An interview with Barbara Saden, who graduated from the Sciences Po Doctoral School with a Master in International Relations in May 2014. Her research “Punishing Syria: punishment in international relations” was awarded the Prize 2014-2015 from the Institut des hautes études de défense nationale. Although she holds a promising future as a researcher, she explains why she aims to become… a diplomat. More
A pioneer in the promotion of equal opportunities, Sciences Po is also a leading research institution on this issue. The sociology of educational inequalities is one of the major focuses of the Observatoire Sociologique du Changement, largely thanks to the work of Agnès Van Zanten on educational policies and the mechanisms that produce segregation. More
Eric Falcon is the winner of the 2015 Michel David-Weill Scholarship. Eric will graduate from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University in May and will pursue a master's degree in European Affairs at Sciences Po beginning September 2015.
The Michel David-Weill Selection Committee was very impressed with Eric during his interview, which took place at the US Sciences Po Foundation in New York. The committee members particularly appreciated his great leadership potential.More
Each year, the Sciences Po campus in Paris welcomes students from partner Japanese universities for a four-week programme dedicated to European studies.More
Nathan Stewart, a student at the Sciences Po School of Communication:
"I am originally from Belfast in Northern Ireland, but I studied French and Politics at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. If I was to continue my studies beyond undergraduate level it just made sense to do politics in France."More
On the 19 February, the GDF-Suez group chose to support Sciences Po financial aid policy by committing to finance three years of the Emile Boutmy scholarship. GDF-Suez contributes to the internationalisation and diversification of the student body, two of the founding values of Sciences Po.More