After two days of blocking by a group of students mobilized against the law on the Orientation and Success of Students (ORE), the occupation of the main campus of Sciences Po Paris ended on Friday, 20 April in the early afternoon. Access to all Sciences Po sites has been reopened for students, teachers and employees. Classes have resumed normally as of Friday afternoon (3:45 pm).More
They are amongst the youngest heads of government in the world. In Europe for the Commonwealth Summit 2018, Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, and Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, made a stop at Sciences Po for two exceptional events.More
Students will now have class in the Simone Veil or Jeannie de Clarens lecture halls, the first at Sciences Po to be named after women. In honor of two extraordinary graduates, this decision to rename lecture halls after two female alumni with extraordinary stories is a symbolic gesture in celebration of International Women’s Rights Day, amongst other actions taken in favor of gender equality.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
The governing bodies of Sciences Po have decided to reappoint Frédéric Mion, president since 2013, for a second term. In this message, Mr. Mion presents his programme for this new term.More
Each year, half of new students at the Sciences Po Undergraduate College come from outside France. International applicants go through a two-step procedure. First, they complete and submit an online application. Based on this application, certain candidates are then pre-selected for an interview, which can be held in various cities around the world.
In 2010, Sciences Po created PRESAGE, a gender studies and research programme. This trailblazing initiative now forms part of a comprehensive gender equality action plan. The pioneering nature of this commitment was recognised by the UN Women HeForShe programme, which named Sciences Po President Frédéric Mion as one of 10 university IMPACT champions for gender equality worldwide. More