Where are our 2019 graduates now?

Where are our 2019 graduates now?

The results of the 2021 Graduate Employability Survey on the class of 2019 show that Sciences Po students remain very attractive to employers, with 9 out of 10 graduates in professional activity. Despite a job market facing difficulties, 82% of our 2019 graduates found their first job in less than 6 months, and nearly ¾ of them have a stable profession. There are still just as many (37%) working abroad, in 84 countries. Discover all the results of our survey!

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 Sciences Po, a three-star university for French as a Foreign Language

Sciences Po, a three-star university for French as a Foreign Language

Sciences Po has obtained for the second time the Label Qualité Français langue étrangère (Quality Label for French as a Foreign Language), attaining the maximum score of three stars. Sciences Po has been attributed this label for the quality of its teaching of French as a foreign language, the professionalism and commitment of the teachers and staff, and the conditions in which the students are taught.

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Recap of our 2021 Undergraduate Open House Day

Recap of our 2021 Undergraduate Open House Day

Our 2021 Undergraduate Open Day attracted 11,245 online visitors on Saturday, 6 February. If you were unable to attend the various workshops, below are some videos to watch on replay that will give you some essential information about Sciences Po, our undergraduate programme, and our new admissions procedure.

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Research Studies: What is their purpose?

Research Studies: What is their purpose?

“Our job is to diagnose  the world as it is”: Pierre François, Dean of the School of Research (formerly the Doctoral School) reflects on the specificities and advantages of research training, a vocation that has become more essential and demanding than ever in the context of the global health crisis that is disrupting “the day-to-day routine of the social sector.”

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In first jointly taught CIVICA master's course, students explore “Democracy in Crisis”

In first jointly taught CIVICA master's course, students explore “Democracy in Crisis”

This is a first for CIVICA: around 25 students from the Hertie School in Berlin and 45 students from Sciences Po participated in the first jointly taught course by CIVICA - the alliance created in 2019 that brings together eight European universities. This fall 2020, professors Florence Faucher of Sciences Po and Christian Freudlsperger of the Hertie School focused on a subject of public interest to the whole world: "Democracy in crisis".

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Launch of the European Chair for Sustainable Development and Climate Transition

Launch of the European Chair for Sustainable Development and Climate Transition

On 25 November 2020, Sciences Po launched the European Chair for Sustainable Development and Climate Transition. It is the first chair to be co-hosted by our two largest graduate schools: the School of Public Affairs, led by Dean Yann Algan, and the Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA), led by Dean Enrico Letta. This Chair would not be possible without the support of its three sponsors: Hermès, HSBC and the European Investment Bank.

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