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ONLINE OPEN HOUSE
All you need to know about Sciences Po 

Saturday 13 February 2016, 3pm-6pm (Paris time)

Today, half of Sciences Po’s 13,000 students come from outside France and represent 150 nationalities. Following completion of their degree, 80 percent of Sciences Po graduates find work within six months.

  • Why do so many international students choose Sciences Po? 
  • What makes the Sciences Po academic experience unique? 
  • What makes Sciences Po graduates so highly sought-after by recruiters?

Education, admissions, student life, financial aid, career prospects … Hear from students, alumni, professors, and Sciences Po representatives, and ask your questions live online.

Programme of the event (Paris time)
3pm - 3.45pm - Why Choose Sciences Po?
4pm - 4.45pm - Undergraduate Studies: The Sciences Po Undergraduate College
5pm - 5.45pm - Graduate studies: The Sciences Po Schools

Live broadcast on our Livestream channel

Consult the Sciences Po Online Open House Website

Where are we with gender equality at university?

Where are we with gender equality at university?

On 16 and 17 June 2016 at Sciences Po, representatives from Georgetown University (USA), University of Hong Kong, University of Leicester (UK), Nagoya University (Japan), Stony Brook University (State University of New York, USA), University of Sao Paulo (Brazil) and University of Waterloo (Canada) sat down together to review their progress and set their future goals in terms of gender equality.

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“There is only one way and that’s forward”

“There is only one way and that’s forward”

On 14 June 2016, Sciences Po, the Montreal Centre for International Studies (CERIUM) and the European Union Center of Excellence (EUCE- Université de Montréal/McGill University) hosted a private conference in Montreal about the “Future of Europe”. Pierre Moscovici, EU Commissioner and former French economy and finance minister, discussed the subject with Enrico Letta, dean of the Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs and former Italian prime minister.

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Contested narratives of the global

Contested narratives of the global

In June 2016, academics from Sciences Po, Princeton and Oxford (among others) got together at Sciences Po for a workshop entitled “Contested narratives of the global”. This was the first stage of a research project whose primary purpose is to expose the diversity of narratives of the global and to examine the nature of the contestation between and among them.

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