia faculty sponsor, Students can specialize in any Political Science subfield that matches the research interests of Sciences Po faculty. Curriculum Information At the home institution: In addition to the standard requirements of all PhD students at their home institution, dual degree students who are selected for the program are eligible to leave for the partner institution provided they have completed the following additional prerequirements related to the dual degree track: Successful defense their dissertation proposal at the home institution before departure for the host institution, Serving as a teaching assistant for two semesters (with exceptions for students who have secured outside funding). Note: Some course waivers may also apply to dual degree students prior to departure for the host institution. At the host institution: Requirements that dual degree students will need to have met to be eligible to a PhD degree in Political Science from both institutions include: taking four courses at the partner institution, including one field survey course and one course in methodology, passing these courses with honors (for Columbia students at Sciences Po) or passing the qualifying exam in their major field (for Sciences Po students at Columbia), presentation of a research paper to the department of the host institution, defending their dissertation with a joint Columbia Sciences Po committee, including a 100 page summary of their dissertation in English (for Sciences Po students) or French (for Columbia students). Application & Contacts Columbia University students must submit their application by December 1st, Results will be announced by May For all inquiries, you may contact Astrid von Busekist, Professor of Political Science and Chair of Graduate Studies at Sciences Po, at po.org and Gregory Wawro, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of Graduate Studies at Columbia University, at
8 Dual Master s in International Affairs Columbia University and Sciences Po Description Building on the complementary approaches of two prestigious institutions with rich and diverse academic traditions, Sciences Po s Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA) and Columbia University s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) both members of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA), offer a dual Master s degree program in International Affairs. The curriculum blends international relations expertise with courses designed to provide professional skills. It is designed to offer advanced education in international affairs and to give students the opportunity to develop a top level career in the private, public non profit sectors. No proficiency in French is required to study at Sciences Po s School of International Affairs (PSIA). After two years, students will earn both SIPA's MIA and Sciences Po's Master s degree. For students who seek a financial orientation in international relations and who have French language proficiency, Sciences Po also offers a dual degree with SIPA in Finance and Strategy. All students will spend the first year in Paris at Sciences Po, acquiring core skills and a solid multidisciplinary base in a French educational context, and their second year in New York at SIPA, where they will be able to gain in depth specialization. Dual degree alumni are currently working in Paris, New York, London, Geneva, Copenhagen, Pristina and Sao Paulo at diverse institutions such as Goldman Sachs, the World Bank, Doctors without Borders, the European Commission, Air France, and Bloomberg LP. Eligibility Each year, between 15 to 20 students will be selected from around the world to be part of the SIPA/Sciences Po dual degree. Applicants do not have to be enrolled at SIPA or at Sciences Po to apply to the dual degree program. Applicants must: Have an undergraduate degree, irrespective of the area of studies, university or country of origin. Demonstrate excellent proficiency in French and in English. All selected applicants will spend their first academic year at Sciences Po ( ) and their second academic year at SIPA ( ). Curriculum Information Year 1 at Sciences Po Specializations offered: Master Sécurité internationale Master Politique économique internationale Master Management public international Master Environnement, développement durable et risques Master Finance et stratégie / International Business Year 2 at SIPA Concentrations offered : Economic and Political Development (EPD) Energy and Environment (EE) Human Rights (HR) International Finance and Economic Policy (IFEP) International Security Policy (ISP) Urban and Social Policy (USP) Specializations offered: Regional Specialization: Africa, East Asia, Europe, Latin America Advanced Policy and Economic Analysis (APEA) Applied Science (AS) International Conflict Resolution (ICRS) International Media, Advocacy and Communications (IMAC)
9 International Organizations (IO) Management For more information about the Dual Master s in International Affairs and more specifically about the courses please consult master.sciences po.fr/sites/default/files/sipa_brochure.pdf. Application & Contact Online admissions open in October. All application materials must be submitted online by February Applications will be reviewed by a joint Admissions Board comprised of representatives from SIPA and Sciences Po. For all inquiries, please contact Melissa Mundell, Academic Advisor, Paris School of International Affairs at Sciences Po, at po.fr or Mona Khalidi, Assistant Dean at School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University, at
12 The Joint BS/MS Program Columbia University and Ecole Polytechnique Description The Columbia Ecole Polytechnique 5 years BS/MS Program allows selected Columbia undergraduate students from The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) to combine the strength of both institutions and follow an intensive joint Program in Engineering and Applied Science. Upon completion of this joint Program, students obtain both the Bachelor s Degree in Science awarded by SEAS and the Master s Degree awarded by Ecole Polytechnique (EP). This joint program is principally aimed at students specializing in Engineering and Applied Science who wish to develop their intellectual and professional capabilities from a cross cultural and transatlantic perspective. It is also open to students interested in more academic or research oriented careers. This dual degree program offers unique access to Europe, the Francophone world, and to the field of Engineering and Applied Science. For selected SEAS students, the senior year at Ecole Polytechnique within the BS/MS Program replaces the study abroad. Eligibility Applicants must: Be Applied Physics, Applied Mathematics, IEOR or Computer Engineering major students Maintain a 3.8 GPA during junior year, Reach a satisfactory level of French language proficiency before starting senior year, as determined by the Office of Global Initiatives and Education at SEAS. Curriculum Information Columbia University students going to Ecole Polytechnique Junior year: Students admitted to the BS/MS program spend their junior year at SEAS. The students choose carefully their junior year courses and pre agree on the courses that they will be taking during their senior year at Ecole Polytechnique and that will count towards their BS program at Columbia University. Senior year: During their senior year, students remain enrolled at SEAS but study at EP as First Year Master s students. During the months of July and August prior the beginning of First Year Master s courses at EP, students may attend a 6 week intensive language training coordinated by EP. BS/MS students are expected to obtain their Bachelor s degree from Columbia University at the end of their senior year. Final Year: During their second year at EP, students are not enrolled at SEAS anymore; they carry on their course of studies at EP towards the Master s Degree as any other regularly registered EP student. Ecole Polytechnique students going to Columbia University Fourth year: After having fulfilled all the academic requirements of the chosen Master s degree at SEAS, usually within 2 to 3 semesters, students admitted to the BS/MS program will obtain a Master s degree from SEAS and the Diplôme de l Ecole Polytechnique. Application & Contact Applicants should apply during the second semester of their sophomore year. Final admission to the program is granted in the spring of junior year. Seriously interested candidates may Leora Brovman, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Student Affairs and Global Programs at SEAS, at to schedule a meeting.
13 Dual Certificate in African Studies Columbia University and Panthéon Sorbonne University Description The year long Certificate in African Studies program is a collaboration between Panthéon Sorbonne University and Columbia University during which a cohort of up to 20 students from Panthéon Sorbonne University and Columbia study together in Paris during the fall semester and in New York during the spring semester. The program is designed to introduce students to the intensive study of Africa through methodological and theoretical training across disciplines, and through exposure to a bicultural and multidisciplinary approach to African Studies. This unique transatlantic partnership between Columbia and Panthéon Sorbonne University prepares new generations of African Studies specialists by providing diverse opportunities to examine critical issues and perspectives about Africa and its relationship to its past as well as its place in today s global world. Additionally, students can study an African language. Eligibility Applicants must: Be a currently enrolled undergraduate student in good academic standing at Columbia College, the School of General Studies, or Barnard College, Be either a junior or a senior while enrolled in the program, Have completed at least two years of college level French or the equivalent, Have at least a 3.0 GPA with a minimum language GPA of 3.0, Demonstrated interest/prior knowledge in African Studies: This program is most appropriate for, but not limited to, students majoring in African Studies, History, Political Science, Anthropology, Economics, Sustainable Development, Comparative Literature, or French, Note: It is expected that you will be enrolled in a French language course in the term preceding your enrollment in Paris. Grammar, composition, or literature courses will better prepare you for a semester in Paris than conversation courses. Curriculum Information Columbia courses during the spring semester: Required Course Introduction to Modern African History, Mamadou Diouf + an African Language course Elective courses (examples) Introduction to the African Diaspora Ethnic Conflict and Unrest Unheard Voices: African Women Africa and France Urban African Culture Civil Wars Panthéon Sorbonne University courses during the fall semester: Required Courses Introduction to African Studies + French Language Practicum Elective courses (examples) Conférence de méthode in African Studies Histoire politique de l Afrique contemporaine Sociohistoire de l Etat dans le monde arabe Historiographie de l histoire de l Afrique Sociétés, cultures et religions de l Afrique subsaharienne Guerre et société en Méditerranée :les figures du combattant
14 Application & Contacts Alliance Program: columbia.edu/cu/alliance/ Columbia University students must submit their application by April For all inquiries, you may contact Lindsey Schram in the Office of Global Programs.
15 Dual Master s Degree in Art History Columbia University and Panthéon Sorbonne University Description The Dual Master s Degree program offers students a unique opportunity to learn from two of the best Art History graduate programs in the world. Students spend one semester at the partner institution during their second year. Typically, Columbia students travel in the fall and Panthéon Sorbonne University students spend the spring at Columbia. During their semester abroad, all students will follow a regular full course semester and will complete necessary requirements regarding the Master s thesis. Upon completing this program, graduates earn an MA in Art History or in Modern Art: Critical and Curatorial Studies from Columbia University, as well as an MA in Art History from the Panthéon Sorbonne University (spécialité Histoire de l Art or spécialité Histoire et Politique des Musées et du Patrimoine ). Building on the Alliance Program s decade long partnership, this dual degree furthers Columbia University and Panthéon Sorbonne University s commitment to transnational academic training. Eligibility The program is open to Columbia University students currently enrolled in the first year of the MA in Art History or the MA in Modern Art: Critical and Curatorial Studies. The program is open to students who have been accepted to the second year of the program at the Université Paris 1 ( Master 2 Recherche Histoire de l Art or Master 2 Recherche Histoire et Politique des Musées et du Patrimoine ). Curriculum Information Columbia dual degree MA students: 42 credit hours (14 courses) with an MA thesis required for graduation: Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4 MA critical colloquium Seminar Lecture Lecture MA critical colloquium Seminar Lecture Lecture MA Thesis I: Research Art History Seminary Art History elective Art History elective Art History elective MA Thesis II: Writing Panthéon Sorbonne University dual degree MA students 2 nd year: 10 courses with an MA thesis required for graduation: Semester 3 Semester 4 24h MA colloquium MA curatorial colloquium Elective lecture (12h) Elective Seminar (12h) Elective lecture (12h) Elective lecture (12h) Elective lecture (12h) Elective lecture (12h) MA thesis I: Research MA thesis II: Writing For a complete list of courses please consult: Columbia University s Art History Department at columbia.edu/cu/arthistory. Panthéon Sorbonne University s Art History Department at univ paris1.fr/ufr/general presentation ufr03. Application & Contacts Columbia University students must submit their application in person to Luke Barclay by April 15th, Results will be announced mid May for Columbia students. For all inquiries, you may contact Anne Higonnet
16 Questions? Contact Lauranne Bardin,Assistant Director, at JD Master in French Law Between Columbia University and Panthéon Sorbonne University Description This program consists of two years of law study at Columbia Law School followed by two years at Panthéon Sorbonne University. Upon successfully completing the four years of study, participants receive a JD degree from Columbia and a Master of Law degree from Panthéon Sorbonne University and qualify for admission to the bar examinations and the bars in both the United States and in France. Without this joint program, it would take three years at Columbia and five years at Panthéon Sorbonne University to acquire these degrees. The aim of the program is to train lawyers who will be exceptionally well qualified to practice law on an international level. The program offers a complete course of study in both legal systems, affording students an extremely high measure of preparation for the transnational practice of law. The program at Columbia is directed by a committee of faculty and administrators, including George Bermann and Jane Ginsburg. The French director of the program is Professor Pascal de Vareilles Sommieres. Eligibility Applicants admitted by Columbia with Panthéon Sorbonne University s concurrence must: Be completely fluent in French. Apply either during the initial application phase for the Columbia J.D. program or during the spring semester of the first year following admission to Columbia Law. Applicants admitted by Panthéon Sorbonne University with Columbia University s concurrence must: Have the Baccalaureate degree and have completed at least two years of advanced study at a French institution of higher education if they are applying in France. Curriculum At Columbia Law School Students are expected to take all required Foundation courses in their first year. In the second year, students must take 31 credits of American law. Since students will later have two full years of French civil and European law, their focus should be on American law topics. In general, students are not encouraged to take clinical law or foreign and comparative law offerings. At Panthéon Sorbonne University The French academic calendar runs roughly from the first week of October to the end of January, and then February through the end of June. Year 1 Year 2 Business Law I and II Advanced Civil Law I and II Contracts I and II International Private Law I and II Administrative Law I and II Labor Law I and II or Corporate Tax Law Introduction to Civil Law, Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, European Community Law, Family Law + Elective courses: Banking & Securities, Labor Law, International Public Law, Commercial Law/Bankruptcy, Matrimonial Law, Intellectual Property, Criminal Procedure Law and Civil Procedure + Elective courses: Banking & Securities, Labor Law, International Public Law, Commercial Law/Bankruptcy, Matrimonial Law, Intellectual Property, Criminal Procedure Law and Civil Procedure
17 Questions? Contact Lauranne Bardin,Assistant Director, at For a complete list of courses please consult the Columbia Law School website: law.columbia.edu/center_program/intl_progs/double_degree/paris. Application & Contacts Columbia University students should send their application to For all inquiries, please contact Professor George Bermann
18 JD/Certificate in Global Business Law and Governance Columbia University, Sciences Po, and Panthéon Sorbonne University Description Combining resources and expertise, Columbia Law School, Panthéon Sorbonne University and the Institut d Études Politiques (Sciences Po) bring you a groundbreaking new program in legal education. Columbia Law School students earn both a JD from Columbia and a joint Certificate in Global Business Law and Governance from the faculties of law at Columbia, Sciences Po, and Panthéon Sorbonne University, entirely within the three year timeframe required to complete the JD program. Join a new generation of lawyers trained from both an American common law and from a European civil law perspective. Graduates will be uniquely prepared to assume leadership roles in today s international law firms, courts and corporations, banking and financial institutions, academia, and global governance and regulatory agencies. Study with distinguished U.S. and European faculties on the cutting edge of research and practice. The interdisciplinary expertise of our faculty spans business law, finance and economics to corporate governance and national and global regulatory regimes. A variety of opportunities are available for students to take part in faculty research. Eligibility Please see the Columbia Law School webpage on this program, web.law.columbia.edu/international programs/studyabroad programs/global alliance programs/jd certificate global business law and governance. Curriculum Information An integrated, English language curriculum provides a dynamic mix of theory and practical insight. Many courses take the form of small seminars, fostering faculty student interaction and the cross cultural sharing of ideas. At Columbia University While the curriculum may vary slightly from year to year, there are over two dozen courses to choose from during the semester at Columbia Law School encompassing most international business law courses. In consultation with their adviser, Columbia Law School students may also earn credit for supervised research, participation in international journals or moot courts and other scholarly work directly related to global business law and governance. At Sciences Po and Panthéon Sorbonne University The semester in Paris focuses on comparative, international and European perspectives on legal issues. Past courses include: Comparative Employment Discrimination Law, Comparative Labor Law, Economics in International Relations, European Contract Law, EU Competition Law, EU Institutional Law, Global Litigation and Conflicts of Laws, History of Legal Thought, Intellectual Property in a Global Perspective, International Arbitration, International Contracts, International Investment Law, Public Contracts in Legal Globalization, Tutorial Projects and WTO Case Law and Litigation. Special workshops and other experiential learning opportunities introduce students to front line practitioners and leaders in business and government. Application & Contact Applications are accepted in the spring semester prior to the year students wish to participate in the program. Please see the Columbia Law School webpage on this program for more information on required documents: web.law.columbia.edu/international programs/study abroad programs/global alliance programs/jd certificate globalbusiness law and governance. For all inquiries, please the Office of International Programs at or call (212)
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