Programme France Caraïbe

Programme France Caraïbe

Descriptif de la Formation

Présentatation du Programme France Caraïbe (fr)

 

Proposé depuis l'année 2007-2008, le Programme France Caraïbe est une formation intégrée en cinq ans, spécialisée dans le domaine des relations internationales, de la coopération et des sociétés de la Caraïbe, débouchant sur la délivrance du diplôme de Sciences Po Bordeaux et d'un triple master en "études politiques et coopération internationale", (de l'Université des Antilles et de Guyane, de l'Université des West Indies & de l'Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Bordeaux) soit un total de 4 diplômes conférant le grade de master.

Chaque promotion regroupe une dizaine d'étudiants, de l'UAG, de UWI et de l'IEP, qui suivent une scolarité en commun successivement sur les 3 sites quelque soit leur établissement d'origine. Si la première et la troisième année du programme se déroule à Bordeaux, la 2ème année à lieu en Martinique et la 4ème année a lieu à Kingston en Jamaïque...
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Année
Etablissement
Site
 Entrée Bac+1
   
1ère année
Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Bordeaux
Bordeaux, France
2ème  année
Université des Antilles et de la Guyane (UAG)
Schœlcher, Martinique
3ème année
Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Bordeaux
Bordeaux, France
4ème année (niv.bac+5)
University of West Indies, Mona (UWI)
Kingston, Jamaique


Pour avoir une présentation plus précise du programme, vous pouvez télécharger la maquette de présentation
: www.cean.sciencespobordeaux.fr/plaquette_PROCAR_FR2E.pdf

 

Presentation of the French-Caribbean Joint Degree Programme (en)

 

Established during the 2007-2008 academic year, the French-Caribbean Programme is an ambitious 5-year joint Masters degree available to French and Jamaican students specialising in Political Studies and International Cooperation. The foci of the programme are varied, incorporating significant areas of the social sciences (political science, international relations, sociology, economics, international law, culture générale, history, human geography...). Indeed, the raison d’être of the programme is the fostering of greater cooperation and exchange between the Caribbean and Europe in response to the exigencies of a globalised world. Career possibilities are therefore appreciable, notably, in politics, diplomacy, research and consultancy, journalism etc. What is more, the programme has a practical aspect since, whilst the first year is done at the local university (i.e. Mona for Jamaicans, Bordeaux and Schœlcher for the French), accepted candidates will complete the remaining four years in the context of student mobility.

 

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Year

University

Location

2nd yr

Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po)

Bordeaux, France

3rd yr

Université des Antilles et de la Guyane (UAG)

Schœlcher, Martinique

4th yr

Institute of Political Studies

Bordeaux, France

5th yr

University of West Indies, Mona (UWI)

Kingston, Jamaica

 

Upon completion of studies, the student will have received a joint-Masters in Political Studies and International Cooperation from UWI, UAG and Sciences Po in addition to three separate diplomas, one from each of the afore mentioned academic establishments.

For more information on the French-Caribbean Programme and how to apply, download the link below:  www.cean.sciencespobordeaux.fr/plaquette_PROCAR_FR2E.pdf

 

More on


- The Université des Antilles et de la Guyane is a 12 000 student-strong university spread across the French overseas departments (departments d’outre-mer) of the Caribbean region. It has five campuses, of which two are in Guadeloupe and French Guyana and one in Martinique. The 3rd year of the French-Caribbean Programme is undertaken at the Faculty of Law and Economics in Schœlcher, Martinique. The faculty itself has a cohort of 1 600 students and is the oldest institution of higher learning on the island.

 

- The Institute of Political Studies (Institut d’études politiques) in Bordeaux, more commonly referred to as “Sciences Po Bordeaux”, is one of only nine of its kind that are French grandes écoles specializing in the political sciences. Affiliated with the University Montesquieu Bordeaux-IV, Sciences Po is highly selective and renowned for high standards. Its programme of ‘Filières intégrées’ (integrated student exchanges) with its European neighbours and the presence of international students from the four corners of the globe provide a favorable context for the French-Caribbean Programme which, much like Sciences Po, is centred on exchange and cooperation. The 2nd and 4th years of the programme are done at the institute.



19/10/2008
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