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The possibility of doing an apprenticeship has been offered at the School of Public Affairs since 2016. Approximately fifty students were first attracted by this option when the program was launched; this year, more than 130 students (about 20% of M2 students) chose to complete the second year of their master’s program that way.
Who has access to the apprenticeship option at the School of Public Affairs?
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Clémentine Buisson is in her second year of the Master in Public Policy in Apprenticeship. Every week, she alternates between her courses at the School of Public Affairs and managing communication for the gender diversity network of the Banque de France. She looks back on her career path and tells us about her daily life.
WHY DID YOU CHOOSE THE APPRENTICESHIP PATH?
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The latest results have just come in: with laureates in all the administrative competitive exams and 60% of ENA admissions (École Nationale d'Administration), Sciences Po’s Competitive exam preparation (PrépaConcours) gets a remarkable track record for the year 2020.
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CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?
I believe I am part of the panel of "atypical profiles" to whom Sciences Po gives a chance every year. At a very young age, I worked in various jobs - store clerk, cleaner, stock handler, waiter - in parallel with my schooling. I applied to Sciences Po one year after I graduated from high school and dropped out of law school which, in many ways, didn't suit me when I was 18 years old.
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On February 15, 17 & 19, 2021, Sciences Po will gather over 25 IOs for the International Organisation Career Fair.
Students will learn more about their missions and openings, their recruitment processes and internship programmes.
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Can one measure the existence of the “French-German motor”? Which impact will Brexit have on French and German policy preferences? These are some of the questions students of the dual master’s degree between Sciences Po and Freie Universität Berlin discussed during the joint seminar that was held in digital format on January 21-22, 2021 under the title “The French-German Motor and Europe”.
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On Wednesday 13 January 2021, a student from the School of Public Affairs and Yann Algan, Dean of the School of Public Affairs answered questions from prospective students during a live interview.
You were unable to attend our past Open House Day?
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What is the Public Administration policy stream?
The Public Administration policy stream is the most renowned course option offered at the School of Public Affairs. That’s undoubtedly thanks to it being the oldest programme at Sciences Po – what fewer people realise, however, is that it is also one of the most modern!