Posted on June 15th, 2016
Throughout its forty-year existence, the Paris Campus of Schiller International University has developed a strong network of alumni and friends in sub-Saharan Africa. These multiple ties have long helped give us insights into the steady development and current trends in the higher education sectors of African countries. On recent trips to Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, South Africa and Zimbabwe, I met school administrators, students, parents and government officials each of whom have their own specific perspective on their countries’ universities and colleges. What I learned from these discussions were the differences in strengths and weaknesses; all of them, however, have to tackle three challenges facing their respective tertiary education sectors.
Posted on June 14th, 2016
Congratulations to All Graduates of this 2016 Ceremony!
SIU Paris Graduation Ceremony 2016 – Schiller Paris
Posted on April 19th, 2016
Thursday April 21st, 11:30am – 12:30pm
Conference presented by Jean Tuan, advisor to Bordeaux exporters with over 30 years of experience weaving business relations between France and China; and Xiaoyu Li, professor of business and marketing at Schiller International University.
They will give a joint conference starting with a broad overview of the transformations of the Chinese economy for the past 30 years before passing onto the more immediate and practical matters such as getting a foothold and doing business in China and with the Chinese. They will provide students insights drawn from their experience in Franco-Chinese business relations and from their respective expertise in export/import and marketing.
Posted on April 5th, 2016
SIU Paris is honored to have Prof. Jean-Marie Chevalier (Centre of Geopolitics of Energy and Raw Materials, Université Paris-Dauphine) give a conference on Energy Economics & Geopolitics.
Wednesday April 6th, 4:00pm in the Reading Room.
Posted on March 3rd, 2016
Paris Campus Director Dr James Brown will be participating next week in the Education Trade Mission to Africa, visiting South Africa, Ghana and the Ivory Coast. Organized by the United States Department of Commerce, the mission will bring together key actors in international education with the aim of establishing stronger links between Schiller and the American communities on the African continent.
Throughout the week, Schiller will be attending Education Fairs, networking events with American businesses and US Ambassadors, as well as meeting with Higher Education advisors at some of the countries’ top schools. With the rise of young Africans looking to study abroad and the rise in demand for international graduates in Europe, Schiller is very excited to be part of this unique opportunity!
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