An Empowerment Programme for the Women of the Mediterranean

An Empowerment Programme for the Women of the Mediterranean

The closing ceremony of the new Women of the Mediterranean programme was held at Sciences Po on Friday, 12 June 2015, attended by the sponsor of the class of 2015, Elisabeth Guigou. Women of the Mediterranean is a unique course created by Sciences Po and Presage, Sciences Po's gender studies programme, with support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Social Affairs, Health and Women’s Rights, and the Union for the Mediterranean. More

“I have learned to say yes” Hubert Joly, chairman and CEO of Best Buy

“I have learned to say yes” Hubert Joly, chairman and CEO of Best Buy

On June 17, 2015, the US Sciences Po Foundation hosted the 1st US Sciences Po Alumni Award Reception in New York. The Foundation honored Hubert Joly (’83), chairman and CEO of Best Buy, the leading retailer of technology products, services and solutions, with approximately 1,600 stores in North America and more than $40 billion in annual revenue. More

“Sciences Po taught me that we never stop learning”

“Sciences Po taught me that we never stop learning”

Three years before he could take the exam, Adama Gaye knew he wanted to study at Sciences Po. He enrolled in a Bachelor's degree programme at Sciences Po in 2009, followed on with a Master in Public Administration, and graduated in 2014. Now a Business Developer at Saint Gobain, Adama looks back on his time at Sciences Po. More

He For She: Sciences Po Commits to Taking Action for Gender Equality

He For She: Sciences Po Commits to Taking Action for Gender Equality

On 18 June 2015, Sciences Po President Frédéric Mion joined UN Women’s HeForShe solidarity movement as an IMPACT 10x10x10 champion, making Sciences Po one of 10 universities around the world committing to take bold, game-changing action to achieve gender equality within and beyond their institutions. HeForShe is a global solidarity movement that calls upon men and boys to take action and advocate for gender equality. More

Indian Administrative Service Officers trained at Sciences Po

Indian Administrative Service Officers trained at Sciences Po

Since 2014, Sciences Po has offered Indian Administrative Service (IAS) Officers a custom training programme in which they discover French and European public policy. It is an opportunity for these civil servants to compare Indian systems of policy and decision-making with those of another culture, through the methods specific to Sciences Po.

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