Sciences Po-Bosphorus Prize Winners

The "Sciences Po-Bosphorus Prize" distinguishes outstanding papers written by undergraduate and graduate students of Sciences Po.

2020

Topic: “Sustainable cities and communities (SDG 11): which models and policies to enhance the cooperation and partnerships between France and Turkey” 

Download the call for papers for full details on eligibility and application.

Deadline to apply: March 4, 2020.

2019

Sciences Po students were invited to submit a white paper on the topic: "Turkey, France, EU: What scope for solving common challenges?"  

The prize, which was publicly awarded during a joint event in May 2019, went to:

  •  Ediz Topçuoğlu, student in the Master in International Security at PSIA. Read his paper.
  •  W. Jason Essomba, student in the Master in International Security at PSIA. Read his paper.

2018

Sciences Po students were invited to submit a white paper on the following topic "Rethink Europe’s Future: Analyzing new geopolitical positioning of France and Germany and their implications on Turkey’s European integration process".

The prize, which was publicly awarded during a joint event in April 2018, went to:

  • Thomas Dumont, student in the Master in European Affairs, at the School of Public Affairs of Sciences Po. Read his paper.
  • Eva Fourel, student at the Undegraduate College of Sciences Po. Read her paper.

2017

For the first edition of the prize, students were invited to reflect on the topic “European growth, emerging markets: economic and business relations between Turkey, France and Europe”.

The prize, which was publicly awarded during a joint event in April 2017, went to: 

  • Romuald de Pierrefeu, student in the Master in International Security at PSIA. Read his paper
  • Gürcan Gülersoy, a student at the Menton campus of the Undergraduate College of Sciences Po. Read his paper
  • Ediz Topçuoğlu, a student at the Dijon campus of the Undergraduate College of Sciences Po. Read his paper
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