The 2015 survey on the employability of recent Sciences Po graduates confirms that a Sciences Po diploma remains a strong asset for quickly entering the labour market. Fifteen months after their graduation in June 2014 the overall rate of employment was 95%: more Sciences Po graduates had started work and had found their first job more quickly.More
The deans of the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin and of the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs responded to this question with one voice. Schools of public policy and public policy students from around the world must work together, open up to other cultures and draw on professionals from diverse fields including scientists, entrepreneurs, start-ups and developers. Read the joint interview.More
Dimitri Sotiropoulos, associate professor at the University of Athens and visiting professor at the Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Evaluation of Public Policies at Sciences Po, analyses the causes of the crisis of democracy in Greece.More
Marc Spiegler is the Global Director of the international art fair Art Basel. On Tuesday 18 October, he is giving a lecture at Sciences Po entitled “Art Basel & the Art World: the Transformative Decade”.More
On 7 October 2016, former Labour Party leader Ed Miliband was at Sciences Po to speak at a MaxPo-sponsored event about "Brexit", the UK’s exit from the European Union (EU) following the referendum held in June 2016.
Miliband spoke to a packed and engaged audience of students about three main points: Why Brexit? What should the Labour Party do now? What are Brexit’s wider implications?
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?More
On 30 September, over 350 professionals from many different sectors took part in the Sciences Po Business Fair, where they got to meet Sciences Po students and recruit some of them before they have graduated! Hear from students and recruiters at the 2016 Sciences Po Business Fair.More
Our ambition: to train professionals capable of rethinking the role of business in society
Today, business is under increasing scrutiny with regard to its social responsibilities. By contributing to economic growth, companies play a significant social and political role in addition to their economic one, with an impact at the local, national and transnational levels. They are now expected to reconcile the interests of their shareholders with those of many other stakeholders, while addressing issues of the common good.More
On 21 September 2016 at Sciences Po, Gonzalo Restrepo López, a member of the Colombian government's negotiating team in the Havana peace process, gave an optimistic and humble speech to a welcoming student audience. He shared a message of hope for peace in his country, in light of the decisive plebiscite that will be held in Colombia on October 2nd to ratify the agreement.
This event was co-organised by the Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs and the Political Observatory of Latin America and the Caribbean (OPALC).