"Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed"

Gonzalo Restrepo López, a member of the Colombian government's negotiating team in the Havana peace process, spoke at Sciences Po on 21 September

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Welcome refugees programme

Building on the shared success of the first cohort, Sciences Po, in partnership with the association Wintegreat, is welcoming a new class of 20 refugees on its Parisian campus. The students are refugees or asylum seekers, aged from 21 to 36, from Syria, Iraq, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Kenya. They have all had some higher education and have a good command of English. Some already had an occupation—dentist, graphic designer or engineer—before leaving their country of origin. 

Who are the first-year students at Sciences Po?

The academic year has just got underway on the seven campuses of the Sciences Po Undergraduate College. Our undergraduate students come from many different backgrounds and they each have their own story to tell about their journey to Sciences Po. Why did they choose this university? What are their goals? Take a tour of the campuses and meet the students.

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

Michael Sandel, April 2016 at Sciences Po