- A look back at PSIA Capstone Projects
A look back at PSIA Capstone Projects from Fall 2020
The third semester at PSIA is dedicated to our students’ professional development, primarily in the form of an internship which allows them to gain professional experience, to develop new skills and to fine tune their professional plans in preparation for life after graduation.
- Turkey-EU: Common challenges and targets for the post-Covid world
PSIA and the Institut du Bosphore present:
Turkey – EU | Common challenges and targets
for a more inclusive and greener post-Covid world
Tuesday 4 May 2021, 17:00 - 18:15 CET
Open to members of the Sciences Po community: please register online to attend
- Raphaël Glucksmann et Jacques Semelin
Dans le cadre de son cours Génocides et violences extrêmes enseigné à PSIA, Jacques Semelin invite le député européen Raphaël Glucksmann pour une session spéciale ouverte à tous les étudiants, sur le traitement des Ouïghours par les autorités chinoises. M. Glucksmann expliquera son engagement international en tant que député européen. Comment qualifier ces exactions ? Quelle est la réaction de la communauté internationale ?
- Sovereign Debt: A Political History Perspective
The Sciences Po Chair in Sovereign Debt presents:
Sovereign Debt: A Political History Perspective
Thursday 22 April 2021, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
This event is open to all: please register online
- Political Economy of Implementing Net Zero Emissions
The European Chair for Sustainable Development and Climate Transition at Sciences Po and Columbia University present:
Political Economy of Implementing Net Zero Emissions
Thursday 15 April 2021 | 2:10 pm - 4:00 pm (Paris time) | 8:10 am - 10:00 am (New York time)
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- (c)Sciences Po/PSIA, Youth & Leaders Summit 2018
On March 15, Enrico Letta decided to return to Italian politics in support of Mario Draghi’s unity government, which leads to his departure as Dean of PSIA. He will head the Democratic Party of Italy.
- Actualité Sciences Po
A graduate in Advanced Global Studies, Parnika Ray is Program Director @New Global Perspectives – Paris
You have recently launched newglobalperspectives.org, can you explain its purpose?
- Post-Settlement Mediation in Burundi
Post-Settlement Mediation in Burundi after the Civil War:
How to Compose Relations with Leaders
Wednesday 23 March 2021 | 1:00 pm – 2:15 pm CET
Registration is compulsory: please register online
- Strategic Autonomy of the EU (c)Shutterstock
PSIA and CERI present:
The Strategic Autonomy of the EU: The Proof by China?
Wednesday 24 March 2021 | 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm CET
The event is open to all: please register online
- Actualité Sciences Po
Graduated in International Economic Policy, Valentina is working as a NextGen Graduate, Strategy & Consutling at 3Shape in Copenhagen.
What is your role and main responsibilities?
3Shape is a medical technology company producing 3D scanners and other digital solutions for dentists. I am doing a graduate program, a 2 years journey with three job rotations: 1 year in Strategy & Consulting in Copenhagen, six months abroad and 6 months back in the headquarter in another department.
- PSIA students Mathea Bernhardt and Laura Dugardin
PSIA students Mathea Bernhardt and Laura Dugardin have been given a wonderful opportunity: together with professor and researcher Maxime Forest, they will co-author a policy brief for the G20 Task Force on multilateralism and global governance ahead of the next G20 meeting taking place in Rome, Italy.
- Sciences Po ranks second in 2021 QS rankings
Sciences Po remains a top university in the social sciences in the 2021 QS World University Rankings by subject, keeping its second place worldwide in "Politics & International Studies" for the second year.
- Reimagining Cities, online conference series ©shutterstock_SweetJ
Online series of events | March-July 2021
Hit hard by what was revealed to be primarily an urban pandemic, cities across the world have been harnessing the potential of their proximity with residents, the private sector, and civil society to deploy rapid, innovative, and cost-effective solutions. Most of this innovation is likely to continue as part of a broader movement led by numerous mayors committed to boldly re-directing urban development towards environmental sustainability, social equality, and resilience.
- Delphine O, Melanne Verveer, Margot Wallstrom
PSIA presents a special conference with leading experts:
Feminist Foreign Policy:
A Comparative Perspective from France, Sweden and the United States
Wednesday 10 March 2021 | 5:00pm - 6:15pm CET
A discussion chaired by:
- Enrico Letta, Dean of the Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA)
With guest speakers:
- ©Shutterstock/Kan Sang Tong
Myanmar’s pathway out of authoritarianism has been a complex one since the military coup of 1962, with a longstanding fight for freedoms over recent decades and hope of democracy that led in 2012 to the return of civilian rule.
With the victory of the National League for Democracy (NLD) party led by Aung San Suu Kyi at parliament, a troubled transition towards democratic rule was set forth only to be ultimately reverted by the military power again after the coup on February 1st, 2021.
- PSIA Sciences Po
Through series of lectures by highly distinguished guests on pressing global issues, PSIA offers a vibrant platform for public debate in international affairs.
Look back at the events held in the Fall semester 2020 on a wide range of topics: international criminal justice, victims’ rights, the European Union, Belarus, Sahel, transatlantic relationship, US elections, Middle East peace process, energy, climate neutrality and territorial inclusion.
Watch the video replays:
- The future of EU science diplomacy
The future of EU science diplomacy ambitions: the insights from a policy-maker
Friday 19 February 2021 | 2:45 pm – 3:45 pm CET
Watch the replay of the event
- International Organisation Career Fair
Sciences Po presents an online career fair dedicated to International Organisations, open to all Sciences Po students and graduates. We invite PSIA students to take advantage of the very rich program:
Panel 1: "Inside the International Organisations: A General Overview"
Monday 15 February at 13:30 CET
With representatives from UNDP, ILO, UNODC
Panel 2: "Recruitment Prospective and Future Skill Needs Post-Covid + How To Prepare The Best Application > Tips and Advice for a Successful Career"
Friday 19 February at 13:30 CET
- Prize for Best Paper
PSIA presents the following opportunities to submit an essay and to win a prize for best paper. Deadline to apply is Wednesday 3 March 2021.
- PSIA Team for NATO Hackathon
A team of 10 PSIA students, enrolled in the Master in International Security, took part in the first NATO policy hackathon: “New ideas for NATO2030.”
Starting on Friday 29 January, they work tirelessly on their assignment. The PSIA team ‘Operation Resolute Baguette’ came up with innovative NATO policy solutions to protect civilians in modern-conflict. The exercise culminated on Thursday 4 February during a public event.
- Youth and Leaders Summit 2021
During three days in January 2021, ‘Youth’ and ‘Leaders’ gathered for a unique online conference in what was the sixth edition of PSIA’s flagship event #YLSummitPSIA
Close to 3000 people connected to follow the keynote speeches and panel discussions on ‘Wars and Peace: Solving Conflicts, Building Human Security.’ See the full program of the Summit.
- PSIA Event
Victims Rights: What Justice for Victims of International Crimes?
Wednesday 3 February 2021 | 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm CET
Watch the replay of the event.
- PSIA Event
PSIA presents a lecture by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Portugal, Dr Augusto Santos Silva.
Europe in the World: Autonomy and Openness
Wednesday 27 January | 12:00 - 13:15 CET
Watch the replay of the event.