ILERI et le monde prend une autre dimension



There are two types of schools: those which prepare for careers and those which shape destinies. ILERI is a place which does not only pave the way for exceptional professions, it is above all a place where young people change the course of their lives: at ILERI they choose to become committed world citizens.

ILERI is a place where, since 1948, humanist values have thrived, and thanks to this, the institute gives its graduates the most precious resource: a high commitment to the respect for others and a strong desire to frequent them, to unite with them, to understand their culture, to build the future with them, to organize the world, to generate riches, to eradicate hatred, fighting and war. ILERI therefore has a duty to have the best academic level in order to equip those who will leave with the most reliable knowledge in order to play an important role in international institutions, in companies, in NGOs, throughout the world. Its prestigious faculty is the irrefutable guarantee of the quality of ILERI’s academic programme.

Very quickly, ILERI students discover a specificity of this institute, one never leaves it. One carries it within oneself forever.

CB et HBC Claire BOURGEOISDirector
Henry BUZY-CAZAUX – General administrator

Shape your destiny

“Joining ILERI is a decisive step.
Our institute has put international relations at the heart of its mission: transferring knowledge,e refusing simplicity, or even to over-simplify, as others do, and in so doing making this discipline more difficult.
It is for this reason that I would like to express how honored I am to preside over the destinies of this institute and my respect to the teachers who have not lost faith in this chaos which they must simplify for their students, and lastly to the students themselves, who are constantly seeking to understand what is really happening in this vast world which we are going to leave to our children.

It is often said that the lack of understanding is the beginning of resignation.
Thank you to ILERI and all its members for refusing both.”

Antoine SFEIR, President of ILERI, political analyst, journalist, director of Cahiers de l’Orient