Welcome to the world of Sciences Po podcasts, a sound universe where thought comes to life and ideas shape the future!

Section #intro

Whether you're a student thirsting for knowledge, a professional seeking new perspectives or simply curious and eager to learn, our podcasts offer you privileged access to the collective intelligence of Sciences Po. Each episode is an invitation to reflect, question and broaden your horizons, because at Sciences Po, critical thinking and innovation are our watchwords.

So fasten your headphones, get ready to be inspired, and dive into a collection of podcasts that challenge the boundaries of thought. Get ready to discover the ideas that will change the world, because at Sciences Po, the voice of knowledge resonates loud and clear across the airwaves. Welcome to our sound universe where thought comes to life and ideas shape the future! 

Section #what keeps you up

What keeps you up at night?

What goes on in the heads of leaders faced with the world's major challenges? What keeps them up at night? How do they fall asleep when they have so much responsibility? How do they get to sleep when there is so much at stake? What gives them insomnia?  

International leaders and decision makers are invited into the studios of the Sciences Po School of Journalism. We believe that students will be able to hear their voice and be inspired now and in the future.

The podcast is available on Spotify, Podcast Addict, Deezer and Amazon Music.

Section #sguriev

Conversations with Sergei Guriev

Do you want to understand better the change that is happening in our societies and to our societies? The environmental transformation, the digital transformation, the challenges to our democracies coming from populism and authoritarian leaders, the rise of inequalities discrimination, globalisation,  the return of History in geopolitics? Sciences Po faculty is conducting frontier research on these issues. This is why we start this podcast on Sciences Po Research where Sergei Guriev Provost of Sciences Po will talk to our researchers.

The podcast is available on Apple Podcast, Podcast Addict.  

Section #sanstransition

Sans transition (in French)

A podcast about ecological transformation

How do you grow up, find your place and look to the future when the planet is burning? How can you find your place when you are aware of the climate crisis? Young students about to enter the job market are faced with these questions. This is what prompted Sciences Po to create an "Ecological Culture" course, an intensive week to give students the keys to thinking, deciding and moving the situation forward.

The podcast is available on  Apple Podcast, Spotify, Podcast Addict and Deezer.

Section #conf

Les grandes conférences (in French), Sciences Po is the place to speak

Sciences Po offers everyone easy access to its world of research, ideas and debates.

In this podcast, you can listen to the great voices that speak and have spoken at Sciences Po during the hundreds of events (conferences, inaugural lectures, master classes, etc.) organised each year, and find the keys to understanding the issues that are shaking our societies.

The podcast is available on Apple Podcast, Podcast Addict.

Section #objets

Objets Trouvés (in French), How an object of research is created

In this podcast from the Centre for the Sociology of Organisations (Sciences Po / CNRS), find out about the work carried out by our sociologists, political scientists and historians, who will tell you about their research objects, i.e. the questions they have sought to answer in order to gain a better understanding of the society in which we live

The podcast is available on  Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podcast Addict and Deezer.

Section #genre

 Genre, ETC. (in French), our gender studies podcast

Genre et cetera is the podcast of PRESAGE, Sciences Po’s Gender Studies programme. In short episodes, the microphone is turned over to researchers in the fields of humanities and social sciences.

The podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podcast Addict and Deezer.

Section #afrique

Sciences Po & L’Afrique (in French), All about Sciences Po and Africa