The Alliance Program is an academic joint venture between Columbia University and the École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, and Panthéon-Sorbonne University, created to pursue innovation in education and research by sharing knowledge, practices, and resources.
The Berlin Consortium for German Studies is dedicated to helping students improve their German language skills through intensive language training and through experiencing German life, customs, and culture.
The BRICLab is a forum on Brazil, Russia, India, and China that examines their increasing influence on global affairs and the implications of their growing power through a combination of classes, executive programs, and conferences.
This course presents a series of cinematic milestones that together will offer a history of both the artistic ambitions and the commercial realities of the French cinema, moving from the earliest days of silent cinema (Méliès, Feuillade) to the most recent releases (Assayas, Denis).
The Gulf/2000 Project was created in 1993 as a service to scholars, government officials, business people, journalists and other specialists who have a professional association with the Persian Gulf and Gulf studies.