Charles Béna, Alumnus: "Analysing public policy through a social science lens"
A graduate of the Urban School in 2020, he recounts his journey between Paris and Mexico City.
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Studying in Good Health at Sciences Po: Healthcare and Health Promotion Services
Sciences Po is particularly attentive to students’ wellbeing, which is essential for both their personal fulfillment and ...
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Yann Schreiber: "Journalism is a job that chooses you"
We met Yann Schreiber a few years ago when he was finalising his Master’s degree in Journalism and International Affairs. He had just received several ...
Tommaso Vitale Appointed Dean of the Urban School
Mathias Vicherat, President of Sciences Po, has appointed Tommaso Vitale as Dean of the Urban School. Mr. Vitale succeeds Patrick Le Galès, and will take ...
Mariama Sow: "I have never been afraid of difference"
For the third year of her Bachelor's degree - and before joining the dual master's degree in Corporate and Public Management offered by Sciences Po ...
Congratulations to the graduates of the 10th cohort of the Sciences Po - Columbia Dual BA!
The 10th graduation ceremony of the Dual BA Programme between Sciences Po and Columbia University took place in ...
Ethan Zuckerman at Sciences Po: “We need to imagine a better Internet”
Despite the internet’s many benefits, there is a widespread consensus that today’s tech structure and social media is harmful in multiple ...
CIVICA: focus on Joint Courses
On 29 April 2022, students from the joint course “Welfare States in Transition” taught by Bruno Palier of Sciences Po and Anke Hassel of the Hertie School were finally able ...
A powerful exchange between Volodymyr Zelensky and the students of France
All over France, dozens of auditoriums were opened, and tens of thousands of people were able to follow, in person or online, this ...
Meet Farrah Trari, Recipient of the Marion Bruley Scholarship
Sciences Po students doing an internship in the United States have the possibility, subject to resources, to apply for the Marion Bruley Mobility ...
War in Ukraine: Russia’s reputedly ‘sanction proof’ economy shows signs of stress
By Sergei Guriev, Department of Economics, Sciences Po
Seven weeks into the war, how is the Russian economy faring? The ...
Amadou Diallo : “I saw that there were many people who supported me and who continue to support me”
Born in Guinea, Amadou Diallo moved to Greece at the age of 16 to flee the political instability of his ...
Research on Africa : focus on citizenship and urbanity
At Sciences Po, several research programs deal with issues of citizenship and urbanity in Africa.
In this episode, Laurent Fourchard and Fatoumata ...
Babacar Seck: "No university can succeed without its Alumni”
Originally from Dakar, Senegal, and Auvergne, France, Babacar Seck completed his university studies at Sciences Po, first in the Le Havre campus ...
Ukraine War: What is the Economic Impact of Trade Sanctions on Russia?
The Academic Board calls to defeat Marine Le Pen
Declaration adopted by the Academic Board of the Institut d'Etudes Politiques on April 19, 2022, by 20 votes in favour, one against and two abstentions.
Politique Africaine: "Analyzing Africa from the bottom up"
Founded in 1980 by Jean-François Bayart alongside a dozen other researchers - including several members of Sciences Po’s Center for International ...
Tribute to Jean-Paul Fitoussi
Laurence Bertrand Dorleac, Chair of the National Foundation of Political Science (FNSP) and Mathias Vicherat, President of Sciences Po have the great sadness to inform that ...
Eberhard Kienle’s Examination of Authoritarian Rule in Egypt
In the following interview, Eberhard Kienle discusses his research from his recently published book, “Egypt: A Fragile Power”. In this historical ...
Sciences Po at 150: Discover the editorial and events programme
The opening of our new campus at 1 Place Saint Thomas on 28 January was the first in a series of events marking the university’s 150th anniversary ...
Understanding the Metaverse with Dominique Boullier
In this episode of FOCUS, Sciences Po's video series that invites professors to approach their field from an unexpected angle, Dominique Boullier, researcher ...
Digital Technology’s Effects on Journalism: FOCUS with Sylvain Parasie
What is data journalism? How does it affect our ways of receiving and sharing information? What consequences does it have on our perception ...
Immigration: Intractable Policy Problem or Symbolic Politics?
On 30 March 2022, professors James Hollifield, Nonna Mayer, and Virginie Guiraudon, came together to discuss the issue of immigration in our ...
2022 QS rankings: Sciences Po Named 3rd Best University in the World for “Politics and International Studies”
This year, Sciences Po was ranked third in the world for Politics and International Studies ...
“I saw the need to create new interpretative frameworks”: Guillaume Tusseau on Comparative Constitutional Litigation
In this article originally published in Cogito, Sciences Po’s research magazine, Guillaume ...