Tommaso Venturini, research fellow at the Sciences Po Medialab, is the scientific coordinator of EMAPS, the only social sciences project among the 12 winners of the 2015 "Étoiles de l’Europe" prize (Fr) that recognises research teams for their commitment to Europe.More
Pierre Hassner, international relations specialist and research fellow at CERI Sciences Po, analyses contemporary global affairs in his latest book, La revanche des passions. Métamorphoses de la violence et crises du politique (The Revenge of the Passions. Metamorphoses of Violence and Political Crisis), published by Fayard in 2015. Interview.More
On 27 January 2016, Algerian diplomat Lakhdar Brahimi was awarded an honorary doctorate from Sciences Po after an outstanding career in international relations. In an interview for Sciences Po, he looks back at a lifetime of diplomacy, and shares his satisfactions and regrets.More
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Today, half of Sciences Po’s 13,000 students come from outside France and represent 150 nationalities. Following completion of their degree, 80 percent of Sciences Po graduates find work within six months.More
Students from the Sciences Po campus in Reims have been involved in Cordées de la réussite – which might translate as Connecting For Success – since 2012. There are now about sixty of them volunteering in the programme, which aims to create links between higher education institutions and secondary school students from all regions and social backgrounds. They talked to us about an experience that has become a mainstay of local and voluntary engagement on the Reims campus.
On 19 January 2016 on the Sciences Po campus in Paris, Peter Mathieson, President and Vice Chancellor of The University of Hong Kong, and Frédéric Mion, President of Sciences Po, signed a dual degree agreement. Learn more about what this new dual Bachelor’s degree programme has to offer (watch the video).More
The Summer School is an intensive, short-term academic programme that takes place on the Sciences Po campus in Paris during the months of June and July in two successive, four-week sessions. In 2015, nearly 300 students representing 50 nationalities took part in the programme.
- Study social sciences or French language
Summer School participants may choose from either the social sciences track or the French language track, both of which are offered each session.More