No need to speak French to study at Sciences Po

No need to speak French to study at Sciences Po

Sciences Po hosts 13,000 students -half are international, coming from 150 countries. In order to recruit the best students from all around the world, Sciences Po offers programmes fully taught in English at the undergraduate and graduate levels. 

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“Diversity is a really strong asset of this programme”

“Diversity is a really strong asset of this programme”

The gala of the Europe-Africa undergraduate programme was held on 29 May 2015 at Sciences Po. When students of this programme are asked about what they particularly appreciated during their studies, they all point to the exceptional diversity of the student body. Hear from some of these students in video.

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“I simply wanted to learn as much as I can”

“I simply wanted to learn as much as I can”

Roxanne Kovacs is a graduate of the Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA). On 2 July 2015, she gave the Valedictorian speech at the 2015 Graduation Ceremony which was held at UNESCO. We interviewed this outstanding, lucky, passionate and optimistic student.

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Thomas Piketty at Sciences Po

Thomas Piketty at Sciences Po

On 8 and 9 July 2015, Sciences Po hosted the 22nd International Conference of Europeanists. The closing session of this event featured an address by guest speaker Thomas Piketty, the author of Capital in the 21st Century, which focused on European institutions and the Greek crisis. Watch the interview.

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The Pakistan Paradox, Instability and Resilience

The Pakistan Paradox, Instability and Resilience

Pakistan has been racked by numerous tensions since its creation in 1947, yet it has managed not only to preserve its unity but to establish itself as a major player in the region. Christophe Jaffrelot,* CERI researcher and professor at Sciences Po, analyses this surprising endurance in his new book, The Pakistan Paradox, Instability and Resilience, published simultaneously in the USA, India and the UK.** We asked the author a few questions about this complex country.

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