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I chose the Master of Environmental Policy because it combined both, the international dimension I wanted for my graduate studies and a strong academic focus on environmental and climatic issues.
What has been your most meaningful/fulfilling experience at PSIA (ex: gap years, internships, team projects etc.)?
Undoubtedly the gap year after my undergraduate. It was a determining experience and pivotal moment...
Since my academic background was far from economics and politics, I was looking for a programme that would fill both the gaps. Indeed, I found that the International Economic Policy programme at PSIA addresses both economics and policy-making simultaneously and substantially.
My most inspiring class has been Global Economic Regulation with Howard Davies. Though I do not specialise in finance, Professor...
I chose my program because: Energy is extremely interesting, both from the technical and economic point of view. Moreover, it is integral for every economy in the world and has a strong geopolitical affect. Attending the master in International Energy at Sciences Po, with its rigorous education, international student community and reputation, was a unique opportunity.
What has been your most...
I chose my program because it is one of very few postgraduate programmes, which deals with international energy markets from both a holistic and social science perspective.
As part of my master thesis on crude oil price benchmarks I researched at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, which also published my paper on “Eastward Shifting Oil Markets and the Future of...
I chose my program because when I lived in Korea, tensions on the Peninsula rose to an unknown height and even the North attacked the South. I wanted to be able to analyse the situation in my mother’s home country myself. Also conflict and crisis fascinate me in the way that they...