The 2016 admissions report confirms Sciences Po's increasing attractiveness at all levels of study, with a total increase in applications of 7 percent compared to 2015. The number of applicants for each of the admissions procedures—entrance exam, international procedure and the Equal Opportunity programme—has risen. The stability of the selection rate and the diverse student body contribute to the outstanding academic experience Sciences Po offers. Total student numbers remain stable this year and include 59 percent female students.More
On 28 November 2016, Sciences Po held a welcome breakfast for the 2016-2017 Eiffel Scholars at Sciences Po. This year’s recipients come from India, China, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Russia, Brazil, Colombia, Israel and Palestine. The seventeen scholarship recipients are all outstanding students who chose to enrol in a graduate programme at Sciences Po. Kavya Tibrewal and Germán Vargas are among them.More
Lucille Perrier, a recent Sciences Po graduate, is now in charge of the Innovation Lab at Mahindra, the Indian automobile manufacturer. She shares her vision of innovation, stresses the importance of mentorship in the field and reflects on the origins of her love for India.More
Siffrein Diana is in second year of Undergraduate College on the Reims campus. He shares his reasons for choosing Sciences Po: to be part of an international environment, gain a solid academic foundation, and be able to pursue his passion for the violin. And finally, to discover what he really likes so he can fulfil his potential. Interview.More
After ten years in the banking industry, Sciences Po alumnus Samuel Maruta aspired to do something simpler, more fulfilling and more creative. In 2011, he co-founded Marou Chocolate, a trendy artisanal chocolate brand made in Vietnam and distributed all over the world. Interview.More
On 18 and 19 November 2016 on the Sciences Po campus in Reims, 125 students played out COP 22 as the real negotiations unfolded in Marrakech. Over the two-day period, political science students from around the world discovered the finer points of environmental diplomacy for themselves as they advanced assiduously towards an agreement.
After ten years with General Electric, Megan Carroll wanted to make sure her skills were up to date and relevant to the European market. In September, she enrolled in the one-year Master’s programme in Financial Regulation and Risk Management on the Sciences Po campus in Paris.More