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Program Year

Obligatoire - 27 ECTS

  • Modèles décisionnels avancés
  • Humanitarian Logistics
  • Négociation
  • Enjeux de la justice transitionnelle
  • Séminaires
  • Economie du bien-être
  • Langue vivante 2
  • State building et reconstruction des ordres politiques
  • Gestion des crises

Optionnel - 3 ECTS

  • Comparative politics
  • Mobilisation de méthodes de recherche dans le contexte professionnel
  • SPOC SIGMA - Managing ODD

Obligatoire - 18 ECTS

  • Data, conficts and disasters
  • Early warning systems
  • Economie des guerres civiles
  • Stage/mémoire

Optionnel - 12 ECTS

  • Microfinance
  • Economie des migrations internationales
  • Traitement juridique des conflits armés
  • Genre, conflits armés, post conflit
  • SEMINAIRE PSL 1
  • SEMINAIRE PSL 2
  • SEMINAIRE PSL 3
  • Les crises environnementales du XXIè siècle

Academic Training Year 2021 - 2022 - subject to modification


Teaching Modalities

This track consists of 394 hours of classes taken between the months of September and June. 50% of courses are taught in English.

Students spend the first semester (S3) taking courses and the second semester (S4) doing an internship and writing their thesis.

For the internship, students must prepare a report consisting of (a) an account of what they did during the internship and how it went, (b) an in-depth exploration of a topic that interested them during the internship.
For the thesis, students consult with their advisor to design a research project that pertains to the disciplines and subjects they have explored over the course of their Master’s degree.


Internships and Supervised Projects

The program is connected to a network of organizations, NGOs, administrations, and businesses that offer internship opportunities to students. Students are also encouraged to seek out their own internship opportunities. The six-month internship is full-time and normally takes place between April and October so that it is completed before theses are defended in late October and before the graduation ceremony in late November.