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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

Fancy a 3D-printed bra?

Fancy a 3D-printed bra?

Claire Chabaud, a Master of Economics and Business student at Sciences Po, has just won first prize in the Bpifrance #PitchTonInno awards for students with her partner Anastasia Ruiz, a fashion design student at ESMOD. Thanks to the €30,000 FrenchTech grant this has earned them, the students' project for made-to-measure 3D-printed lingerie will be able to see the light of day. We talked to Claire.

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 Pride and emotion

Pride and emotion

On 9 and 10 July, parents from all over the world came to Paris to celebrate their son’s or daughter’s graduation.

For parents no less than for graduates, the graduation ceremony often marks the end of an era. The next stage will see their sons and daughters leave the nest for good to embark on whichever career they choose from the limitless possibilities now open to them.

On graduation day, parents look back at the years gone by, recall the path their children have followed, and reflect on how they have blossomed during their studies.

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“This programme has changed the way I look at a menu”

“This programme has changed the way I look at a menu”

In June 2016, Sciences Po ran a summer programme with the National University of Singapore (NUS) called "Comparative Cultural Rhetorics Academy: Rhetoric and Food". This two-week programme started in Singapore and ended on the Sciences Po campus in Reims. Beverly Goh Ting Xuan was one of the nine students from NUS.

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Campus on the docks: study in Le Havre

Campus on the docks: study in Le Havre

Located in a city listed as a World Heritage site by UNESCO, the Le Havre campus is home to the Europe-Asia undergraduate programme. Students spend their first two undergraduate years in Le Havre and then go on a year abroad to complete an internship or study at one of Sciences Po’s 470 partner universities.

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"When you love, you must leave"

On 9 and 10 July, the 2,094 graduates from the class of 2016 were invited to the Maison de la Radio in Paris for their graduation ceremonies. Prestigious guests, emotional parents and classmates came together to celebrate a special moment that marks the beginning of a new life.

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Four grants recipients in the Dual degree between Sciences Po and Columbia

Four grants recipients in the Dual degree between Sciences Po and Columbia

Four students in the Dual BA Program Between Columbia University and Sciences Po have been awarded highly-competitive awards that provide funding to travel abroad, develop foreign language proficiency, and complete further courses of study. Due to the nature of the rigorous, interdisciplinary, and multi-lingual education they receive, Dual BA Program students are particularly well-positioned to pursue international opportunities. Here are the portraits of Nikita, Daniela, Jeff and Abigail.

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