On 22 February, Sciences Po and Bocconi University announced the launch of a unique dual Master’s degree programme in Public Policy and Management.More
The 2017 Annual GPPN Conference, organised by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, took place on 17-18 February at Sciences Po in Paris.More
The Sciences Po Law School has announced the launch of a LLM in transnational arbitration and dispute settlement, a one-year programme taught entirely in English on the Sciences Po campus in Paris.
The programme is open to candidates with a graduate degree in law and some professional experience (including internships) seeking to gain further expertise and broaden their horizons in arbitration and international dispute settlement.
On 10 February 2017, the three candidates selected by the World Health Organization Executive Board for the position of Director-General were at Sciences Po to discuss the major challenges facing global health in the years to come. In an interview for Sciences Po, the three selected candidates Dr David Nabarro, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and Dr Sania Nishtar share their priorities for key global health topics.
Just a 45-minute train ride from Paris, the Sciences Po campus in Reims combines a historical legacy with modern facilities to offer an exceptional environment for study. Student numbers are deliberately small, with roughly 800 students, enabling the development of a strong sense of community and the provision of high quality student services.
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.
“What can I learn at Sciences Po?”, “Are all the courses in English?”, “Why choose Sciences Po rather than another university?”, “What is the best way to prepare for the interview?”, “Is accommodation available on campus?”, “What are the best clubs and societies at Sciences Po”?, “If Sciences Po were a catchphrase, what would it be?”... These are some of the questions that secondary school students asked current undergraduates and Sciences Po representatives during the live Q&A on 25 January.More
Each year, half of new students at the Sciences Po Undergraduate College come from outside France. International applicants go through a two-step procedure. First, they complete and submit an online application. Based on this application, certain candidates are then pre-selected for an interview, which can be held in various cities around the world.