Bastien Gaultier (Graduated in 2018)

From the Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources Master's programme, Talent acquisition specialist at Ubisoft

 

Bastien is a 2018 Alumni from the Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources Master's programme.

He now works as Talent acquisition specialist at Ubisoft, promotiong his company to students and young graduates.

 

Florent Lachaud (Graduated in 2016)

From the Master in Economics and Business, Internal Strategy Consultant at BNP Corporate & Investment Banking
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Please note: starting in 2019, the master 'Economics & Business' has evolved into the Master in International Management & Sustainability

Axel Searle (Graduated in 2015)

From the Master in Economics and Business, M&A Valuations, at PwC Singapore
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Please note: starting in 2019, the master 'Economics & Business' has evolved into the Master in International Management & Sustainability

ÉMILIE SIEBENBORN (Graduated in 2016)

From the Master in Economics and Business, Corporate Finance Executive at Total S.A.
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Please note: starting in 2019, the master 'Economics & Business' has evolved into the Master in International Management & Sustainability

« Making the world a better place, one algorithm at a time »

Paul Duans speech at the graduation
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Guest of honor at the graduation ceremony of the School of Management and Innovation, Paul Duan delivered a beautiful, very personal speech in front of graduates and their families sharing his quest for sense, his moments of doubt and the reassuring message that it's not a problem if you wonder who you are so long as you know why you do things !

 Paul Duan, data scientist, and creator of the NGO Bayes Impact which conceives social services using big data, he created a new portal for the French emplyemnt agency "Pôle emploi" to make job serach easier. 

Tristan Royer-Borromée (Graduated in 2016)

From the Master in Economics and Business, Associate at The Boston Consulting Group
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Please note: starting in 2019, the master 'Economics & Business' has evolved into the Master in International Management & Sustainability

"After ten years in banking, I wanted to do something good enough to put my name on"

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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.

In 2011, you co-founded Marou Chocolate, a trendy artisanal chocolate brand made in Vietnam and distributed all over the world. How did you come to start a chocolate-making business? Can you tell us broadly about your career path after Sciences Po?

"My mentors told me "Be brave! Go for it!""

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Karim Goessinger has dual Egyptian and Austrian citizenship. In 2011, he watched the Egyptian revolution unfold from Paris where he was studying for a Master’s at Sciences Po. Having observed these events that changed Egyptian mentalities forever, Karim went back to Cairo after his Master’s and founded CILAS, the first Liberal Arts College in Egypt.

Why did you create a Liberal Arts College in Egypt?

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