Inclusive Capitalism and Social Progress

Debate about the Conclusions of the Internationa Panel on Social Progress
5th of November 2018 - 5 to 7 pm
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DEBATE AROUND THE CONCLUSIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL PANEL FOR SOCIAL PROGRESS AND THE BOOK A MANIFESTO FOR SOCIAL PROGRESS - IDEAS FOR A BETTER SOCIETY

Date: November 5th, 2018, from 17:00 till 19:00 Sciences Po, Amphithéâtre Simone Veil (28, rue des Saints-Pères, 75007 Paris)

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The Camera as a Weapon, Photographs as Bombs

Experimental photographer JR discusses the politicism of art with students at Sciences Po
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Cameras that “serve as weapons”, photos as “political bombs” that “explode”: such was the language of photographer JR when he addressed a packed lecture hall of students at Sciences Po this week. Taking his audience on a two-hour whistle-stop tour of the most provocative pieces of his career – by way of Paris, Rio de Janeiro, and the Mexican border – JR answered the question of whether art is by its nature political. If his compelling lecture made one thing clear, it’s that his work certainly always is.

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International admissions are now open

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International admissions for the 2019 intake are now open!

App icons are the new trademarks

10 recommendations for strong and distinctive app icon design from Zeeger Vink, Intellectual Property Lawyer and Lecturer at the School of Management & Innovation
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The explosion of the mobile app market has completely changed the way that consumers interact with logos and trademarks. Apps now rely on their icons to distinguish them from large numbers of brands offering similar and rival services. Zeeger Vink, Intellectual Property Lawyer and Lecturer in Communications, Media & Creative Industries at the School of Management and Innovation, gives ten recommendations to ensure the creation of a strong, distinctive, and protected app icon. Watch his tutorial.

Graduate Employability: Where Are Our 2017 Graduates Now?

Results of the 2019 Graduate Employability Survey

The 2019 Graduate Employability Survey asked the Class of 2017 what they were up to now. Their responses indicated that Sciences Po graduates are entering the job market even more quickly than in previous years, with 87% landing a job less than 6 months after graduating (compared to 83.6% for the Class of 2016).

Graduates’ attractivity amongst employers is stronger than ever before. More young graduates declare that they are in a stable job with a permanent contract (76%), and they are also better paid with an average gross annual salary outside of France reaching 40.611 euros. The majority of the Class of 2017 responded that they are satisfied with their job taking into account new measures of professional well-being.

> See the full results of the survey and read the press release

Survey Results in 5 key figures

  • 91% of graduates who decided to enter the job market are currently working (this figure remains stable compared to last year)

  • 87% found their first job less than 6 months after graduating (compared to 83.7% in the 2018 Graduate Employability Survey)

  • 70% work in the private sector (69% in the 2018 survey)

  • 34% are working outside of France (this figure is stable)

  • The average gross annual income outside of France has gone up to 40.6K€ (compared to 37.4K euros in the 2018 survey)

Beauty in the CCG

the age of digitisation
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Today’s consumer is young, connected, curious and looking for a sophisticated & personalized offer online & offline. This new reality explains the roaring success of new beauty players that smartly capture and reflect the modern mindset.

Welcome speech: Frédéric Mion Director of Sciences Po 

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"Intelligence(s)" by Anders Sandberg

An exceptional guest at the School of Management and Innovation
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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.

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A dream come true

The heartfelt testimony of one of our 2018 graduates
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After receiving her diploma, Meggy Pyaneeandee, 2018 graduate of the School of Management and Innovation and Miss Île-de-France 2016, wrote a heartfelt letter to Sciences Po. Read her story.

Dear Sciences Po,

It was very important to me to express my gratitude for these last six years.

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Simulating Negotiations on Climate Change

A new course at Sciences Po’s School of Management and Innovation
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Active and innovative learning techniques

For its first year of existence, one of the objectives of EMI was the introduction of active and innovative learning techniques in their course offer. In this framework, a climate negotiation was successfully organized in Professor Eloi Laurent’s course “Political Economy of the Environment-Managing our ecological crisis”.

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A New Master's in Luxury Marketing

For responsible luxury mindful of sustainable development
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Starting in September 2019, the School of Management and Innovation is launching a new Master’s degree in marketing entitled “New Luxury & Art de Vivre”.

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