A diploma from Sciences Po remains a strong asset in the job market

A diploma from Sciences Po remains a strong asset in the job market

Discover the 2015 survey on the employability of recent Sciences Po graduates

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How can solutions be found to global public policy challenges?

The deans of the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin and of the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs responded to this question with one voice. Schools of public policy and public policy students from around the world must work together, open up to other cultures and draw on professionals from diverse fields including scientists, entrepreneurs, start-ups and developers. Read the joint interview.

“Brexit was not a nasty accident”

On 7 October 2016, former Labour Party leader Ed Miliband was at Sciences Po to speak at a MaxPo-sponsored event about "Brexit", the UK’s exit from the European Union (EU) following the referendum held in June 2016.
Miliband spoke to a packed and engaged audience of students about three main points: Why Brexit? What should the Labour Party do now? What are Brexit’s wider implications?

Why Colombia voted “No”

On October 2, the peace agreement reached between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) was rejected by popular referendum. The prospect of seeing four years of negotiations go up in smoke has sparked stupefaction and incomprehension. How can the country run the risk of returning to a war that has caused the death of more than 200,000 people and the forced migration of 5.7 million others?

Michael Sandel
I worry about the frustration generated by democratic politics everywhere

Michael Sandel, April 2016 at Sciences Po