In 2012, Anan Bouapha founded Proud to Be Us Laos, the country's first civil society organisation promoting equal rights for young LGBTI. In 2017, he enrolled in a one-year Master’s programme at the Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs with the goal of acquiring the necessary skills to make his organisation into a think-tank.More
After four years of working as a lawyer in international arbitration and cross-border litigation, Leia Shin (33) decided that it was time to take her expertise to the next level. She left Lee & Ko, the second largest law firm in Seoul, to begin an LLM in Transnational Arbitration & Dispute Settlement at the Sciences Po Law School in Paris.More
After ten years in the banking industry, Sciences Po alumnus Samuel Maruta aspired to do something simpler, more fulfilling and more creative. In 2011, he co-founded Marou Chocolate, a trendy artisanal chocolate brand made in Vietnam and distributed all over the world. Interview.More
Tom Chevalier was recently awarded a John F. Kennedy Memorial Fellowship, providing him with funding to carry out a one-year research project at Harvard University's Center for European Studies. Having completed a doctoral thesis at Sciences Po which focused on how the welfare state takes care of young people across Europe, he now intends to turn his attention to the field of comparative political economy, taking a wider look at the ways institutions interact.More
Sciences Po has put together thirteen online mini-modules to help graduates hit the workforce running. Learn how to prepare for your job interview, make the most of your internship, take stock of your skills, define your career plan, manage your online reputation, and much more. All the modules are available for free.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.
When he started Sciences Po in 2003, Miloud Boudjemai was one of the third cohort of students admitted through the Equal Opportunity programme. Sciences Po set up this pioneering programme in 2001 to facilitate the recruitment of high-potential students from disadvantaged areas in France.More
After ten years in Colombian politics, Jaime Hernandez decided that it was time to step back and take a break in order to design a rigorous and feasible political policy for his country. In September he enrolled in the one-year Master’s programme in Public Affairs at the Sciences Po campus in Paris.More
Alex Aung Khant is one of the few Burmese nationals to have graduated from Sciences Po. Now back home in Myanmar, he works as a project manager at Flyover Art Project, an organisation which aims to bring pedestrians back onto the streets of Yangon. Alex tells us about his wish to make his home city liveable in once again.More