The American University of Parishttp://www.aup.edu
6, rue du Colonel Combes Paris, 75007 France
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The American University of Paris is a 4-year undergraduate and graduate Liberal Arts University, and is a fully accredited American institution of higher learning, offering 17 Majors with the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees. The University also offers 9 graduate degrees.
- Earn your college degree while studying in the heart of Paris
- Earn extra credits by enrolling as a part-time student, or in our Summer Term
- The American University of Paris is the only American institution in France providing quality Liberal Arts education in English
Costs are in Euros - Inquire for more info.
Please contact the Admissions Office.
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Chartered as a liberal arts college in 1962, The American University of Paris is today an urban, independent, international university located at the confluence of France, Europe, and the world. We aim to provide the finest American undergraduate and graduate programs to students from all national, linguistic, and educational backgrounds, and to take our place as a renowned global center for innovative interdisciplinary research. To that end our curriculum is discipline-based, comparative, and cross-cultural. Both student learning and faculty research are driven by a desire for excellence, are shaped by our singular geography and demographic diversity, and directed towards critical twenty-first-century issues. AUP offers an innovative pedagogical model integrating classroom learning and hands-on experience that prepares students to master and to make, to reflect and to apply, to analyze and to act. Our mission is to educate our graduates to communicate well in a world of many languages, to think critically about history, culture, the arts, science, politics, business, communication, and society, to develop creative interdisciplinary approaches to important contemporary challenges, to be both technologically and culturally literate in a world of swift-paced change, to understand the ethical imperatives of living in such a world, and to take their places as responsible actors in communities, civil societies, and countries around the globe.
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