Sciences Po is proud to be one of the eight founding members of the Paris Peace Forum, a global platform for governance projects spearheaded by President Emmanuel Macron (FR). For its second edition, taking place on 11, 12 and 13 November 2019, over 30 Heads of State and Government will be joined by numerous leaders of international organisations, companies and various actors of civil society to discuss and debate global governance solutions. 150 students of the Paris School of International Affairs are volunteering at the event.More
Closely associated with our university for many years, Joseph Stiglitz, recipient of the 2001 Nobel Prize in Economics, is spending the Autumn 2019 semester at Sciences Po, sharing the results of his work with students and fellow researchers. In this video, he reflects upon the motivations of his career, his past influences and his convictions for better policy making.More
The Mastercard Foundation, partnered with Sciences Po, provides full scholarships to students from Sub-Saharan Africa who have great academic potential but limited financial resources. Over six years (from 2017 to 2023), this programme will support a total of 126 students admitted to its undergraduate, graduate and summer programmes. This exceptional scholarship programme aims to recruit talented students who aspire to shape the future of the African continent and help them develop their full potential.More
In November 2019, Christophe Jaffrelot, CNRS Senior researcher at Sciences Po, CERI, was elected member of the prestigious French Académie des sciences morales et politiques. He accepted to answer our questions on his career as a researcher and teacher at Sciences Po.
This interview was conducted by Miriam Perier.More
How can Sciences Po become a more sustainable university and workplace? An online consultation, "Sustainable Campus", is open now until 15 November in order to gather your ideas, proposals and votes to help Sciences Po become a more ecologically responsible university. This consultation is one of the pillars of our Climate Action: Make it Work initiative and concerns all of the Sciences Po campuses.More
According to a NASA study, 27% of the world’s coral reefs have disappeared in the last 50 years, and 32% are threatened with extinction.. Yet corals are the lungs of our planet, guarantors of the balance of the Earth's ecosystem and the survival of 60 million people around the globe. Restoring and preserving marine ecosystems is, according to the IPCC’s latest report, a key solution both for the mitigation of the climate crisis, as well as the adaptation of the most vulnerable communities.More
Throughout November and December 2019, Sciences Po will take part in a series of live Q&A sessions!
Sciences Po’s deans, staff and students will go live to answer all your questions and queries about the Sciences Po Undergraduate College and our 7 Graduate Schools.More
As of 24 October 2019, we are accepting applications for the 2020-21 academic year for our Bachelor's, Master's and PhD programmes! Find below the deadlines and procedures to follow for each of our programmes.More
Political scientist Olivier Dabène is the author of Street Art and Democracy in Latin America, published by Palgrave Macmillan. In this interview, the author presents the results of a several year long project in multiple cities of Latin America, during which he investigated and questioned the relationship between street art and (local) democracy.More
Cities are at the forefront of the search for solutions to the climate crisis. Future actors in the field of urban governance in Europe now have the possibility to learn how to manage environmental challenges in the new master’s programme of the Urban School “Governing Ecological Transitions in European Cities”, opening at the start of the 2020 academic year.More