10 measures to advance gender equality at university

10 measures to advance gender equality at university

In 2010, Sciences Po created PRESAGE, a gender studies and research programme. This trailblazing initiative now forms part of a comprehensive gender equality action plan. The pioneering nature of this commitment was recognised by the UN Women HeForShe programme, which named Sciences Po President Frédéric Mion as one of 10 university IMPACT champions for gender equality worldwide. More

Sciences Po graduates: highly sought after

Sciences Po graduates: highly sought after

The 2016 survey on the employment of recent Sciences Po graduates confirms that a diploma from one of Sciences Po’s graduate schools remains a strong asset for quickly entering the workforce. Just one year following their graduation in June 2015, the overall rate of employment was 95.7%, a slight increase from the year before and in line with the upward trend of the past few years. Discover additional results from the survey below.

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Emmanuel Macron, French president-elect, Class of 2001

Emmanuel Macron, French president-elect, Class of 2001

Emmanuel Macron was 21 years old when he arrived at Sciences Po. After three years of preparatory classes in the arts section at lycée Henri IV and two failed attempts at the entrance exams for the École Normale Supérieure, he is said to have gone to Sciences Po to “lick his wounds,” perhaps even “with a certain spirit of revenge”. More

“It was a dilemma to choose between music, dance or the Sciences Po-Columbia curriculum”

“It was a dilemma to choose between music, dance or the Sciences Po-Columbia curriculum”

Soliman Elcheikh is a student in the dual BA program between Columbia University and Sciences Po. Now at Columbia University in the city of New York, where he will spend the third and fourth years of the curriculum, he reflects on his first two years studying on the Sciences Po campus in Menton, a small village on the Mediterranean coast close to Italy. He also talks about how he combines his passion for piano and classical dance with studying. Watch the video.

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Why Colombia voted “No”

Why Colombia voted “No”

On October 2, the peace agreement reached between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) was rejected by popular referendum. The prospect of seeing four years of negotiations go up in smoke has sparked stupefaction and incomprehension. How can the country run the risk of returning to a war that has caused the death of more than 200,000 people and the forced migration of 5.7 million others?

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