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Iran’s President Mr Rouhani’s ‘Shopping trip’ to France

Posted on February 4th, 2016

Last week’s visit by President of Iran Hassan Rouhani was a hot topic in the press. Schiller Professor Claudia Castiglioni, Dept. of International Relations and an expert in European History and Iran, gives a summary on the event.


Meet Sonia, a 4th year student in IRD

Posted on January 29th, 2016

Sonia Baturesonia bature


BA in International Relations and Diplomacy

My interest in environmental sustainability all started here at Schiller when I took a course on sustainable development with Professor Regis Maubrey. As part of the course, each student was assigned a research project. In my case, environmental issues affecting the Sahel region. I thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of the course, and have since decided I would like to work in the field of environmental sustainability. At Schiller, you know you are learning from Professors with rich backgrounds in their domains. Prof Maubrey’s extensive experience in teaching as well as working and setting up NGOS in the African continent reassured me that I too could attain great things. (more…)

Prof. Studzinska presents our American Foreign Policy course

Posted on January 21st, 2016

Jean Studzinska - American Foreign PolicyOne of the undergraduate modules being taught this month is American Foreign Policy. Professor Jean Studzinska talks to us a little about what students are in for this month.


Student biography of the month

Posted on January 21st, 2016

One of the joys of Schiller’s monthly intake system means we get to welcome new students every month! Meet Daniel, one of our January starters.

daniel doria, bio pic Nationality: South African but grew up in Tanzania

Program of study: BA International Relations and Diplomacy

Why I chose to study at Schiller: In a nutshell, I was looking for a tight- knit English-speaking community in Paris. Before starting, I’d visited the campus and felt immediately welcomed.

Why I chose to live in Paris: Because Paris is incredible. Everyone knows that!

What I enjoy doing in myspare time: Reading, listening to music, and most of all, playing basketball!

TOEFL iBT Center in Paris 15th

Posted on December 21st, 2015


TOEFL Center in ParisAs of December 2015, SIU Paris is also a recognized TOEFL examination center. Conveniently located in the 15th arrondissement of Paris, our test rooms can accommodate up to 45 candidates who wish to pass the Test of English as Foreign Language (TOEFL) in France.

Along with IELTS (International English Language Testing System), TOEFL is one of the two major English-language tests accepted by English-speaking academic and professional institutions all over the world.

On the south bank of central Paris, we are close to metro stations Vaugirard and Convention (line 12). (more…)

Student Success

"My four years spent at Schiller International University obtaining a bachelor's degree in International Business, taught me how to pursue my dreams while constantly challenging and preparing me to work and live in a multicultural environment. It opened my eyes to a world of travel and exposed me to a constant diversity of nationalities, building my character in and outside of the classroom. I am thankful for my invaluable experience at SIU and for all the amazing people I met from around the world"

~ Nathalie Lister
BA, International Business
Class of 2009

"Studying at Schiller International University's Paris Campus is a smart way to increase one's cross-cultural literacy in the heart of Franco-phonic culture, while learning in a friendly, welcoming and supportive atmosphere. It is not only about what you learn from textbooks, but experiencing the splendour of starting on a new page by travelling and soaking oneself in a foreign culture, in the quest to gain a valuable understanding of the ever dynamic globalised world we live in."

~ Graeme Polson
MBA, International Business
2012 Graduate

"Rich. Diverse. Unique. These are just a few of the words that I would use to describe my time at Schiller. Nothing can be compared to the enriching experience of being in a classroom and exchanging ideas with people from all continents. The classes left a lasting impression on what cultural diversity means to me and I am exponentially thankful to Schiller for that opportunity."

~ Ashley Clarke
MA, International Relations and Diplomacy
2014 Graduate

"Studying at Schiller University gave me the opportunity to broaden my horizons educationally and culturally, not only with the excellent MA program and faculty, but as well as the interactions with so many wonderful classmates, whom I'm lucky to call friends today, and am still in touch with. For an International Relations program, you can't go wrong with Schiller University's Paris Campus."

~ S. Hesam Houryband
MA, International Relations and Diplomacy