- Students in the Hall ©Marta Nascimento
Throughout December 2020 and January 2021, Sciences Po went live for a series of Q&A sessions to answer all of your questions about our Undergraduate College and our Graduate Schools. Watch the replay of these Q&A sessions below.
Sciences Po’s 3-year Undergraduate College programme for a Bachelor’s degree
For a whole hour, Sciences Po’s deans and current students answered your questions about our programmes and curriculum, admissions procedures, campus life, our many student associations, etc.
- Students at the Careers Fair ©Sciences Po
On Friday, 27 September 2019, the Sciences Po Careers Fair took place at the Porte de Versailles with more than 100 employers present (amongst which were private companies, public administrations, international organisations and other entities), all interested in recruiting Sciences Po students and graduates in a wide range of industries and activities. We asked students what mattered to them most when choosing their first internship or job.
- Graduate receiving her diploma 2019 ©Corinne Haury
Over 7,300 people attended the four graduation ceremonies of the Class of 2019 on June 28 & 29, 2019. Graduates walked under the proud gaze of their parents, friends, teachers, companions, and sometimes children to receive their diploma. Relive these unforgettable moments in video.
- Student walking across the stage at the diplo ceremony
Bright and engaged citizens. Promising futures. Inspiring guests and motivational speeches. Parents brimming with pride. On Friday, 28th of June and Saturday, 29th of June 2019, the Sciences Po graduation ceremonies will bring together over 2,500 graduates and their guests at the grand auditorium of the Philarmonie in Paris. So who are the graduates of the Class of 2019?
2,542 Graduating Students
The total number of students who will walk this year is 2,542.
- The entrance to the new Poitiers campus ©Sylvain Rochas
Since 2001 Sciences Po has had a campus in Poitiers, but the undergraduate college was pushed for space at the Hôtel Chaboureau. There was a 15% increase in students in the space of 5 years, with the attractiveness of the Latin-American programme making new premises necessary. This became a reality in September 2018 at the heart of a new site built in the 18th century and reinvented for the 21st. Watch the guided tour on the occasion of the official inauguration which takes places on Wednesday, 10th April.
- Picture of Kamel Daoud ©Philippe Matsas, 2018
This semester Sciences Po welcomes its first visiting fellow for literature, celebrated writer, Kamel Daoud, current holder of the Mediterranean Prize (FR). Daoud, who is a renowned writer in the francophone world, will deliver creative writing classes throughout this semester.
- Sciences Po in Paris
This November and December, the Sciences Po undergraduate college and seven graduate schools will run a series of live Q&A sessions. Tune in live to meet current Sciences Po students and graduate school deans and ask any questions you may have about admissions, education, financial aid, career prospects, life in Paris and more!
- All you need to know about the Sciences Po Undergraduate College
On Monday 26 November 2018, undergraduate students and staff went live to answer all your questions and queries on the Sciences Po Undergraduate College. What and where will I study? How and when do I apply? Find all this out and more by watching the Q&A replay below.
- Sciences Po Careers Fair ©Sciences Po
As part of a programme of initiatives designed to introduce students to the wealth of professional pathways open to them upon graduation, Sciences Po organises each year a Careers Forum that brings together major employers and their potential future employees. What did the employers present at the Forum have in common? All share an interest in the open-mindedness, multi-disciplinarity, and breadth of knowledge that characterise the Sciences Po profile.
- Iselin Nybø with Norwegian students from the Paris campus ©Sciences Po
This week Sciences Po was pleased to welcome a visit from Iselin Nybø, Norway's Minister of Sciences and Higher Education, to discuss a continuing academic collaboration with four Norwegian partner institutions, Sciences Po’s international policy, and ways to encourage student mobility.
- Agathe Grégoire, overseas student at University College London ©Agathe Grégoire
Agathe Grégoire has just returned from her third year abroad at University College London, where she received the John Pencavel Prize for her outstanding performance in Economics. Here is her interview on her time spent at UCL and her plans for the future.
- Anders Sandberg, Senior Research Fellow at the University ©University of Oxford
Anders Sandberg is Senior Research Fellow at the Future of Humanity Institute at the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford. His research centres on societal and ethical issues surrounding neuroscience, human enhancement and new technologies.
- Mayor Leoluca Orlando ©Comune di Palermo
Known for his work fighting the Sicilian mafia as Mayor of Palermo in the 1980s and 90s, Leoluca Orlando now uses his position to advance the rights of migrants within Italy and elsewhere. He is currently negotiating to persuade the EU to allow freedom of movement for migrants. Follow his keynote speech,‘Cities in the Planetary Garden’, at the rentrée of the Sciences Po Urban School.
- Sharyl Attkisson ©CBS
For the start of this academic year, the School of Journalism’s guest of honour was award-winning investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson. Formerly an anchor for CNN and CBS News and now host of Full Measure, a US investigative news series, Attkisson has won multiple Emmy Awards and published two best-selling works of non-fiction, The Smear and Stonewalled.
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The President of the Republic of Estonia, the former President of the Human Rights League, the founding dean of the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford, the President of Publicis France, and most of all, passionate graduates with bright futures ahead -- the Graduation Ceremonies of 2018 were two extraordinary days of inspiration, celebration and pride. See the highlights in the video above.
The speech of Kersti Kaljulaid, President of the Republic of Estonia and Guest of Honour
- Director Frédéric Mion ©Laurent ARDHUIN
Bright and committed students. Promising futures. Prestigious guests and inspiring speeches. Parents brimming with pride. For the closing of this academic year, the Sciences Po graduation ceremony will gather on Friday, 29th of June and Saturday, 30th of June 2018, nearly 2,400 graduates and their guests at the grand auditorium of the Maison de la Radio in Paris. So who are the graduates of the Class of 2018?
- Female student receiving her diploma ©Sciences Po
Whether setting up a new business, negotiating a pay rise or taking on more responsibility in the workplace, women can be supported in reaching leadership positions. Sciences Po's new Women in Business Chair aims to improve understanding of the obstacles women face and spearhead action to remove them. Interview with Anne Boring, researcher in charge of the Chair. Anne’s work focuses on the analysis of gender inequalities in the professional world.
- Civic Learning Programme ©Sciences Po
As of this year, Sciences Po requires all of its undergraduate students to take part in and complete the Civic Learning Programme, a compulsory engagement over the three years of the Bachelor’s degree.
The Civic Learning Programme offers Undergraduate College students the chance to learn and understand citizenship and social responsibility through an experience of engagement out in the field.
- Emile Boutmy & Eiffel scholarship holders ©Sciences Po
Every year, nearly 300 international students benefit from the Emile Boutmy or Eiffel scholarships. These scholarships are funded by Sciences Po and our public & private partners, and allow students from around the world to study at Sciences Po.
Emile Boutmy, the founder of Sciences Po, was from the beginning committed to opening the school to international students, who today make up 47% of the student body.
- Students ©Ranjatiana Rakotondrabe
Today is the official opening of Sciences Po’s office in Nairobi, Kenya—our first in Africa. This makes Sciences Po the first French university to have an office in an English-speaking part of the continent. The office will coordinate and run a whole series of activities in sub-Saharan Africa.
The opening of the Kenya office is part of a partnership with the Alliance Française in Nairobi. A dedicated team will run the office in pursuit of the following objectives:
- Students at the door entrance of a Silicon Valley startup ©Sciences Po
To get students thinking about the many aspects of the digital revolution, Sciences Po’s Entrepreneurship Centre took 15 of them to Silicon Valley for a close-up look at technology’s key players, including Facebook, Google and AirBnb. Yaël, who is doing a research-based Master’s in political theory at the Sciences Po Doctoral School, and Thomas, an engineering student at Polytechnique, took part in this immersion-learning trip. Machine learning, blockchain, data science... they told us all about it.
- Admissions report 2017
The 2017 admissions report confirms Sciences Po’s attractiveness, with nearly 17,000 candidates in total and international students in particular applying in increasing numbers. The success of our Master’s programmes is also underscored with a 6 percent rise in applications to our seven graduate schools.
- Students on the Sciences Po campus in Reims ©Sciences Po
Sciences Po undergraduates have just started their academic year at the Sciences Po Undergraduate College. These students come from many different backgrounds and they each have their own story to tell about their journey to our university. Why did they choose Sciences Po? What are their ambitions? Take a tour of our undergraduate campuses in France and meet the students.
- Graduation ceremony at Sciences Po in Paris ©Sciences Po
On 6 September, students celebrated their graduation from the Sciences Po Undergraduate College. They all spent two years at one of the seven Sciences Po campuses in France, and one year abroad studying at a partner university. Those enrolled in a dual Bachelor’s degree programme spent two years in France then two years at the partner university abroad.
- Mike Pride ©Sciences Po
On 1 September 2017, Mike Pride, former administrator of the Pulitzer Prizes, gave the opening lecture at the Sciences Po School of Journalism.
- Le Havre students take part in Bollywood dancing on campus ©Sciences Po
The Sciences Po Campus of Le Havre is one of seven campuses and offers the Europe-Asia programme, which is taught in English with intensive French language study. In addition, the campus offers Dual Bachelor’s degrees with Columbia University, Keio University, the National University of Singapore, the University of British Columbia, the University of California Berkeley, the University of Hong Kong, and the University of Sydney.
- Sciences Po Graduation 2017 ©Sciences Po
The Executive Director of the International Trade Centre, a former Prime Minister, a data scientist, a Member of Parliament, and, above all, graduates following extraordinary paths... On Friday 30 June and Saturday 1 July 2017, in the main auditorium of the Maison de la Radio in Paris and in the presence of several prestigious guests, Sciences Po celebrated the graduation of 2,404 students from the 2017 cohort. Best of video.
- Sciences Po graduation ceremony 2016 ©Sciences Po
Celebrate. Share. Inspire. Those were the watchwords for the graduation ceremonies that were held at the Maison de Radio France in Paris on Friday, 30 June and Saturday, 1 July, for more than 1,800 graduating students and their families. Watch the ceremonies on our Livestream channel.
- Sciences Po School of Management and Innovation ©Sciences Po
Today, business is under increasing scrutiny with regard to its social responsibilities. By contributing to economic growth, companies play a significant social and political role in addition to their economic one, with an impact at the local, national and transnational levels. They are now expected to reconcile the interests of their shareholders with those of many other stakeholders, while addressing issues of the common good.