The title "International Strategy Analyst" aims to develop its analytical, action and decision support capabilities in international environments.
To validate this title 3 courses are possible, corresponding to different specialties and universes:Defense, Security and Crisis Management
Geoconomy and risk management
Geopolitics and prospectiveThe course "Geopolitics and Foresight" is delivered in partnership with Grenoble Ecole de Management. Training also sanctioned by a Certificate in geopolitics and prospective joint IRIS / ESC Grenoble.
The geopolitical and prospective course, Bac 5 level, aims to:confirm the student's knowledge and understanding of international relations issues;
make operational its ability to analyze contemporary strategic issues;
to equip it with professional tools and techniques used in a professional context related to international activities and issues.This training is also offered remotely.
Presentation of the teachings
Both theoretical and practical, the courses are divided into ten modules allowing:strengthen geopolitical knowledge and understanding of major international issues;
develop its research and operational analysis capabilities;
learn to mobilize knowledge and skills to meet professional demands;
to refine his professional project.opportunities
This training meets the needs of those who wish to give an international dimension to their profile, by deepening their geopolitical knowledge and by acquiring specific tools for the exercise of international functions.
The ability to analyze a complex international context is indeed an essential skill for any manager or professional to practice and make decisions internationally.
In administrations, in large companies or organizations operating on complex terrains and in sensitive sectors, the role of analyst is important as well.
Each student, of different academic and professional origin, is composed of an original profile with courses, various personal works and internships.
Our graduates operate in the business of consulting, commerce, politics, communication, public bodies or private companies, in France or abroad.
Admission on file and interview. Profile of the students recruited: passionate about geopolitics and international news, master's degree 1 or 2 (or equivalent) in law, AES, economics and management, political science, commerce, languages, communication, journalism, history, IEP, schools of trade or engineers. A good level of English is required, knowledge of a second, rarer language is an asset.
DECRYPTION OF INTERNATIONAL GEOPOLITICAL AND ECONOMIC NEWS 32 H Analysis of international news Deciphering international economic news International news: Anglo-Saxon perspective (English)
OVERALL POWER AND REGIONAL EMERGENCIES 66 H Economic dynamics of Asian countries and NICs The economic emergence of Africa Latin America in globalization The United States, the world's leading power European Union: actors and decision-making process Russia and the CIS in recomposition China, global power
REGIONAL INSTABILITIES, CONFLICTS AND CRISIS MANAGEMENT 51 H The Maghreb, between stability and regression The Middle East, seismic zone of international relations Strategic tensions in Asia (including the ASEAN zone) The regionalization of conflicts in Africa: definition and challenges Simulation exercises: international negotiation / crisis management
GLOBAL GEOPOLITICAL ISSUES 58 H Religious actors: international perspectives Geopolitics of climate change Energy security International migration Geopolitical challenges of international trade and transport in the digital age Energy infrastructure geopolitics Geopolitics of innovation
10 PM DIPLOMACY PROJECT The actors of France's foreign policy Project monitoring - Diplomacy Project Professional writing methodology
42 H PROSPECTIVE PROJECT History of foresight and methodology: what contributions for geopolitics and diplomacy? Introduction to foresight - Prospective project Project management Energy transitions
GEOPOLITICS AND COMPANIES 26 H Role of companies in global geopolitics (GEM, ESC, IAE students, management sciences) Management of organizations (general students)
10 AM ANALYSIS AND RESEARCH TOOLS Memory methodology How to read a map
PREPARATION FOR PROFESSIONAL INSERTION 6 P.M. Professional environments Professional coaching workshops Professional experience: internship, professionalization contract, civic service, etc. (455 hrs minimum) Word-Excel improvement (online) Language skills (with 7Speaking)