Openness and Inclusivity: Education as a Road to Better Governance

Openness and Inclusivity: Education as a Road to Better Governance

President Frédéric Mion recaps the first edition of the Paris Peace Forum

A word from Frédéric Mion

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1948 - 2018 : la déclaration universelle des droits de l'Homme, plus que jamais

Journée Portes ouvertes du campus de Poitiers

Journée Portes ouvertes du campus de Dijon

“Terrorism cannot prevail if the people refuse to be terrorised”

Last week Sciences Po welcomed two exceptional speakers for a combined lecture on “The Euro-Atlantic Solidarity Against Terrorism”. Former Prime Minister of France, Bernard Cazeneuve, and Jeh Johnson, the US Secretary of Homeland Security under President Obama, exchanged words on the rise and evolution of terrorism, as well as their responses to it. Both stressed the need for effective collaboration between nations in order to mount a powerful and unified global response.

70 Heads of State at the Paris Peace Forum

Sciences Po is proud to be one of the six founding members of the Paris Peace Forum, a global platform for governance projects spearheaded by President Emmanuel Macron (FR). The first ever edition took place from 11-13 of November with over 70 heads of state present to discuss and debate global governance. 100 students from Sciences Po took part in and volunteered at the event: watch the video to hear about their novel experience.

A Technocentric Metropolis

Last May students of the dual degree programme between Sciences Po and the University of British Columbia landed in Chongqing, China to participate in the first edition of the UBC - SWUPL (Southwest University of Political Science and Law) Global Seminar. Zachary Pascaud shared his account of this futuristic month-long experience.

Our Regional Campuses Open Their Doors

Are you a high school student hoping to apply to Sciences Po? Teaching, programmes, campus life: come and ask us all your questions at one of the Open House Days on our six regional campuses. A unique opportunity to meet the students, lecturers, and course leaders of the Sciences Po Undergraduate College.

Live Q&A Sessions on our Master's Programmes

This November and December, the Sciences Po undergraduate college and seven graduate schools will run a series of live Q&A sessions. Tune in live to meet current Sciences Po students and graduate school deans and ask any questions you may have about admissions, education, financial aid, career prospects, life in Paris and more!