More than one hundred donors have chosen to reserve a seat in Boutmy, thus helping to build the future Paris campus. Watch some of our donors' testimonials.
A new agreement has been reached for the support of two scholarships for Chilean students admitted to a Master’s program.
Sciences Po’s Paris School of International Affairs welcomed Brad Smith, president of Microsoft, for an exceptional conference on cyberdiplomacy.
Grace Moore is the newest recipient of the Michel David-Weill scholarship.
Sciences Po becomes a founding partner of the McCourt institute which is dedicated to the theme of "Tech for the Common Good".
The European Chair for Sustainable Development and Climate Transition held its inaugural conference on November 25.
The Chair in Sovereign Debt launches a blog and a Twitter account to actively contribute to the policy debate.
Aditi Chatradhi, originally from California, was awarded the Henri de Castries scholarship. She tells us about her transition to France.
Are you a private landlord who would like to rent your accommodation? Help Sciences Po students by publishing a housing offer on our website.
Since the start of the Covid-19 crisis, Sciences Po has deployed multiple forms of aid for its students.
18 students involved around a specific case study: the conquest of new markets by a luxury market player, in the midst of a health crisis.
Interview with Bénédicte Durand, Vice President of Academic Affairs.
Sciences Po moves to second place in "Political Science and International Studies".
Former Greek prime minister Aléxis Tsípras gave the inaugural lecture for the Chair on Sovereign Debt.
After visiting Milan, Madrid and Berlin, four stars of British literature stopped by Sciences Po on 25 November.
On 18 November 2019, the Sciences Po American Foundation celebrated its 10th anniversary at its annual gala in New York City.
The Sciences Po American Foundation awarded Maëlle Gavet its annual alumni award during a reception earlier this month.
This March 2019, Sciences Po marked the 14th anniversary of the Émile Boutmy scholarship for an evening celebrating excellence and diversity.
More than hundred people attended a conference co-organised by Sciences Po and the Sciences Po Alumni association.
Sciences Po's alumni and friends in Hong Kong gathered for a cocktail party at the China Club.
For the sixth year in a row, the QS rankings by subject, comparing over 1,200 universities, continue to illustrate that Sciences Po is at the heart of
Jacob Kasel has been selected as the 2019 Michel David-Weill Scholarship laureate.
The Sciences Po American Foundation hosted its 8th Annual Benefit Dinner in New York on October 11, 2018 at 583 Park.