Music, singing, dance and poetry: Sciences Po students from the Paris campus and artists from the Paris region came together to perform a musical show dedicated to women activists all over the world. After the show, the batucada kept the festivities going out on the street until nightfall.More
It's a fact: there are fewer female than male students involved in the start-ups incubated at Sciences Po.
Economist Anne Boring specialises in gender inequality. She explains why young women may not feel legitimate enough to start a business and presents the initiatives Sciences Po is putting in place to help young women break the vicious circle of self-depreciation.
Linda Xu is a first-year student taking the dual Bachelor’s degree programme between Sciences Po and UBC on the Le Havre campus. She was born in Qingdao, China, but she moved to Canada at the age of seven and has spent most of her life in Vancouver. When it came to choosing a university abroad, she applied to Sciences Po so she could gain an understanding of Europe-Asia relations.More
An American student at the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs in the Master of Public Policy, Arsh Haque talks about his motivations for studying in France, his early days in Paris and everyday life on the Sciences Po campus.More
On 17 and 18 March 2016, Sciences Po and eleven partner universities including Ashoka University, Columbia University, UC Berkeley, Princeton University and the University of Sydney came together to reflect on the future of their undergraduate programmes.More
Diversity is crucial to university and students, and the tenth episode of "Prof." is yet another example.
During her course, PhD student Anastasia Colosimo leverages the many diverse cultural, political and religious backgrounds of her students to address the complex issues of blasphemy and freedom of expression.
The 2016 QS World University Rankings by subject have just been released! Once again, Sciences Po’s academic excellence has been recognised.More