Within UIR, Sciences-Po Rabat was the first program to be accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education. At the end of the third year, students in this program earn a Bachelor's degree in Political Studies from the International University of Rabat and a Bachelor's degree in Political Studies from the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Grenoble.
The Bachelor's degree in "Political Studies" aims to train high-level executives for the public and private sectors, at the national and international level.
KNOWLEDGE: It offers a multidisciplinary education (law, political science, economics, sociology, history, geopolitics, etc.,) to adapt to various professional situations and the challenges of the contemporary world.
SOFT SKILLS: Equipped with this solid method and their multidisciplinary analysis grid, our graduates can tackle all subjects: alongside administrative, political and economic policymakers. They are high-level generalists who are very much at ease with cross-disciplinary knowledge and an issue-based approach.
ORGANIZATION OF STUDIES:
A generalist cycle dedicated to the acquisition of fundamentals, the Bachelor of Political Studies allows students to acquire a liberal arts education. Spanning three years of study, this program prepares students for the two years of specialization in the Master's program.
Students wishing to obtain the full degree at Sciences-Po Grenoble, which is a diploma at a “Bac + 5” level, must imperatively pursue two years of master's level studies at Sciences-Po Rabat or Sciences-Po Grenoble.
ATOUTS : ADVANTAGES:
- A "real" double degree: a degree from UIR + a Bachelor's degree in political studies from the IEP in Grenoble, both internationally recognized and allowing students to pursue their studies abroad
- " Sciences-Po. Throughout the year, Rabat welcomes European research professors and research professors from Sciences Po Grenoble for academic contributions
- Study abroad in 2nd year (second semester) in one of our many partner institutions [reference to the DRI site] (Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe. Study abroad can also, under certain conditions, take place at Sciences-Po Grenoble.
- Cycle of conferences and symposia all year round as part of the "mercredis de Science Po" (Science Po's "Wednesdays").
Graduates of Sciences-Po Rabat join the vast network of Science-Po Grenoble alumni, the second largest in France. Graduates of Sciences-Po can join civil service, international organizations or, as is the case for the vast majority of them, the private sector. They hold management positions in various fields such as international relations and diplomacy, journalism, communication or administration.
Corporate functions: economic intelligence, junior consultants in consulting or auditing firms, banking, insurance, marketing, human resources, multinational companies, international trade…
Administration functions: civil servants or contractual employees in ministries, embassies, local authorities, public institutions, etc.
International functions: international governmental organizations (IGOs), non-governmental organizations (NGOs), lobbying, influencing, think tank, social development...
Media and communication functions: institutional communication, political communication, crisis communication, partnership relations, journalism, press attaché, polling institute, public relations, publishing, facilitation and event management...
Para-political functions: parliamentary attachés, chiefs of staff, advisers to national and regional politicians.
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to economics
Introduction to Political Science
Modern languages and current events 1
Middle East History and Contemporary Arab Intellectuals
Methods of study, debate and general knowledge
Geopolitics and International Relations
History of Political Ideas
Modern languages and current events 2
Social Science Epistemology
Public policy and statistics
Constitutional courts and remedies
Modern languages and current events 3
Foreign Policy Debate
History of Morocco and Sociology of Contemporary Islam
History of Political Thought
Public policy and economic issues
Modern languages and current events 4
Comparative US Policies
African Political Regimes and Policy Assessment
International relations and diplomatic work
Modern languages and current events 5
Ideas, debate in Islam and social movements
Thesis and oral exam