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A lecture by Bernard-Henri Lévy to support the David Gritz Scholarship
2015SunApr. 26
The Consulate General of France
The Future of the Euro, a conversation with Jean-Pierre Landau
2015MonApr. 20

Dear Alumni and more..

"Transparency in international arbitration": a lecture by Pr. Arroyo
2015TueApr. 14

Dear Alumni and Friends,

You are cordially invited to join us more..


Princeton Senior Eric Falcon Announced as 2015 Michel David-Weill Scholarship Laureate

Eric Falcon will graduate from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University in May. Thanks to the Michel David-Weill Scholarship and will pursue a master's more..

Paris Climat 2015: Make it Work

Sciences Po is launching an initiative aimed at mobilizing universities all over the world in preparation for the 21st Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on more..

Sciences Po recruits from 142 countries

Never has the list of countries students are recruited from been so diverse: a key takeaway from Sciences Po's Admissions Review for 2014.  Internationally, Sciences Po now recruits from 142 more..


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