Portraits of former students: discover the lives of our graduates
The Urban School account 2300 alumni. So many trajectories and different paths.
Cycling Project Manager at Plaine Commune
Camille Gaumont channels her energies into expanding bike use in the vast and dense urban zone that is Plaine Commune, a conglomeration of 9 major cities to the north of Paris.
Senior Consultant at Eurogroup Consulting
"I am a Senior Consultant at Eurogroup Consulting, a strategy consulting firm. I am based in Paris and I have two main missions."
Hugo Ribadeau Dumas
Assistant Manager at KPMG
"I work in New Delhi at KPMG, as an advisor to the Government of India. My exact position within the firm is Assistant Manager. KPMG is an international network of audit and consulting firms...."
Program Manager at AFIDBA / President of One, Two, Three...RAP!
This Franco-Malian native of Bondy, in the Paris region, is a key element of the new French policy in terms of launching African start-ups.
Business developer at the MVRDV agency
Living in Rotterdam, Salomé Attias shares his best addresses in the second city of the Netherlands.
Communication officer at URBACT
"Having lived most of my life in São-Paulo, I always had a strong interest for the urban and spatial questions. The real turning point came to me when I was 15 years old, during a travel of a month in Amazonia...."
Founder of the Voyage Métropolitain
This landscape planner created Le voyage métropolitain in order to organize urban walks through territories not really thought for hiking.
Advisor of Jean-Louis Missika at the city of Paris
The so-called "future mayor of Greater Paris" has three passions: urban planning, philosophy and politics.
Postdoctoral researcher at the CEE of Sciences Po
Former student of the Master of Regional and Urban Strategy, Marine Bourgeois has just won a thesis prize from Dalloz.
Co-founder and coordinator of the Public Space Network in Nairobi, Kenya
"After completing Sciences Po, I wanted to continue what I had started: the development of urban areas in Africa."