This year's end-of-year Gala organised by the Sciences Po Student Bureau (one of the main student student associations on campus) was held at the Pavillon Cambon Capucines in Paris. Graduating students of all Master's programmes united to dine, dance and celebrate in the beautiful venue. A few students reflect on their journeys at Sciences Po and what is to come next in this video.More
Vanessa Topp is German but grew up in the United States. She studies Human Rights and Humanitarian Action at PSIA, the Paris School of International Affairs. Alongside her Master's, she volunteers her time and engages in aiding refugees in Paris. This summer, she plans to volunteer in a refugee camp in Greece.More
This past month, SPIT, the Sciences Po International Tasting competition celebrated its 10th anniversary. A blind wine and champagne tasting competition organized by Sciences Po’s oenology association, In Vino Veritas, gathers each year twelve student teams from French and International universities at Maison Bollinger.More
Sciences Po's School of Management and Innovation invited Wallace Chan, world renowned artisan jeweller for an exceptional conference on poetic aesthetics of jewelry art creation through three ever-interacting factors: imagery, emotions and music. Elia Sommerlad, Master's student at Sciences Po who attended the conference, shared her experience:More
Not just in the event of Women’s History Month but throughout the entire year, Sciences Po takes measures to advance gender equality. Here are 8 ways Sciences Po takes action to promote gender equality in the university.More
Sciences Po Junior Consulting was founded in 1980, making it one of the first junior enterprises in France. The student-run consultancy puts students to work on real-world commissions—a great way to gain experience while earning some extra cash. We met with Junior Consulting President Marine Poylo, Quality Manager Roxane Salabi, and the association’s head of public affairs, Rozenn Bichon.More
Today, more than 50 percent of the world’s population lives in cities. Reason enough for the student association Sciences Po Environment to make urban agriculture one of its main focuses.
In January 2017, the Reims campus branch of Sciences Po Environment launched Sciences Potager, a project to plant and maintain a vegetable garden on campus. To help them get started, they sought the expertise of L’Ecole des Jardiniers, a local association that promotes organic agriculture.More