In March, four student associations on the Reims campus; Politiqu’elles, HeForShe, SAGA, and The Feminist Society joined forces to celebrate Gender Equality Week. The objective was to bring students together to address gender equality issues such as women in politics and business; to revisit feminism and notions of masculinity; and to reflect upon fundamental questions about sexuality. Watch the video with the student organisers of Gender Equality Week in Reims.More
Jessica Kelly spent the 2014-2015 academic year on exchange at the Sciences Po Undergraduate College. Now back at Dublin City University for her Master’s degree, she reflects on what she got out of her experience on the Reims campus, both academically and personally.More
Japanese, economics and Asia. Samuel Flambard's three passions naturally led him to the Sciences Po campus in Le Havre. Here, some 250 students from around the world take the Undergraduate College programme in English with a special focus on the countries of Asia. As president of the Bureau des Élèves, or student bureau, on a campus with nearly 60 percent international students, Samuel knows what "multicultural" means on a day-to-day basis.More
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.More
Located by the Mediterranean Sea, near the Italian border, the Menton campus is home to Sciences Po’s Middle Eastern and Mediterranean undergraduate programme. Students spend their first two undergraduate years in Menton and then go on a year abroad to complete an internship or studying at one of Sciences Po’s 470 partner universities.More
In April 2016, the Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA) held the inaugural Youth and Leaders Talks. One of the speakers was Nikita Singla, a PSIA student from India. She shared her experience of being a young Indian woman determined to travel to Pakistan and urged the audience to “cross borders”.More
By Sarah Klena and Marion Lefèvre, Sciences Po students in Reims and journalists with the Sundial Press.
The Sciences Po International Tasting, cheekily abbreviated to SPIT, is France’s largest winetasting competition for students. The eighth edition of this international competition took place on April 1 and 2 on the Sciences Po campus in Reims, in the heart of the Champagne wine region.More