Yale University senior Zachary M. Young has been awarded the 2017 Michel David-Weill Scholarship to pursue a two-year Master’s in Public Policy degree at the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs in Paris.More
The Kuwait Scholarship Programme (KSP) Excellence Scholarship supports outstanding students admitted to Sciences Po and enrolled in a programme at Master’s level. In 2017, several scholarships will be awarded on a competitive basis to the best candidates. Applications accepted until 8 March.More
The MasterCard Foundation has just announced a six-year, USD$8.2 million (around €7.6 million) partnership with Sciences Po, to offer 120 bright, next-generation leaders from African countries a world-class social sciences education at one of Europe’s leading universities.
The US Sciences Po Foundation has just announced the introduction of the Stephen M. Kellen Scholarship. This merit-based scholarship is designed to attract the brightest and most deserving students to the dual Bachelor’s degree programme at Sciences Po and Freie Universität Berlin.
Nur Arafeh was recently selected as a 2017 Rhodes Scholar, and will pursue a Doctor of Philosophy degree in international development at Oxford University next fall. Arafeh is one of just three students who were selected from the region of Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, and Palestine this year, which is the first year that the Rhodes Trust has awarded scholarships in that region.
On 28 November 2016, Sciences Po held a welcome breakfast for the 2016-2017 Eiffel Scholars at Sciences Po. This year’s recipients come from India, China, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Russia, Brazil, Colombia, Israel and Palestine. The seventeen scholarship recipients are all outstanding students who chose to enrol in a graduate programme at Sciences Po. Kavya Tibrewal and Germán Vargas are among them.More
Princeton University senior Emily de La Bruyère has been awarded the 2016 Michel David-Weill Scholarship. Emily is set to graduate from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs in May and will begin a Master’s programme in international security at the Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs in September 2016.More
Nearly 600 Latin American students study at Sciences Po each year. To support these students, Sciences Po has developed partnerships with several Latin American institutions. One of these is the Development Bank of Latin America (CAF). Hear from Sebastian, a graduate student, and Lorena, a researcher, who both receive support from CAF.More