Le Grand Syllabus 2017/2018
Diplomacy and Foreign Policy Courses offered in this area speciﬁcally explore the dynamics of foreign policy, diplomacy and decision making applied to international settings. Combining international relations, policy analysis and negotiation techniques, this sub-category provides students with a multidimensional insight of contemporary foreign policy and diplomacy and equips them with the ability to assess the development of governance capacity at the global level. Policy Management and Leadership This sub-category of IPM develops practical skills and introduces the key instruments for policy development, management, and leadership. It directly prepares students for their internship and their next professional venture. Subjects include project management, ﬁnancial planning and development, human resources, policy evaluation, crisis management, international litigation, and negotiation. The learning objective is to exalt leadership potential and heighten professional development in policy management. In addition to the core IPM courses, students choose two concentrations. The PSIA concentrations are the full embodiment of the diversity of PSIA course offerings. Please refer to the concentration section included in the general summary of PSIA. Career opportunities International Public Management students may typically consider careers in local, national or international administrations, in intergovernmental and non-governmental organisations or in transnational ﬁrms, working in domains such as international cooperation, development or new public-private sector partnerships.