“The new global brands will be Chinese and Indian”

“The new global brands will be Chinese and Indian”

How can emerging brands, and Chinese brands in particular, become more global? What are the skills and qualities marketing managers should have? These are some of the questions addressed by Nirmalya Kumar, Director of Strategy at Tata Sons, during his lecture at Sciences Po. Watch the video.

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“I want to be involved in promoting gender equality”

“I want to be involved in promoting gender equality”

Gabriella Soriano has just started her first semester in the Middle East and Mediterranean programme on the Sciences Po campus in Menton. Gabriella wants to work to promote women's rights in the Middle East and, more generally, wherever gender inequality persists.The fifth in our series #FirstYearsScPo.

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 Who are the first-year students at Sciences Po?

Who are the first-year students at Sciences Po?

The academic year has just got underway on the seven campuses of the Sciences Po Undergraduate College. Our undergraduate students come from many different backgrounds and they each have their own story to tell about their journey to Sciences Po. Why did they choose this university? What are their goals? Take a tour of the campuses and meet the students.

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“I want to work with communities that I'm not familiar with and try to solve problems together

“I want to work with communities that I'm not familiar with and try to solve problems together"

Libertad Sobrado started volunteering with non-profit organisations when she was at high school in Costa Rica. She has been involved in various initiatives to help improve living conditions for local populations through recycling, environmental protection and education. Libertad looks at her studies at Sciences Po as a way to further her engagement. The fourth in our series #FirstYearsScPo.

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“Globalisation provides new resources for nationalism”

“Globalisation provides new resources for nationalism”

The nation is at once an emancipatory and an exclusionist concept. This is the theme developed by Alain Dieckhoff, CNRS research fellow and director of Sciences Po CERI, in his latest book, Nationalism and the Multination State*. Grounding his analysis in the history of the nation-state, Dieckhoff helps us understand the shifting manifestations of the concept and the tensions generated by nationalism. Interview with the author.

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"At Sciences Po, you learn tolerance"

Alexander Stathopoulos comes from a mixed French and Greek background. As he starts his studies at Sciences Po, he is looking forward to meeting others with differing views in a context of free thinking and discussion. The third in our series #FirstYearsScPo.

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“My mentors told me “Be brave! Go for it!”

“My mentors told me “Be brave! Go for it!”"

Karim Goessinger has dual Egyptian and Austrian citizenship. In 2011, he watched the Egyptian revolution unfold from Paris where he was studying for a Master’s at Sciences Po. Having observed these events that changed Egyptian mentalities forever, Karim went back to Cairo after his Master’s and founded CILAS, the first Liberal Arts College in Egypt.

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“I want to help people obtain better living conditions”

“I want to help people obtain better living conditions”

Yanhua Chen was born in a small city in China. She has just started her first year on the Le Havre campus in the dual Bachelor’s degree between Sciences Po and Columbia University. She tells us about her reasons for choosing the Sciences Po campus in Le Havre, and shares her expectations and dreams. The first in our web series #FirstYearsScPo.

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