Discover the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs

“The school’s educational approach aims to shape professionals who are able to tackle the biggest challenges facing humanity with innovative solutions and to make informed, honest and ethical decisions in a complex world.” - Yann Algan, dean of the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs.

A multidimensional and far-reaching vision of public affairs

The Sciences Po School of Public Affairs offers four programmes. The Master in Public Policy and the Master in European Affairs are two-year taught graduate programmes open to applicants with an undergraduate degree. The school also offers one-year programmes designed for young professionals: the Master in Public Affairs and the Experimental Programme in Political Arts.

Career prospects

The Sciences Po School of Public Affairs trains students for public administration and for a wide range of public affairs-related careers spanning the public and private sectors and the local to global scales. It also aims to instill a sense of the common good in students who will construct the world of tomorrow.

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Welcome to La Grenade, the Participative and Solidarity-Based Student Grocery Store!

Welcome to La Grenade, the Participative and Solidarity-Based Student Grocery Store!

To help students encountering financial difficulties and to promote food aid, La Grenade (FR),  Sciences Po's participative and solidarity-based student grocery store, was inaugurated on December 13th in the presence of Mathias Vicherat and the Erignac family, who awarded the Prix Claude Erignac 2021 to this innovative project. We met with two members of the student team, Elsa Ingrand and Pierre Peyrelongue, to discuss. 

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Mathias Énard Named Sciences Po’s Newest Writer-in-Residence Chair

Mathias Énard Named Sciences Po’s Newest Writer-in-Residence Chair

“After all, books remain–along with fire–the only means of fighting off the shadows.” - Mathias Énard, Rue des voleurs

As Sciences Po’s newest Writer-in-Residence Chair, Mathias Énard will teach students to master the art of fighting off shadows–not with fire, but with literature–in two creative writing workshops.

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“Solidarity and Health”: Moving Towards a European Health Union

“Solidarity and Health”: Moving Towards a European Health Union

Wednesday (12/1) at the Ministry for Solidarity and Health, Sciences Po’s Health Chair and the School of Public Affairs and Sciences Po Alumni hosted “Moving Towards a European Health Union?”, a conference dedicated to addressing current and future European health objectives. This multifaceted, multi-platform event assembled representatives from major European institutions, parliament members, and experts from both France and the European Union to analyse current EU initiatives, as well as to discuss the EU’s collective strategy on the Covid-19 pandemic and future health-related challenges.

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Fariba Adelkhah Reincarcerated: Sciences Po Takes Action

Fariba Adelkhah Reincarcerated: Sciences Po Takes Action

It is with deep concern, indignation, and anger that we have learned that our colleague, Fariba Adelkhah, has been reincarcerated.
 
A gathering in solidarity with Fariba will take place in front of the Sciences Po entrance at 27 rue Saint Guillaume on January 13th at 4pm.
 
After having been sentenced to five years of imprisonment following an unfair trail, Fariba was allowed to return to her home in October 2020 to serve her sentence on house arrest.
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The Positive Media: An Uplifting Student Initiative

The Positive Media: An Uplifting Student Initiative

A French company creates an artificial heart, the gene responsible for treatment-resistant breast cancer is discovered, and a start-up in Bordeaux specialises in industrial CO2 recycling… This wide range of info comes to us straight from a new media outlet created by Sciences Po students: the Positive Media.

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A Replay of our Events in 2021!

A Replay of our Events in 2021!

All throughout 2021, Sciences Po has remained committed to its mission of spreading knowledge and the spirit of analytical and critical thinking through an extensive events programme. Here is the opportunity to rediscover —through those available online, either in English or in French— the many conferences and events that Sciences Po organised this year.

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