During a master's at Sciences Po, it is possible for students to complete apprenticeships alongside their studies. Apprenticeships are special work contracts* with companies or organisations that allow students to combine working and studying for their degree. Every year, 8% of students make this choice; here’s why.More
Sciences Po has decided to take its action for refugee students further: starting in September 2018, Sciences Po will offer young refugees a Professional Certificate programme aimed at facilitating their integration onto the job market.
Since 2016, Sciences Po has welcomed 80 student refugees and asylum seekers thanks to the « Welcome Refugees » system. Mohammad Ewaz, a refugee and student at Sciences Po, shares in this video his experience at Sciences Po.More
Whether setting up a new business, negotiating a pay rise or taking on more responsibility in the workplace, women can be supported in reaching leadership positions. Sciences Po's new Women in Business Chair aims to improve understanding of the obstacles women face and spearhead action to remove them. Interview with Anne Boring, researcher in charge of the Chair. Anne’s work focuses on the analysis of gender inequalities in the professional world.More
Is housing a right or a commodity? In her course "Housing and Land in the Metropolis," Assistant Professor Sukriti Issar challenges her students to explore the role of housing in cities and in the lives of individuals. From Mumbai to Paris with layovers in North American cities, the subject lies at the crossroads of disciplines: law and policy, sociology, human rights, history, and economics.More
Former Minister of the Interior of Germany, Thomas de Maizière, and former Prime Minister of France, Bernard Cazeneuve were invited by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs to discuss the fight against terrorism at the German, French, and European levels.More