Costas Miltiades joined SIU in May this year and he is teaching the IR&D Workshop on International Negotiations focusing on the theories and aspects of international diplomatic negotiations. This course also examines traditional and emerging negotiation strategies with a view to providing students an insight to the complexities of the international negotiation process.Continue reading “Meet Schiller Paris Faculty member – Costas Miltiades, former senior diplomat from Cyprus”
We are proud to announce that from next week and until July 2019, Up for Humanness will start a SIS UP program in the training of students enhances their ability to assume personal and concrete responsibilities in society and responds to their search for meaning.
Here is the tentative calendar of the training sessions:
– April 1st from 10h00 to 2:00 PM at Schiller Campus Common Room.
– April 9th from 9h00 to 5:00 PM Place: off site (to be announced soon).
– From April 10th to July 8th Online follow-up
– June 20th from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Schiller Campus
– July 8th from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM off site.(place to be announced soon)
Hear from Philippe from Spain, SIU Madrid student who spent two semesters in the Paris campus.
Transferring from the Madrid campus to the Paris campus sure was a challenge.
Moving into a new city which I thought I’d dislike but as soon as I got there and saw the campus I started meeting new people right away, and adapting to the classes well. I ended up staying for two semesters because the city was so lively and full of things to do, you sort of have to find your way around but once you have your friends and your places you go to, anywhere can feel like a home.
Schiller International University in Paris wishes all American students Happy Independence Day!
May your day be filled with patriotic spirit and lots of fireworks!
There are nearly 100,000 Americans living in Paris and Americans have long been an important thread in the ever-growing diverse tapestry that is France. From Ernest Hemingway to Josephine Baker, a number of Americans have made important contributions or risen to fame in France.
So when July 4tharrives in Paris, both America and France take the opportunity to celebrate not only Americans living in Paris, but also the long-time bond between the two countries.
Every year on July 4th at Picpus cemetery in Paris, the American Flag that flies over the tomb of Lafayette (1757-1834) is changed in a ceremony in tribute to Lafayette’s contributions to the American War of Independence.