Students in Reims redefine Diplomacy

Students in Reims redefine Diplomacy

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The peculiarities of the "future industry"

Ariel Colonomos, a CNRS research professor at CERI Sciences Po, has just been awarded the 2017 International Studies Association (ISA) Ethics Book Award for his book Selling the Future: The Perils of Predicting Global Politics. In this book, Ariel Colonomos investigates the paradoxes of forecasting and future-telling, and explores today’s knowledge factories to reveal how our futures are shaped by social scientists, think-tanks and rating agencies. Interview.

Sciences Po awarded Quality Label for French as a Foreign Language

Sciences Po has been awarded the Qualité Français langue étrangère label (Quality Label for French as a Foreign Language), attaining the maximum score of three stars. Sciences Po has been attributed this label for the quality of its teaching of French as a foreign language, the professionalism and commitment of the teachers and staff, and the conditions in which the students are taught.

How neo-nationalism went global

By Karoline Postel-Vinay. For more than ten years, the world has been witnessing a sharp spike in nationalist tensions, coupled with flare-ups in xenophobia and nativism. The ConversationBut it took Brexit and the election of Donald Trump to spark a real conversation about the global rise in neo-nationalism. Western European and North American journalists, intellectuals, and academics are just now getting to grips with the magnitude of this trend.

Reasons for choosing Sciences Po in the words of guidance counsellors

In March 2017, guidance counsellors from around the world visited the Sciences Po campus in Reims. They took a closer look at the day-to-day life of our undergraduate students and discovered Sciences Po's distinctive qualities for themselves: a core social science curriculum delivered in English; international opportunities, a feeling of togetherness on campus, something of a Liberal Arts College in the air, and a capacity to enhance graduate employability.

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

Michael Sandel, April 2016 at Sciences Po