CIFE (Centre international de formation européenne)

  • 7

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  • 5

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  • 4.8 /5

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  • Berlin (3)
  • Istanbul (2)
  • Kent (1)
  • (06) Alpes-Maritimes (1)

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Reviews on CIFE (Centre international de formation européenne) (5)

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Master in Advanced European and International Studies - Mediterranean Studies

David Spence

11/09/2017
What I would highlight: No other university has given me with a similar experience. I would not have become the person I am now in terms of personal development and professional skills if I had not spent that year in Nice. Of course, I would not work for the Commission without having done European studies and I would not feel at home when I visit Nice occasionally.
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Course taken: September 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Master in Advanced European and International Studies - European Policy and Governance - Trilingual Studies

Marina Penic-Levada

12/05/2017
What I would highlight: Meeting students from different parts of the world, attending interesting lectures and learn things at first hand. Truly enjoyed visiting new places, and you also having the opportunity to practise three foreign languages at the same time. The knowledge I gained here wasan excellent preparation for my current job that is related to the European affairs.
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Course taken: May 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Master in Advanced European and International Studies - European Integration and Global Studies

Dalibor Dvorny

16/04/2017
What I would highlight: My time here impacted me from a professional and personal perspective. Seeing the European Union and its strong regional and international cooperation was a unique experience for my friends and me! The whole coure gave us interesting points of view along with lectures and, of course, lifelong friendships.
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Course taken: April 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Anna Boros

11/04/2017
What I would highlight: I think spending a year in a multi-cultural and friendly environment was pretty memorable. I never dreamt I would one day go on to work at the Council of Europe and NATO HQ. Encouraged by this centre, I built upon the research work to start PhD studies. I am very grateful.
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Course taken: April 2017
Would you recommend this centre?: yes

Master in Advanced European and International Studies - Mediterranean Studies

Isabelle Weykmans

15/03/2017
What I would highlight: I enjoyed have good memories from that time in Nice. I enjoyed learning with people from many different countries and backgrounds. The main advantage of this programme was this diversity. Plus, the knowledge I gained was very useful for my job.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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Location

  • Nice 81 Rue de France See map
  • Nice 81 Rue de France See map
  • Canterbury University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NZ See map
  • Berlin Address unavailable
  • Roma Address unavailable
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Teaching team

András Inotai

András Inotai

Professor Institute for World Economics Budapest

Arnaud Leconte

Arnaud Leconte

Professor of Economics, CIFE - Co-director of the CEGPA Joint Master

François  Bafoil

François Bafoil

Director of the Master in Global Energy Transition and Governance

He obtained his doctorate at Sciences Po and his habilitation in sociology to direct research at the University of Grenoble 2. He holds degrees in philosophy and Polish (INALCO). 
He worked at the University of Lodz in Poland in 1984, then as a researcher in Berlin from 1988-1994 (Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, WZB), where he joined CERI in 2003. He is professor at CIFE and head of the MA in Global Energy Transition and governance.

Frédéric  Lépine

Frédéric Lépine

Deputy Director General - Director MAEIS Trilingual branch

Frederic Lépine was born in Namur (Belgique) in 1966. He studied political sciences at the Catholic University of Louvain (Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium). Since 1994, he is journalist in the academic journal of the CIFE, L'Europe en formation, and was its Editor-in-chief for 10 years. This scientific quarterly is specialised in the political field, encompassing European Integration, Federalism and International Relations. In particular, he is the director of the trilingual branch of the MAEIS and holds the "Federalism and Governance" module at IE-EI. He is now Deputy Director General of CIFE.

Ingolf Pernice

Ingolf Pernice

Professor Institute for Internet and Society Humboldt University Berli

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Description

CIFE is a private institution of higher education and research, founded in 1954 with its head office in Nice and branch offices in Berlin, Brussels, Tunis and Istanbul.
It receives special funding in the framework of the Jean Monnet Programme of the European Union.
Every year, students from all continents and a great variety of countries enroll in its programmes, which lead to a degree at Master level (EQF 7) recognised by the French state.
The graduates of CIFE’s Master’s programmes work as Senior officials in European institutions, policy officers within the UN framework, administrators, diplomats, consultants, researchers for think tanks, lobbyists, and academic experts.

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CIFE (Centre international de formation européenne)