ENA International Cycles
For over sixty years, ENA has included students from all continents of the world, recruited with the assistance of French embassies. Over 3,300 students from abroad have received training at the school. The school offers a variety of programs for foreign students – including young people still pursuing their studies and both young and more experienced members of their country’s civil service. One of the founding principles of these international cycles is to stimulate the sharing of points of view and experience, by alternating classroom work and on-the-job experience (stages).
- Short term trainings (1 to 4 weeks cycles of intensive work on specialized themes held mainly in Paris) : the short specialized international cycles in public administration (CISAP).
- Long term trainings (8 and 16 months), generalist or specialist, in Strasbourg : the long international course (CIL), and the international advanced training course (CIP).
The long international course (CIL) may be supplemented by a program for a Master’s degree in general public administration or a Master’s degree in public institution communication or a Master’s degree in Public policies in Europe.
The international advanced training course (CIP) may be supplemented by a program for a Master’s degree in two special areas: "Administrations and international affairs" or "Administrations and public management".
- The European Master’s degree in governance and administration (MEGA), a French-German program. As from 2013, the MEGA will be a sandwich course, with 4 modules lasting 2 weeks each and a 9-week internship alternating with the student’s normal professional activity. The programme is spread over 24 months.
- The cycle of Post-graduate European Studies (Cycle des hautes études européennes - CHEE), intended for senior civil servants, elected officials and corporate managers.