Dual Degrees

FEDE DUAL DEGREES

Currently, the FEDE offers 4  programmes that confer two degrees simultaneously: the FEDE Dual Degrees.

2 bachelor’s level dual degrees:
  • FEDE Diploma in European Relations;
  • FEDE Diploma in International Relations.
2 master’s level dual degrees:
  • FEDE Diploma in European Governance;
  • FEDE Diploma in International Governance.

These diplomas certify a mastery of international geopolitics, a capacity to operate in a globalised world and a mastery of international professional codes (language, professional positioning, access to global labour markets).

The FEDE Dual Degrees were designed to endow a student with dual competency:
Professional competency through the diploma delivered by the school;
International competency through the diploma delivered by the FEDE.

The objective:
– To enrich CVs and to facilitate student employability at international level;
– To offer training that combines professional expertise with intercultural skills.

Why opt for a FEDE Dual Degree?

1. The FEDE Dual Degrees are aligned with an approach based on academic excellence

They endow students with the keys to understanding the contemporary world, to better understand its globalisation, to better understand how it functions and to better analyse its organisation.

They allow students to explore the European and international issues of today and tomorrow: economic, social, societal, political, geopolitical and sociological issues.

The entire pedagogical content of FEDE Dual Degrees is conceived and designed by its Research Institute the FEDE’s think tank and publication laboratory comprised of a team of international teachers, researchers, professionals and experts.

The FEDE Research Institute ensures their:

  • Pedagogical relevance;
  • Academic excellence;
  • Professional orientation;
  • International exposure.

2. The FEDE Dual Degrees, a career launch pad

The FEDE Dual Degrees enable the acquisition of double competency and therefore double expertise, which is highly sought after by companies:

  • Professional competency through the diploma delivered by the school;
  • European or international competency through the diploma delivered by the FEDE.

As a launch pad for international professional careers, the Dual Degrees of the FEDE enable students to distinguish themselves by becoming experts in their professional fields, and exposes them to economic, financial and managerial issues on an international scale.

3. The FEDE Dual Degrees as a gateway to the world and international careers

They enable a student to achieve dual recognition:

  • Recognition by the school (for the diploma delivered by the school) or by a state body;
  • International and European recognition through the FEDE, a supranational institution endowed with participatory status with the Council of Europe.

Choosing a Dual Degree through the FEDE is therefore guaranteeing recognition by professionals, economic stakeholders and institutions, everywhere in the world!

THE TEACHING MODULES FOR THE FEDE DUAL DEGREES

The teaching modules for the FEDE Dual Degrees are based on 3 sets of skills:

Linguistic competency through the mastery of the English language

This involves training students to understand, to use professional vocabulary and to produce coherent rhetoric in the international professional language.

The teaching themes are derived from issues related to the labour market, human resources, general economics, globalisation process, or corporate life (drafting a CV, motivation letters and official letters, etc.).

Expected level after completing the course:

  • Level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference of the Council of Europe for bachelor’s level courses;
  • Level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference of the Council of Europe for master’s level courses.

Professional competency through the mastery of labour market codes on an international scale

This teaching module aims at endowing the student with the professional skills required to integrate the global labour market, and:

  • To understand international legislation and regulations;
  • To gain insights into the managerial dimension in a multicultural context;
  • To acquire the fundamental knowledge upon which the protection of human rights is based, particularly at work;
  • To prepare for the international labour market by being able to build a strategy, implement an action plan, establish a coherent approach and evaluate one’s performance.

A specialisation module : competency in being open to the world and its challenge in order to master the practices, the organisation and functioning of international institutions

4 different teaching modules are offered to students, who then select one of them.

2 bachelor’s level modules:

2 master’s level modules:

These teaching modules are offered under self-study coursework. For each module, the FEDE offers a reference book prepared by the FEDE Research Institute, an international community of Ph.D holders, researchers and experts.

FOCUS ON THE SPECIALISATION MODULE

This teaching module validates the FEDE Diploma in European Relations.

This bachelor’s level teaching module aims to provide insights into the economic and social evolution of Man in Europe. It is a combination of economic, sociological, historical, political, legal and even communication skills. It offers the tools to understand Europe and Man’s role in its territory.The skills base to be acquired is based on the following themes:

Europe, Man, Beliefs and Secularism: To understand the evolution of the relationship between the European man and the spiritual realm, establish a situational analysis of his different beliefs and understand the emergence of the principle of secularism, its issues and implications.

Europe, Man and Lifestyle : To analyse the special relationships between a unified region, different lifestyles, common lifestyles and the European dream. Also, to understand the founding and developmental values of the European project: Universality, Citizenship, Progress and Human Rights.

Europe, Man and Organisation: To understand Europe’s institutional organisation: political, geopolitical, economic, legal and even citizenship (the place occupied by civil society, associations, INGOs, etc.).

Europe, Man and Challenges: To discuss the major challenges of today and tomorrow that are facing the European Man: the digital revolution and its consequences, the significant role played by the media (old and new), the climate change challenge (disasters, urbanisation and agricultural land use), population flows in its territory, security and new risks, funding and its regulatory aspects, the European Man and his health, etc.

This teaching module validates the FEDE Diploma in International Relations.

This bachelor’s level teaching module aims to provide insights into the economic and social evolution of Man in a globalised world. It is a combination of economic, sociological, historical, political, legal and even communication skills. It offers tools for understanding the globalised world and Man’s place in its organisation. The skills base to be acquired is based on the following themes:

Globalisation, Man, Beliefs and Secularism: To understand the evolution of the relationship between the globalised Man and the spiritual realm, establish a situational analysis of his different beliefs and understand the emergence of the principle of secularism, its issues and implications.

Globalisation, Man, Finance and Work: To present the implications of globalised finance and its impact on Man and his lifestyle: the evolution of the notion of wage-earning, Man in a funded schemes system, financial power, the counter-power of INGOs. Citizenship, Progress and Human Rights.

Globalisation, Man and Challenges: To discuss the major challenges of today and tomorrow facing the globalised Man: the digital revolution and its consequences, the significant role played by the media (old and new), the global climate change challenge, international population flows, security and new risks, Man and health, etc.

This teaching module validates the FEDE Diploma in European Governance.

This master’s level teaching module aims to provide an understanding of the main organisational mechanisms in Europe in terms of strategy and geopolitics. It enables an analysis of the interactions between states, international institutions, economic stakeholders and civil societies. It is a combination of strategic, geopolitical, economic, social, sociological, historical, legal and even communication skills. It offers tools for analysing European governance in order to understand its complexities and issues. To understand today’s world, is to be able, tomorrow, to deliver more effective, more open, more coherent, more legitimate, more responsible and therefore more efficient managerial decisions. The skills base to be acquired is based on the following themes:

Europe, Governance, Institution and Law: To understand the institutional organisation of Europe, its issues and future: the role of the states, European institutions and civil societies. To distinguish between exclusive and common competencies within the European Union. Lastly, to discuss the main principles of EU law.

Europe, Governance and Citizenship: To analyse the emergence of European citizenship and the main international mechanisms for protecting Human Rights, and the rights linked to citizenship. To also understand the role of INGOs, the place citizens and civil society occupy in terms of running Europe and its institutions.

Europe, Governance, Openness and Diversity: To understand Europe and international mobility, Europe and its diversities, and Europe and multiculturalism, through the prism of history and strategy. To analyse population flows, the implications of the immigration phenomenon and its administrative formalities, based on a geopolitical and diplomatic analysis.

Europe, Governance and Challenges: To discuss the main challenges facing the European man of today and tomorrow: the digital revolution and its consequences, climate geopolitics, governance of the European education system and its future, Europe in globalised finance, the European company of the 21st century, and social and environmental responsibility in the European context.

This teaching module validates the FEDE Diploma in International Governance.

This master’s level teaching module aims to provide an understanding of the global organisational mechanisms in terms of strategy and geopolitics. It enables an analysis of the interactions between states, international institutions, economic stakeholders and civil societies. It is a combination of strategic, geopolitical, economic, social, sociological, historical, legal and even communication skills. It offers tools for analysing international governance in order to understand its complexities and issues. To understand today’s world, is to be able, tomorrow, to deliver more effective, more open, more coherent, more legitimate, more responsible and therefore more efficient managerial decisions. The skills base to be acquired is based on the following themes:

International Governance, Globalised Finance and Alternative Models: To analyse global economic governance, the impact and consequences of globalised finance, the role played by international economic stakeholders, multinational firms or shadow cabinets. Also, to understand the emergence of alternative models criticising the contemporary global economic governance.

International Governance and Contemporary Challenges: To discuss the main challenges facing the globalised Man of today and tomorrow: the digital revolution and its consequences; climate geopolitics; the globalised company of the 21st century; the world, its security and new risks, rising inequalities and the poverty phenomenon; global governance of culture and preservation of the global cultural heritage.

International Governance, History and Institutions: To understand the emergence, evolution and future of the notion of international governance. To analyse the main organisational mechanisms of the global scene: the role of states, economic stakeholders, international institutions, civil societies.To understand the notion of a “nonpolar” world and the new economic, monetary and geopolitical power dynamics on an international scale.