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Michelin-starred Chef gives a masterclass at Sciences Po

Watch the video with Chef Alain Passard
  • Alain Passard ©Douglas Mc WallAlain Passard ©Douglas Mc Wall

Alain Passard, French chef and owner of the three-star restaurant L'Arpege, came to Sciences Po on 8 November 2017 to give an exceptional masterclass to students from the School of Management and Innovation. Passard was the first chef to introduce "vegetable-based" cuisine with produce straight out of his gardens.

Since 2001, he has been at the forefront of this new trend at a time when ecology, food scandals and an awareness of animal suffering give ample reason to opt for more moderate meat consumption.

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Thinking of applying to the School of Management and Innovation?

Watch the live interview on Wednesday 29 November
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On Wednesday 29 November at 2 pm (Paris time), students from the School of Management and Innovation, Marie-Laure Djelic and Benoît Thieulin, the School of Management and Innovation co-deans, will participate in an online interview on Campus Channel. The conversation will be in English.

Ask them any questions you have about admissions, education, financial aid, career prospects, life in Paris and more, in advance or live on the day.

Don’t want to miss the live interview? Receive a reminder

Submit your question now! The panel will answer it during the live interview on 29 November

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A new dual degree with the Stockholm School of Economics

  • The Stockholm School of Economics ©Juliana WiklundThe Stockholm School of Economics ©Juliana Wiklund

The Sciences Po School of Management and Innovation in Paris and the Stockholm School of Economics have joined forces to create a dual Master's degree programme in Economics, Business and Management.

Students will complete the programme in two years, spending the first year at Sciences Po in the Master in Economics & Business and the second year at the Stockholm School of Economics in the Master in Business and Management.

This two-year framework is based on mutual recognition of the existing curricula at each school, with a specific focus on innovation and change management, business development and entrepreneurship. The combined strengths of the two institutions will prepare students for careers in consulting, management or entrepreneurship.

After successfully completing the two-year programme, students receive a Master's degree from Sciences Po and a Master's degree from SSE.

The programme will accept qualified applicants from around the world starting in autumn 2018. Applications will open in October 2017 and close in mid-February 2018.

More information on the dual Master's degree with the Stockholm Economics.

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From Judo Throws to Sciences Po

Lola Benarroche, Judo gold medallist and Marketing student
  • Lola Benarroche on the Sciences Po campus in Paris ©Christian BeaussierLola Benarroche on the Sciences Po campus in Paris ©Christian Beaussier

High-performance sport and Sciences Po: does that sound like an impossible mix? Not for Lola Benarroche, Master of Marketing student and judo gold medallist at the 2017 Universiades.

Admitted to Sciences Po through the programme for high-level athletes, Lola puts the same energy into preparing for her career transition into marketing at the School of Management and Innovation as she does into judo championships.

Find out what drives this 26-year-old judoka to spend her afternoons in lectures after strenuous mornings on the tatami mats.

International admissions for the 2018 intake are now open!

  • Sciences Po, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume ©Manuel Braun / Sciences PoSciences Po, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume ©Manuel Braun / Sciences Po

International admissions for the 2018 intake are now open:

Should you need further information on the admission criteria and procedure, please do not hesitate to visit our admissions website.