"I am looking forward to teaching and learning from the students as well as to sharing my own experiences of working alongside governments and the United Nations," she added.
Ange is one of four new Visiting Professors in Practice at the school, with Jane Connors, Director of International Advocacy at Amnesty International Geneva, The Rt Hon The Lord William Hague, former UK Foreign Secretary, and Madeleine Rees OBE, Secretary General of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom also taking part.
The roles were selected for people the university described in a statement as having "appropriate distinction within their area of (non-academic) practice".
"It includes individuals who have achieved prominence in public service, or who have attained distinction in their profession and through their practical experience."
The course will begin later this year and will see the Hollywood star participating in workshops and public events as well as conducting her own research.