NUS College ký kết hợp tác với các trường ĐH tại Paris

Thứ sáu, 29/07/2022, 09:00 GMT+7

NUS College has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Sciences Po, Université Paris Cité and Inalco, signalling its continued cooperation with the Parisian universities in fostering interdisciplinarity, as well as greater collaboration in teaching and research projects. The MOU was signed by NUS College Dean Professor Simon Chesterman, President of Sciences Po Mr Mathias Vicherat, and President of Université Paris Cité Professor Christine Clerici on 5 July.

Heralding greater collaboration in teaching and research: (left to right) Prof Christine Clerici, President of Université Paris Cité; Mr Mathias Vicherat, President of Sciences Po; and Prof Simon Chesterman, Dean of NUS College.

The MOU strengthens NUS’ longstanding partnership with the institutions which began through the former Sorbonne Paris Cité Alliance. The agreement will also support the launch of Global Experience Paris (GExParis) as part of NUS College’s flagship Global Pathways Programme.

Another MOU signed on the same day saw NUS College and Sciences Po’s continued collaboration on the NUS-Sciences Po Double Degree Programme, which was previously hosted by NUS’ University Scholars Programme. First established in 2016, the four-year programme allows students to attain a Bachelor of Arts/Social Sciences (Honours) from NUS, and a Bachelor of Arts from Sciences Po. Students spend two years at each university, starting first at Sciences Po in France on the Le Havre, Menton or Reims Campus, focusing on the social sciences. At NUS, students can major in Economics, History, Political Science, or Sociology in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and read multidisciplinary modules in NUS College.

The prestigious programme admits up to 10 students each year. Fifteen students have graduated from the NUS-Sciences Po Double Degree Programme to date.

"NUS College is working to deepen the collaboration with Sciences Po. We are exploring the expansion of the double degree programme to admit more candidates per year and increase the majors available," said Professor Daniel Goh, Vice Dean (Special Programmes) of NUS College.

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