Nassim Larfa © Nassim Larfa

Nassim Larfa, Class of 2019

From the Master in Public Policy, Public Administration stream, to the position of Advisor to the President of the Economic, Social and Environmental Council

Nassim Larfa was selected in the ranking of 35 young positive leaders under 35 years old with the newspaper Les Echos Start and Positive Planet (January 2023).  CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC...

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Clément Tougeron © Pierre Terraz

Clément Tougeron, Class of 2022

From the Master in Public Policy, Public Administration stream, to the position of senior consultant at Tilder, a public affairs and communications company

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  My academic background is similar to that of many Sciences Po students: after 3 years in a literary preparatory class, I was admitted...

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Round table on Digital Jobs

Register for the meeting on 2 February

Within the framework of the biannual programming of these career actions, The School of Public Affairs is pleased to invite you to a round table on Digital Jobs, which will take place on ...

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Laurence Boone, Secretary of State for European Affairs @MEAE

Issues and challenges of the European sovereignty

Conference with Laurence Boone postponed

Due to a conflicting agenda, the conference on 1 February 2023 is cancelled and postponed to a later date. Conference registrants will be informed as soon as possible if a new date is proposed....

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Do you know the research track of the School of Public Affairs?

The School of Public Affairs (EAP) offers two possibilities to students who are interested in research: 1) Master 2 students can choose to write a thesis as part of their off-campus semester in...

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Isabelle de Silva

3 questions addressed to Isabelle de Silva, Scientific Advisor of the Public Administration stream

Isabelle de Silva, a senior civil servant and member of the Council of State, has held various positions in the public administration and within the Council of State. She was a member and then...

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Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne © Christine Plenus

The Dardenne Brothers at the School of Public Affairs

A look back at the "Masterclasse Culture" held on September 28, 2022

On September 28th 2022, as part of the School of Public Affairs' Culture Masterclasses, Sciences Po welcomed the Belgian filmmaker brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne for the release of their...

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Uma Kalkar © Amanda Burns

Uma Kalkar, Class of 2022

From the Master in Public Policy, Dual Master's degree with the University of Toronto, Digital, New Technology and Public Policy Stream, to the position of Researcher at the GovLab

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  After learning about ‘wicked problems’ during my freshman year, I knew I wanted to help create impactful, ‘for good,’ policies. I...

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Ester Davanzo © Vincent Blocquaux

Ester Davanzo, Class of 2021

From the Master in European Affairs, Politics and Public Policy stream, to the position of Communication Manager at the Directorate General for Enterprise at the French Ministry of the Economy, Finance and Industrial and Digital Sovereignty

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND? I started my academic journey in Italy, with a degree in International Studies at the University of Trento. During these three years, I was...

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Axelle Dubois © Axelle Dubois

Axelle Dubois, Class of 2019

From the Master in Public Policy, Global Health policy stream, in apprenticeship, to the position of Senior Consultant in Public Health Policy & Business Development Manager at Alcimed

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  After a literary baccalaureate, I spent two years on the Sciences Po campus in Paris, as part of a dual degree with the University of...

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Artist's view of an exoplanet © NASA, ESA, and G. Bacon (STScI)

A role-playing game to understand cooperation in the space world

Focus on an original teaching experience

A very... spacey cooperation! A role-playing game to learn how to cooperate between international actors in an international space mission "Exploring the world beyond our Earth - can Europe do...

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Camille Desrayaud © C.Desrayaud

Student Spotlight: Sciences Po-Hertie School dual degree student Camille Desrayaud

Camille reflects on her interests in social policy and sustainable development, and on what motivated her to study public policy in Paris and Berlin

Testimonial collected by the Hertie School team and originally published on the Hertie School admissions blog. When plans of studying abroad in the US during her bachelor’s degree in political...

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Manon Fortemps (7th from the left) at the award ceremony in Lille

Congratulations to Manon Fortemps, awarded by the French Evaluation Society for her thesis written at the School of Public Affairs

Each year, about fifty students choose to write a thesis as part of their off-campus semester at the School of Public Affairs. They engage in a course of study that allows them to deepen their...

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Representing Youth at the Women's Forum

Discover the testimony of 6 students of the Certificate in Gender Equality and Public Policy

At the end of November 2022, 6 students in the Master's programme at Sciences Po (School of Public Affairs and Paris School of International Affairs), all enrolled in the Gender Equality and Public...

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P. Forteza & students from the Digital, New Technology and Public policy stream

Digital tools and open data in public institutions for a better and more inclusive democracy

A look back at Paula Forteza's Masterclass

On November 16, the students of the Digital, New Technology and Public Policy stream of the School of Public Affairs were delighted to welcome Ms Paula Forteza, former member of the French Parliament...

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IOCD © Sciences Po Carrières

Book a seat for the International Organisations Career Day!

Sciences Po Careers, the School of Public Affairs and the School of International Affairs (PSIA) look forward to welcoming you to the 4th edition of Science Po's International Organisation Career Day...

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Lucas Hassan © Nexter

Lucas Hassan, Class of 2020

From the Master in Public Policy, Security and defence policy stream, to the position of cybersecurity project manager at the Directorate General for Enterprise of the Ministry of the Economy, Finance and Industrial and Digital Sovereignty

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  After a scientific preparatory class, I first entered an engineering school (ENSTA ParisTech) where I followed a course in applied...

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Arancha González, Olivier Rozenberg, Valérie Drezet-Humez, Philippe Martin © DR

Discussion on the State of the European Union address: promoting democracy and solidarity

Article originally published on the Sciences Po website by the Sciences Po editorial team. Wednesday, 14 September, the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, gave her yearly...

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Masterclass with Michael Bailey © Students from the Digital stream

The Big Data Paradox and the Limits of Modern Polling

A look back at the Masterclass with Michael Bailey

On Wednesday, November 5, 2022, the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs had the honor of welcoming Dr. Michael Bailey, Colonel William J. Walsh Professor at the McCourt School of Public Policy of...

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Actualité Sciences Po

Writing a thesis allowed me to understand the impact of public policy on the issue of equity

Testimony from Marisol Dextre Polo, awarded by the French Evaluation Society for her thesis

Each year, between 40 and 60 students choose to write a thesis as part of their fourth semester at the School of Public Affairs (EAP). They embark on a course of study that allows them to deepen...

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Arthur Duthoit © Baptiste Duthoit

Arthur Duthoit, Class of 2016

From the Master in Public Affairs (now Master in Public Policy), general track (now Public Administration policy stream) to Senior Data Consultant at Artefact

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND? I entered Sciences Po after the baccalauréat on the Paris campus. After the first three years of undergraduate college, including one year...

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Start of the year 2022 for apprentices

Back to the highlights of the new academic year for apprenticeship students

The School of Public Affairs offers students in the Master in Public Policy and the Master in European Affairs the opportunity to complete their second year under an apprenticeship contract. Two...

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"The power of culture and the strength of imagination" by Rima Abdul Malak

A look back at the School of Public Affairs' inaugural lecture

Article originally published on www.sciencespo.fr by the Sciences Po editorial team. After a presentation by the President of Sciences Po and the Dean of the School on the fundamentals of the program...

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Actualité Sciences Po

Submit your challenges to the Public Policy Incubator

Do you want to be part of the 5th edition of the Public Policy Incubator offered by the School of Public Affairs? The call for challenges is open until 28 October 2022. Any private, public or...

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Paul Auburtin © Artémise de Vernejoul

Paul Auburtin, Class of 2020

From the Master in Public Policy, Digital, New Technology and Public Policy stream, as an apprentice, to the position as a consultant with APCO Worldwide

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  After obtaining a Baccalauréat ES at the Lycée de Provence in Marseille, I chose an Anglo-Saxon path. I studied European Political...

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Sabrina Barré and her teammates at DefInSpace © Aerospace Valley

Sabrina Barré, Laureate of DefInSpace 2022, a space-based defence hackathon

On June 3rd and 4th 2022, 200 participants grouped into forty teams took up a challenge launched by the French Air Force: Design solutions for the space defence of tomorrow in just 24 hours! Sabrina...

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Torben David © Martin Klemmer

Torben David, Class of 2018

From the Master in Public Policy, Digital, New Technology and Public Policy stream, to the position of Digital Policy Advisor to the German Social Democrat MEP Tiemo Wölken

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND? After obtaining the Abitur (the German high school diploma), I left Berlin for London to pursue my interest in international politics and...

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Student group © L. Stuewe

Fostering discussions between students and decision-makers, researchers and citizens for evidence-based policy-making in health

To mark the end of the Global Health public policy Master’s year, several students previously enrolled in the course Evidence-based policy-making in health: theory and practice(s) at the School of...

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Policy brief by students from the School of Public Affairs © Sciences Po

[Student Paper] Should we rethink the governance of platforms in order to create a system of checks and balances consistent with our democractic values?

The Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Chair will now publish, on a regular basis, a selection of the finest essays and papers written by Sciences Po students in the course of their studies. This...

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© Obvious

« The Creative Potential of Artificial Intelligence »

A look back at the Culture Masterclass with the Collective Obvious, in the presence of Agnès Perpitch et Marine van Schoonbeek

Article written by Jeanne Burin des Roziers and Apolline Monpouet, students of the Culture and Cultural Policy and Management streams at the School of Public Affairs of Sciences Po.  On the...

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Students of the Public Policy Incubator in Brussels, May 2022

The European Union & Public Innovation: Integrating French Youth into the European Debate

On the 12th and 13th of May 2022, ten Master 1 students from the School of Public Affairs had the chance to go to Brussels to present their projects developed in the framework of the Public Policy...

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Public Policy Incubator 2022 Restitution © Lucile Meunier

Discover the solutions devised by the students of the Public Policy Incubator

On Wednesday, May 11, 2022, after an intensive semester of learning the tools and methods of design applied to public action, the 121 first-year students at the School of Public Affairs who...

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Éléonore Cartillier © Éléonore Cartillier

Eleonore Cartillier, Class of 2016

From the Master in Public Affairs, general stream (today, the Master in Public Policy, Public Administration policy stream) to the role as Sustainability Manager at Saint-Gobain

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND? After two years of preparatory classes, I was lucky enough to get into ESSEC, the École Normale Supérieure de Cachan and then Sciences Po...

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[Student paper] The Metaverse: Challenges and regulatory issues

The Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Chair will now publish, on a regular basis, a selection of the finest essays and papers written by Sciences Po students in the course of their studies. This...

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Open House Day Graduate Schools on 19 November 2022

Graduate Open House Day 2022

Have you ever thought about studying in France? Let’s meet and talk about your future master’s degree, which you can pursue at Sciences Po entirely in English and/or French. You’ll have the...

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Nina Regenhardt and Manon Fortemps in Vienna

Two students invited to present their Master's thesis at an international conference in Vienna

This year, some forty students from the School of Public Affairs chose to write a thesis as part of their off-campus semester. We were delighted to learn that two of these students were selected to...

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Sina Sobooti © Sciences Po

Sina Sobooti, laureate of the 2022 Erignac Prize for the “dance-eloquence programme”

Article initially published on www.sciencespo.fr/en by the editorial team On 7 June 2022, the 10th edition of the Claude Erignac Prize was awarded to Sina Sobooti, former "petit rat" ballet...

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Two students are recording a podcast © Camille Chapuis

A podcast on equality

Discover “Féminisme Initial”, a podcast created by four students from the School of Public Affairs with HCEfh

Article initially published on the website of the PRESAGE programme.   Camille Chapuis, Coline Dansou, Aurore Pageaud and Carla van Langen are students from the School of Public Affairs of...

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Martin Fourdrignier © Noir sur Blanc

Martin Fourdrignier, Class of 2016

From the Master in Public Affairs, Local Government and Energy policy stream (now Master in Public Policy, Public Administration policy stream), as an apprentice, to the position as European interconnections and networks project manager at the French Energy Regulation Commission

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  After a literary baccalaureate in the Ardennes, I studied preparatory classes for three years at the Lycée Louis-le-Grand in Paris. I...

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Ariane Forgues-Enaud © Ariane Forgues-Enaud

Ariane Forgues-Enaud, Class of 2016

From the Master in European Affairs, Dual Master’s with LSE to the positions of parliamentary attaché, and founder of "Emplois politiques" and "Des Europe & Des Hommes

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  After living abroad until the age of 15 and graduating from high school in Lille, I went directly to Sciences Po's Collège...

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SDG Certificate © Sciences Po

SDG Certificate: Discover this year's cohort and student projects

The SDG Certificate allows students to develop entrepreneurial skills and to work with public policy students from a range of fields. Students benefit from the experience of building and implementing...

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New Paper by the European Chair for Sustainable Development and Climate Transition

Read the paper "Institutional Considerations in the Practice of Natural Climate Solutions"

The European Chair for Sustainable Development and Climate Transition has published a new paper (May 2022): "Institutional Considerations in the Practice of Natural Climate Solutions" (PDF, 1.58...

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Recap of the cultural Masterclass on the novel S'adapter with Clara Dupont-Monod and Manuel Carcassonne

An article by Lucie Grandjean On the 9th of March 2022, the students of the Culture/Cultural Policy & Management policy stream of the School of Public Affairs of Sciences Po welcomed the novelist...

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CIVICA joint courses © Sciences Po

CIVICA: Focus on joint courses

Article originally published on www.sciencespo.fr/en by the Sciences Po editorial team. On 29 April 2022, students from the joint course “Welfare States in Transition” taught by Bruno Palier of...

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Masterclasse Culture autour du film Nous d'Alice Diop  © Florence Botello/EAP

Review of the Masterclass on the film "Nous" by Alice Diop

Article written by Lisa Compagnon and translated by Paula Nájera, students of the Cultural Policy and Management speciality of the School of Public Affairs. Cinema, an invention of the Lumière...

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Tatiana Carpentier © Marc Jannot

Tatiana Carpentier, Class of 2021

From the Master in European Affairs, Management and Public Affairs policy stream, to the position as Institutional Relations Manager at Ferrero

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  After a literary baccalaureate, I decided to do a Bachelor's degree in Politics and International Relations at the University of Bath...

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Jihye Kang © Jihye Kang

Jihye Kang, class of 2015

From the Master in European Affairs to the Mission of the Republic of Korea to the EU

Can you describe your academic and professional background? I completed my four-year undergraduate studies in Seoul, including a one-year exchange programme (similar to ‘Erasmus’) in Aix-en-Provence...

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Closing session of the Certificate © C. Delaunay/Sciences Po

Congratulations to the 2022 cohort of the Gender and Public Policy Certificate

Article originally published on www.sciencespo.fr On April 21, 2022, the closing session of the Gender and Public Policy Certificate took place. This programme, offered by the School of Public...

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Pauline Lego © Sciences Po

Pauline Lego, Class of 2019

From the Master in European Affairs, Energy, Environment and Sustainability stream, Dual-Degree with LSE, to the Energy Regulatory Commission

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PERSONAL BACKGROUND?  Attracted by social sciences since secondary school, I decided to begin my university studies with a law degree at the University of...

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Farrah Trari

Farrah Trari, recipient of the Marion Bruley Scholarship

Sciences Po students doing an internship in the United States have the possibility, subject to resources, to apply for the Marion Bruley Mobility Grant, financed by the Sciences Po American...

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Claire Versini © Claire Versini

Claire Versini, Class of 2013

From the Dual Master in European Affairs with LSE, to the Institut Jacques Delors, to now being involved in the Union of European Federalists, in the association Tous Tes Possibles and in charge of training and development at i3L

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  After a dual Master's degree in European affairs from Sciences Po and the London School of Economics, I worked at the Jacques Delors...

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New! Atlas of Natural Climate Solutions

A work carried out by the European Chair for Sustainable Development and Climate Transition

The European Chair for Sustainable Development and Climate Transition at Sciences Po has just published an Atlas of Natural Climate Solutions. The Atlas depicts a sample of Nature-based Climate...

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Clément Beaune in the Boutmy amphitheatre © Sciences Po

Clément Beaune at the School of Public Affairs

Review of the European Seminar, March 16, 2022

Article originally published on www.sciencespo.fr by the editorial team of Sciences Po.  EUROPE AND WAR IN UKRAINE: CLEMENT BEAUNE SHARES HIS ANALYSIS Clément Beaune, Minister of State for...

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The apprenticeship option at the School of Public Affairs

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...

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Marcio Boka © Marcio Boka

Marcio Boka, Class of 2022

From the Master in Public Policy, Public Administration policy stream, to entrepreneurship

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  After graduating secondary school with an economic and social sciences baccalaureate from the American international section in Paris...

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Joyce, Evelyn and Chelsea who participated in the 2022 GPPN annual conference

Congratulations to our students who participated in the 2022 GPPN Annual Conference

The 3 students reached the final round of the competition

The School of Public Affairs is part of the GPPN network that gathers together 7 prestigious universities in public policy. Each year, one of the partner universities organises an Annual...

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Masterclass Culture with Steve McCurry © SM/EAP

A look back at the masterclass with Steve McCurry

American photographer and curator Biba Giacchetti met with students in December 2021

Article by Emma Duquet, a student in the Culture policy stream at the School of Public Affairs On the occasion of the exhibition "The World of Steve McCurry" at the Museum Maillol, the artist himself...

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Marie Trelat © Marie Trelat

Marie Trelat, Class of 2020

From a Master in Public Policy, Public Administration policy stream as an apprenticeship student, to the position of Project Manager in the Cabinet of the President of Grand Chalon

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  I am originally from Saint-Bérain-sous-Sanvignes, a village of around 1000 inhabitants in Saône-et-Loire. I attended secondary school...

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Ross Creelman © Ross Creelman

Ross Creelman, Class of 2017

From the Master in European Affairs, to the position of Public Policy Manager at ETNO (European Telecommunications Network Operators' Association)

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  I enrolled in the Master in European Affairs at the School of Public Affairs following a degree in foreign languages and literature....

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M. Vicherat and P. Moscovici © elombard / Cour des comptes

The Cour des Comptes supports the Talent Preparatory Classes

Pierre Moscovici, First President of the Cour des comptes (Court of Auditors), and Mathias Vicherat, Director of Sciences Po Paris, have signed a partnership agreement regarding the Talent...

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The School of Public Affairs is recruiting an adjunct professor

For a course on migration and public policy

The School of Public Affairs is recruiting an adjunct professor to teach a new elective course within the Social Policy and Social Innovation policy stream.  This course will take place in the...

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Masterclass Culture around Les Indes Galantes © CD/EAP

A look back at the Culture Masterclass on the documentary film Indes Galantes

Article written by Fanny Berdah, Maria Crevatin, Joséphine Villeroy de Galhau, students of the Culture/Cultural Policy and Management policy stream of the School of Public Affairs.  On November...

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1 St Thomas d'Aquin © Caroline Maufroid / Sciences Po

Interview with Sylvie Chevret, co-creator of the Dual Master’s in Health and Public Policy

Sciences Po and the Université Paris Cité are offering a new Dual Master's programme in Health and Public Policy, which has started in September 2022. The programme aims to train those who, in the...

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Arancha González Laya and Philippe Martin

A Warm Welcome to the New Deans of PSIA and EAP

Article originally published on www.sciencespo.fr/en Paris, 18 February 2022 Mathias Vicherat, President of Sciences Po, has appointed Arancha González Laya as Dean of the Paris School of...

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Julie Wang © SAP

Julie Wang, Class of 2021

From the Master in Public Policy, Public Administration policy stream, to Sales Development Executive at SAP France

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  Throughout my studies, I was keen to build dual expertise in economics and public affairs. The Sciences Po - University College...

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Fanny Cornet © Godefroi Bellouard

Fanny Cornet, Class of 2019

From the Master in Public Policy, Security and Defence policy stream, to the position of Security and Anti-Fraud Manager for the Monoprix Group

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  I was lucky enough to have expatriate parents. When I was 9 years old, we left France to live in São Paulo, Brazil for three years,...

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New Paper! The challenge of a sustainable territorial inclusion in France

Paper by Madeleine Péron under the aegis of the European Chair for Sustainable Development and Climate Transition

The challenge of a sustainable territorial inclusion in France by Madeleine Péron was written under the aegis of the European Chair for Sustainable Development and Climate Transition at Sciences Po...

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Bruno Latour & Nikolaj Schultz ©Assouline (B. Latour) R.Yaghobzadeh (N. Schultz)

Watch Bruno Latour & Nikolaj Schultz conference

Conference on 10 February 2022 for the release of their book "Mémo sur la nouvelle classe écologique".

On 11 February 2022, Bruno Latour and Nikolaj Schultz presented their book "Mémo sur la nouvelle classe écologique" (Éditions La Découverte) as part of the Master en arts politiques - SPEAP (Master...

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Launch of the 4th edition of the Public Policy Incubator

On Monday, January 17th 2022, 121 M1 students from the School of Public Affairs returned to class for the launch of the fourth edition of the Public Policy Incubator -  an educational programme...

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Patrick Chamoiseau © Jean-Luc Bertini

“Meditations on Charles Baudelaire: What place(s) for literature in the museum”.

Review of the "Culture Masterclass" with Patrick Chamoiseau

A Culture Masterclass proposed by the School of Public Affairs, prepared and moderated by par Marie Badiane, Lena Cabrespines, Marie Diehl, César Desse, Gabrielle Dubreuil, Min Gao, Camille...

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Margaux Vincent © Fitch Ratings

Margaux Vincent, Class of 2017

From the Master in European Affairs to Analyst for the OECD on Public Finance and Decentralisation issues

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  I obtained a dual degree in Political Economy of Europe from Sciences Po and the London School of Economics, after a Bachelor's...

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Mallaury Labarre © Laurine Garrido

Mallaury Labarre, Class of 2019

From the Master in Public Policy, Security and Defence policy stream, to a position as a Project Manager of International Affairs and Industrial Security at the General Secretariat for Defence and National Security

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  After obtaining an economic and social science baccalaureate, I joined a literary preparatory course at the University of Poitiers in...

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Cyril Cassagnaud © Cyril Cassagnaud

Cyril Cassagnaud, Class of 2021

From the Master in Public Policy, Public Administration policy stream, to the INET school to become a senior manager in local authorities

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  The guiding principle of my career is to train myself to solve the environmental and social problems we are facing. This has led me...

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Sandrine Elmi Hersi © Cédric Fischer

Sandrine Elmi Hersi, Class of 2020

From the Master in Public Policy, Public Administration policy stream, to a position of European Affairs Officer and co-chair of the Sustainability Working Group at ARCEP

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  Throughout my career, I have gradually specialised in two areas in particular: Franco-European public affairs and digital regulation...

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Anne-Pauline de Cler © Anne-Sophie de Cler

"Writing a thesis definitely solidified my interest in academic research"

Testimony from Anne-Pauline de Cler, awarded by the French Evaluation Society for her thesis.

Each year, between 40 and 60 students choose to write a thesis as part of their fourth semester at the School of Public Affairs (EAP). They embark on a course of study that allows them to deepen...

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Wissem Saïle © Sciences Po

Wissem Saïle, Class of 2021

From the Master in Public Policy, Public Administration policy stream and an apprenticeship, to a position as a Spokesperson Officer for the French Ministry of the Interior

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  After a scientific baccalaureate, obtained in 2016, I joined the Faculty of Legal, Political and Social Sciences of the University of...

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(G) Peshawar, Pakistan, 1984 ©Steve McCurry (D) Steve McCurry ©Bruno Barbey

"We're only here for a flash": Steve McCurry on life and photography

A look back at the December 2021 "Masterclass Culture"

Article originally published on www.sciencespo.fr by the Sciences Po editorial team. The man who took the world-famous photograph of the green-eyed "Afghan Girl" in the 1980s has a lot to...

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Visit to the Nogent-sur-Seine nuclear power plant

Visit to a nuclear power plant for students of the Energy, Environment and Sustainability policy stream

In December 2021, the students of the "Economics and Regulation of Electricity Markets" module, accompanied by their teachers and the academic team of the Energy, Environment and Sustainability...

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Admitted students, Class of 2021 © Thomas Arrivé / Sciences Po

2021 National administrative competitions: Congratulations to our successful students!

Article originally published on www.sciencespo.fr by the Sciences Po editorial team. The latest results have just been published: with laureates representing all the national administrative...

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Richade Fahas © ActeursPublicsTV

Richade Fahas, Class of 2021

From the Master in Public Policy, Public Administration policy stream, to the co-founding of Public+ and the passing of the competitive examinations for ENA, the National School of Administration

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  After a literary baccalaureate in Castelnau-Le-Lez, near Montpellier, I studied at the Sciences Po Undergraduate College because I...

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Xavier Bendavid © Gérôme Glandon

Xavier Bendavid, Class of 2014

From the Master in public policy, general stream* to Senior Manager of CSR and Citizen Affairs at Disneyland Paris

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  I began studying at the Parisian campus of Sciences Po in September 2009, after a competitive entrance examination reserved for...

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Visuel média positif © MédiaPositif

Média Positif: An inspiring student initiative

Discover the project created by 2 students in the Master in Public Policy, Public Administration policy stream.

Article originally published on www.sciencespo.fr by the Sciences Po editorial team. An artificial heart created by a French company, the discovery of the gene responsible for treatment-resistant...

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Jad Gaouad  © Sciences Po

Jad Gaouad, Class of 2021

From The Master in Public Policy, Energy, Environment and Sustainability stream to an apprenticeship at the Corps of Engineers of Bridges, Water and Forests.

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  After my baccalaureate (obtained in 2012), I entered a scientific preparatory class at Lycee Lakanal in Sceaux. I then joined the...

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Grace Moore © Thomas Arrivé / Sciences Po

Grace Moore: Meet the newest recipient of the Michel David-Weill scholarship

Grace Moore is studying at the School of Public Affairs in the Energy, Environment and Sustainability stream

Article initially published on www.sciencespo.fr by Sciences Po's editorial team.  An unprecedented occurrence: Cambridge’ prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)—globally...

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Ousmane Doumbouya ©Youtube

Remembering who we are doing policy for: The story of refugee Ousmane Doumbouya

EAP students had the opportunity to discuss with Ousmane Doumbouya as part of the course on Migration and integration policies

During one of the classes of the course Migration and integration policies (Fall 2021) taught by Anna Piccinni, EAP students were offered the opportunity to meet with Oumsane Doumbouya, a 29 years...

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All you need to know about the School of Public Affairs

Thinking of applying to the School of Public Affairs?

On Tuesday 9 November 2021, four students from the School of Public Affairs, Jeannie Cottle, Academic Advisor of the School of Public Affairs and Eleonora Russo, Assistant Director of the School of...

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Call for papers on Digital Constitutionalism from the Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Chair

Proposals due by November 30

Who are we?  The Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Chair is an interdepartmental centre within Sciences Po’s School of Public Affairs, which brings together researchers from  across the...

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Dual degree with the London School of Economics is now open to international students

Since the Fall 2022 intake, the dual degree welcomes students from all around the world, starting the first year of the programme

Until 2021, only Sciences Po and LSE students enrolled in the first year of the Master's programme could apply for the Public Policy and Public Administration dual Master's programme. The admission...

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Franck Gbaguidi, Class of 2018

Advisor to the Managing Director at IFC - World Bank Group, graduated from the Master in Public Policy, Energy, Environment and Sustainability policy stream

You were the Graduate of Honor of the School of Public Affairs in 2018. Can you describe your academic and professional background?  My university journey was eventful and marked by a series of...

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The School of Public Affairs launches the new edition of the Public Policy Incubator!

The 4th edition of the Public Policy Incubator of the School of Public Affairs at Sciences Po is launching a new call for challenges open to external partners from the public, private or voluntary...

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Nicolas Vogtenberger, Class of 2018

Advisor to the President at Publicis Media, graduated from the Master in Public Policy, Public Administration policy stream

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND? After the baccalaureate I chose to do a scientific preparatory class in Strasbourg, and I went on to an engineering school in Grenoble....

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Camille Frasca, class of 2017

Director of Museums for the City of Villefranche-sur-Mer, graduated from the Master in Public Policy, Culture policy stream, Dual Degree with the Ecole du Louvre, in apprenticeship at the Picasso Museum

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  After two years of preparatory classes in classical literature and a degree in comparative modern literature in English and Spanish...

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Thomas Monarchi-Comte, class of 2018

Public affairs manager at Ulterïa, graduated from the Master in Public Policy, Public administration policy stream

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND? I entered Sciences Po after my Baccalauréat in economics. First, I studied for 2 years at the Dijon campus, in order to give an...

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Sophie Caillaud, class of 2018

Consultant at YCE Partners, graduated from the Master in Public Policy, Public administration policy stream

Can you describe your academic and professional background? After two years at the Franco-German campus of Sciences Po in Nancy, in a double degree program with the Faculty of Law of the University...

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Julien Rouvreau

Julien Rouvreau, class of 2018

Consultant at YCE Partners, graduated from the Master in European Affairs, dual degree with the London School of Economics

Can you describe your academic and professional background? First of all, I did a Bachelor of Literature at the University of Poitiers - a multidisciplinary program rich in social sciences,...

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Océane Evrard, class of 2018

Associate consultant at Nordmann, graduated from the Master in Public Policy, dual degree with HEC

Can you describe your academic and professional background?  I began my studies at Sciences Po, during which I did my third year abroad in Philadelphia. When I returned from the United States, I...

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Raphaelle Sananes, class of 2018

Foreign affairs advisor at the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, graduated from the Master in Public Policy, Public Administration policy stream

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL background? To be completely honest, it started with a failure in the Sciences Po entrance exams after the baccalaureate, with two catastrophic marks...

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Jean-Baptiste Baudat, class of 2018

Magistrate at the Administrative Court of Paris, graduated from the Master in Public Policy, Public Administration stream

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND? Originally from Romorantin-Lanthenay, in the Sologne region, (where I grew up and obtained my scientific baccalaureate), I was mechanically...

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Madeleine Osorovitz, class of 2018

Secretary of Foreign Affairs at the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, graduated from the Master in Public Policy, Cultural Policy & Management stream

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  I entered Sciences Po after completing my baccalaureate, and I also studied literature at the Sorbonne. In my third year, I had the...

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Laure Manach, class of 2020

Consultant at YCE partners, graduated from the Master in Public Policy, Public administration policy stream

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND? After a scientific baccalaureate, I started my studies with a double degree between Sciences Po and the Pierre et Marie Curie University,...

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Success for the 3rd edition of the Public Policy Incubator!

On May 18, 2021, the 154 students from Sciences Po's School of Public Affairs who participated in the third edition of the Public Policy Incubator presented the solutions they had devised to respond...

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Discover the Talent Prep Classes in Reims, Paris and Poitiers

The School of Public Affairs has been selected to prepare candidates

PUBLIC SERVICE ENTRANCE EXAMS: THREE PREPARATORY CLASSES TO BREAK THE GLASS CEILING Article originally published on the Sciences Po institutional website by the editorial team Because it is necessary...

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Spring 2021: launch of a committee to reflect on the skills and jobs of tomorrow

A new project supported by four Sciences Po departments

Digital revolution, ecological transition, health security, social justice... These are all challenges that students will have to face in the coming years and for which they must be prepared....

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Aleth Vennin, class of 2020

Consultant at YCE partners, graduated from the Master in Public Policy, Social Policy and Social Innovation policy stream

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND? After a year of preparatory B/L (Humanities and Social Sciences), I joined the Cycle Pluridisciplinaire d'Études Supérieures of PSL...

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Being a dual degree student

The experience of the double Master's degree with the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore

Each year since 2018, a handful of students are selected to be part of the dual Master's programme with the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy of the National University of Singapore. The...

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Agathe Madeline, class of 2019

Monetary policy portforlio manager, in the context of the launch of the Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme of the European Central Bank, graduated from the Master in Public Policy, markets and regulation stream

Can you describe your academic and professional background? I started Sciences Po in 2013. After two years at the Menton campus specializing in the Middle East and the Mediterranean area, I took off...

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Alexandre Fongaro, class of 2017

Institutional Affairs Officer of the Kering Group, graduated from the Master in Public Policy in apprenticeship, Administration publique policy stream

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND? After obtaining my baccalaureate in Agen, Lot-et-Garonne, I took part in a one-year cultural and linguistic exchange programme in Brazil. I...

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Pierre Benassaya, class of 2019

President of the NGO Graines Populaires, graduated from the Master in Public Policy in apprenticeship, Public Administration policy stream

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  In 2014, after obtaining a scientific baccalaureate, I decided to take the Sciences Po entrance exam. I still remember the pressure...

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Lucile Collin, class of 2019

Communication Officer to the European Commission's Financial Services, graduated from the Master in European Affairs, Markets and regulation policy stream

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND?  After a Baccalauréat in Economics and Social Sciences, I moved to London to do a Bachelor's degree in European Social and Political...

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Clara Langlois-Gey, class of 2019

Consultant at GovHe, graduated from the Master in Public Policy in apprenticeship, Santé policy stream (Health)

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND? I spent two beautiful years on the university campus of Poitiers as part of the Bachelor's degree, discovering the history, culture and...

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Niklas Luksch, class of 2018

Donor Relations and Resource Mobilization coordinator at IOM Germany, graduated from the Master in European Affairs, Dual degree with Fudan University

Can you describe your academic and professional background? I have always been passionate about politics. After graduating from high school in Germany, I sought to explore the subject in more depth....

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An article by EAP students published in the Lancet!

Read the article "The ultra-connected generation would like to disconnect now"

The global pandemic has had a huge impact on their lives and their studies. However, the students of Sciences Po’s public policy of global health masters are already looking ahead. They were granted...

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Sciences Po students win the GPPN Conference as Best Project

Making Worlds Meet: The Global Youth Citizenship Project

  Five students from the School of Public Affairs tied for Best Project at the 2021 Annual Conference of the Global Public Policy Network virtually held from the University of Tokyo. The School...

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What does COVID-19 do to society?

Looking back at the First Policy Seminar of the School of Public Affairs

By Ebenezer Makinde, Natascha Schoepl, Sonia Yazidi  A year on from the COVID-19 Crisis, the students of the School of Public Affairs reflect on the effect of the COVID crisis on French society...

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Professional support at the School of Public Affairs, a unique and exceptional programme

Since the start, the School of Public Affairs has set up a system dedicated to ensuring and promoting the integration of the students into the job market, with the aim to support them in the...

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What is the SDG Certificate?

Presentation of the certificate at a glance

Created in 2017, the SDG Certificate is an international program offering an innovative training allowing students to understand the framework and objectives of the United Nations Sustainable...

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Promoting professional equality within the Banque de France

Clémentine tells about her experience as an apprentice in a gender diversity network

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...

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Great year for the School of Public Affairs' Competitive Exam Preparation!

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...

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Tony Brando, Class of 2019

Technical advisor and parliamentary collaborator, graduated from the Master in Public Policy, Public Administration stream, in apprenticeship

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...

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International Organisation Career Fair (online)

February 15, 17 & 19, 2021

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...

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Exploring the “French-German motor” at Sciences Po and Freie Universität Berlin

Looking back at the January 2021 joint seminar

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...

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Looking back at the 2021 SDG Certificate Leadership seminar 2/2

Testimony from a group of students working on Education in rural Colombia during COVID-19

This year's SDG cohort began their program with the SDG Leadership Seminar, which took place from 19-22 January 2021. Student teams joined from all over the world, coming from the Sciences Po School...

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Looking back at the 2021 SDG Certificate Leadership seminar 1/2

Testimony from a group of students working on African migrant integration in China

This year's SDG cohort began their program with the SDG Leadership Seminar, which took place from 19-22 January 2021. Student teams joined from all over the world, coming from the Sciences Po School...

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Public Administration: A historic and a cutting-edge discipline

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...

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Students launch their start up following their participation in the public policy incubator

YOU ARE JUST LAUNCHING YOUR START'UP, PUBLIC +, HOW DID YOUR PROJECT COME ABOUT AND COULD YOU TELL US IN A FEW WORDS WHAT IT IS ABOUT? Our project was born from a challenge launched by the...

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Looking back at the Masterclass with Aloïse Sauvage

Last October, we welcomed Aloïse Sauvage in the framework of the Masterclasses of the Culture/Cultural Policy & Management stream. The students of this stream as well as other School of Public...

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Gesine Weber, class of 2019

Program assistant at the German Marshall Fund of the United States, graduated from the dual degree Sciences Po Master European Affairs, Europe in the World / Freie Universität (Berlin)

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND? I have always been passionate about international politics and Europe. After three months in China following my high school graduation, a...

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Tips for succeeding in european competitive exams

How to start a career in the EU: the EPSO admission procedure

“Has working for the European institutions always been your dream? Are you interested in discovering more about how the EU officials are selected, which profiles are more requested and what it means...

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Dual Degree GPPN Project made it to the semi-finals of the Geneva Challenge!

A group of Canadian dual-degree students at Sciences Po’s School of Public Affairs and the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy placed in the semi-finals of the...

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Louis Holt, class of 2020

Graduated from the Master in Public Affairs (one-year Master)

Can you describe your academic and professional background before the Master in Public Affairs (MPA)?  I spent five years working for the British Government on various different strands of...

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Alice Voirand, class of 2020

Recently graduated from the Master in Public Policy, policy stream Sécurité et Défense. Her commitment to women's health

A recent graduate of the Master in Public Policy at the School of Public Affairs, Alice Voirand has just earned the Advanced Certification in Gender Studies, which attests to her multidisciplinary...

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Salomé Berlioux, class of 2014

Founder of Chemins d'avenir, graduated from the Master in Public Policy (formerly Public Affairs)

A native of the Allier region (centre of France), Salomé Berlioux fought a long battle against self-censorship before graduating from the School of Public Affairs at Sciences Po. In 2016, she began...

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Online Career Fair

Online Career Fair

From 14 to 16 October 2020

Every year, the Sciences Po Career Fair gathers recruiters, students and graduates, in a unique opportunity to meet and explore job and internship opportunities. Because of the unprecedented sanitary...

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Good Economics for Harder Times

Follow up on Esther Duflo's inaugural lecture

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Meet Zina Akrout, laureate of the 2020 Max Lazard award

Zina Akrout is a graduate student in the Master’s of Public Policy at the School of Public Affairs and has been awarded the Max Lazard Prize to carry out her project “Berbers of Tunisia”....

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Discover the School of Public Affairs' Public Policy Incubator

Discover the School of Public Affairs' Public Policy Incubator

Offered to all students of the School of Public Affairs during their second semester, the Public Policy Incubator is one of the flagship educational programmes of the Policy Lab. This course is...

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Sciences Po has been a long and impactful journey

EAP student tells us about her master's thesis

Estela is a Master’s student in Public Policy at the School of Public Affairs. During her last semester, she chose to write a Master’s Thesis on how gender affects the behaviour of Federal deputies...

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Benoît Morgat, graduate of 2019

From the Master in Public Policy to Unibail-Rodamco

Benoît Mortgat, a 2019 graduate of the Master in Public Policy, tells us about his career path. Can you describe your academic and professional background? After a French high school diploma and a...

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Portrait of Nathan Cazeneuve

Student of the Master in Public Policy, Administration publique policy stream

Nathan Cazeneuve, student of the Master in Public Policy, Administration publique policy stream at the School of Public Affairs (EAP), tells us about his journey before and during his studies at...

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Laurent Rieder de Saint-Joseph, class of 2014

Flagship Store Manager at Bulgari, graduated from the Master in Public Policy, in apprenticeship

Discover the path of Laurent Rieder de Saint-Joseph. Since obtaining his Master in Public policy, Laurent successfully secured management positions at Christian Dior and Richard Mille between Paris...

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Laura Macias, MPA graduate

Testimony from a MPA graduate

Laura Macias, MPA class of 2019

Can you describe your academic and professional background before the Master of Public Affairs (MPA)?  I studied Communications at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogota, Colombia, and I am...

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Marie Gervier, class of 2018

Communication and Event Manager at the United Nations, graduated from the Master in Public Policy, Cultural Policy and Management policy stream

Marie Gervier graduated from the Master in Public Policy at the School of Public Affairs, Cultural Policy and Management policy stream. She is currently working as as a Communication and Event...

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Katharina Poirier, class of 2019

Associate at PWC, graduated from the Master in European Affairs, Energy, Environment and Sustainability policy stream

What paths do our graduates take after the School of Public Affairs? Discover Katharina Poirier's testimony. She was a student of the Master of European affairs, Energy policy stream.  Can you...

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Alice Etienne, class of 2015

Environmental project at ADP Group, graduated from the Master in Public Policy, Energy policy stream

Within the ADP Group, Alice Etienne, a graduate of the School of Public Affairs, Policy stream Energy in 2015, defines and leads the Group's environmental strategy on the subjects of waste management...

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International Organisations Career Fair

Great success for the first edition

The 1st Forum of International Organizations of Sciences Po was held on Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 13, rue de l'Université. Around thirty representatives from 14 international organisations...

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EAP student wins Erignac Award

Naelle Verniest won over the jury with her project

On February 6, Naelle Verniest received the Claude Erignac Prize, rewarding her project fighting against the digital exclusion of elderly people and improving their access to public services in the...

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EAP students' work published in the famous scientific journal The Lancet

As part of an end-of-semester project, students of the Master in Public Policy and the Master in European Affairs were asked to work on the implementation of public policies in 4 countries to resolve...

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Portrait of a student enrolled in the Master in Public Policy

Camille de Bellescize, student at the School of Public Affairs, in the Master in Public Policy, Administration publique policy stream, tells us about her journey before and during her studies at...

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European Forum of Internships in Brussels

February 28, 2020

Organised in partnership with the London School of Economics and the College of Europe, the European Forum of Internships in Brussels aims to inform Sciences Po's students and young graduates about...

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Top Schools launch European & Transnational Governance Network

Professionals can combine executive training opportunities at eight of Europe’s most reputable academic institutions  Launching its new executive training course catalogue today, the European...

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International admissions are now open

International admissions for the 2020 intake are now open! Master's Programmes: International graduate admissions Graduate Dual Degree: Admission procedure One-Year Master's programme: admission...

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Students from the School of Public Affairs present their work at the Social Outcomes Conference in Oxford

Sciences Po’s Master in Public Policy candidate Estela Souto and Master in Public Affairs graduate André Quadra were invited as guest speakers at the Social Outcomes Conference 2019 hosted by...

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Charlotte Norlund Matthiessen, class of 2012

Parliamentary Assistant at the European Parliament in Brussels, graduated from the Master in European Affairs

Charlotte Nørlund-Matthiessen did her undergraduate studies on the Dijon campus, which hosts the European specialisation programme with a focus on Central and Eastern Europe, before...

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Laurent Rieder de Saint-Joseph, from a Master in Public Policy to Retail and Brand Management

Discover the path of Laurent Rieder de Saint-Joseph. Since obtaining his Master in Public policy, Laurent successfully secured management positions at Christian Dior and Richard Mille between Paris...

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"Working in International Organisations", view the full conference

The School of Public Affairs and The Paris School of International Affairs were pleasead to receive: Marco PASQUALINI, Prevention of Violent Extremism Through Education-UNESCO, Junior...

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Pasts and futures of the Left. Learning from history, rethinking progressivism

For the first time this semester, the School of Public Affairs offered the course “Pasts and futures of the Left. Learning from history, rethinking progressivism” taught by Ed Miliband, Member...

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Sciences Po and the IPLI Foundation co-organise a merit-based competition open to our Master in European Affairs students

Sciences Po and the IPLI Foundation, which supports research projects dedicated to public policy in Europe, have joined forces to co-organise a merit-based competition open to students of the School...

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Enhancing Policy making in the Western Balkans

A School of Public affairs programme for young civil servants

For the third year, Sciences Po School of Public Affairs hosts from the 3rd to the 14th of December, 2018, a delegation of 30 young civil servants from six countries of the Western Balkans: Albania,...

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The Euro-Atlantic solidarity against terrorism

Precious Insight into a Pressing Issue

On Thursday, November 8, the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs welcomed Bernard Cazeneuve, former Minister of the Interior and former Prime Minister of France, and Jeh Johnson, former United...

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The second edition of the Sciences Po Review of Public Affairs is online!

The School of Public Affairs is pleased to announce the release of the second edition of the Sciences Po Review of Public Affairs.  No fewer than 28 authors from the School of Public Affairs,...

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Claude Erignac Prize 2019 : Call for submissions

As a tribute to the memory and to uphold the values of the Prefect Claude Érignac, assassinated in February 1998, the Claude Érignac association organises each year, in partnership with Sciences...

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Get involved with the third edition of the simulation "Richelieu 3.0 - maritime strategy"

September, 19th 2018

Resembling more than 50 students and three institutions - Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, HEC, Mines ParisTech – this year’s challenge was to create a "Station M", a fictional incubator in...

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Student and parent: combining the two

Camille Viros, mother of three daughters, graduated in June 2018 with her Master’s degree from the School of Public Affairs

Sciences Po is proud to be one of ten academic institutions selected by UN Women, the United Nations entity for gender equality and the empowerment of women, to act as a “HeforShe Champion”. As part...

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A new semester focused on supporting the professional goals of our second year Master's students!

With the ambition to boost and support our M2 students in developing their career plans, the School of Public Affairs has set up in 2017 a community of careers advisors: public and private figures,...

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Social and Urban Innovation in Paris: Discover our Summer School The Biopolis

For the 3rd year in a row, Harvard, CRI and the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs will bring together 50 students to participate in the Summer School "The Biopolis", with the goal of rethinking...

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CORE: A different way to study economics

A new manual to better understand the world we live in

In recent years, students and teachers alike have come to realize that there is an insufficient culture and knowledge of economics in our society. The study of economics and the reality of...

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SIPA hosts SDG Accelerator Workshop

May 2018

In 2017 the Global Public Policy Network  created the first academic program to train emerging leaders to create solutions for the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals : The...

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Sustainable Development Goals Certificate: a Global Joint Programme

Last week, the first cohort of students of the Sustainable Development Goals Professional Certificate programme met together for the first time to take part in the SDGs Leadership Seminar, organised...

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Discover the first edition of the Sciences Po Review of Public Affairs!

The School of Public Affairs has the great pleasure to announce the release of the first edition of the Sciences Po Review of Public Affairs! The review is conceived as a multidisciplinary and...

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Support the future of the collaborative economy

New partnership between Airbnb and Sciences Po

Airbnb and Sciences Po have today announced that Airbnb has joined Sciences Po Technology, Governance and Institutional Innovation Chair (TGII). Placed at the heart of Sciences Po School of Public...

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Support Datagora - a Start-up made in Sciences Po

The School of Public Affairs is proud to introduce you to Datagora, a Start-up made in Sciences Po, which was born out of our Policy Lab and is today incubated at Sciences Po. The Datagora...

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MAKE IT WORK

Universities and youth united for the Sustainable Development Agenda

Two years after the COP21, four leading public policy schools, Columbia SIPA, Hertie School of Governance Berlin, LKY School of Public Policy Singapore and Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, ...

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The School of Public Affairs Association is back!

The School of Public Affairs is proud to present the new office of the Association of Public Affairs School (AEAP) composed of almost twenty-five students from the different policy streams of the...

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New international program: the SDG Professional Certificate

The Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, as a member of the Global Public Policy Network (GPPN), is proud to announce the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Professional Certificate. The SDG...

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Nobel Prize Laureate Muhammad Yunus at Sciences Po

Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus at Sciences Po

In October, Nobel laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus came to Sciences Po for an hour-long discussion with students at the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs. In the video, Muhammad Yunus reflects on...

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Understanding New Data Challenges

The Data Revolution” Conference - September, 11th 2017

The Sciences Po School of Public Affairs is pleased to invite you to a conference on the data revolution on Monday, September 11 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm in Chapsal amphitheater - 27 rue Saint-...

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Facebook teams up with School of Public Affairs for a "Design Jam" at Sciences Po

Students of the School of Public Affairs, as part of the Public Policy Incubator, participated in a "Design Jam" workshop on May 19, 2017, organized by Facebook. This is the first time that...

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Welcome to the students of the Harvard Summer School Program

Sciences Po School of Public Affairs in partnership with the CRI - Center for Research & Interdisciplinarity and Harvard University launch, for the second year, their collaborative summer program...

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Welcome to the students of the Harvard Summer School Program

Sciences Po School of Public Affairs in partnership with the CRI - Center for Research & Interdisciplinarity and Harvard University launch, for the second year, their collaborative summer program...

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A new MBA/MPA Dual Degree between HEC Paris and the School of Public Affairs

This new degree builds on the longstanding cooperation between Sciences Po and HEC which created, in 2008, a dual degree in corporate and public management for students in initial training. The MBA-...

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A new MBA/MPA Dual Degree between HEC Paris and the School of Public Affairs

This new degree builds on the longstanding cooperation between Sciences Po and HEC which created, in 2008, a dual degree in corporate and public management for students in initial training. The MBA-...

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Congratulations to Dr Tedros, newly elected Director-General of the World Health Organization

Docteur Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has been elected on Tuesday, May 23rd 2017 as WHO Director General, thus becoming the first representative of the African continent elected to this position....

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European Youth Debate 2017: Let’s Rebuild Europe

On the 20th April 2017, over 80 students from across Europe united in Milan to participate, discuss and debate on the future of Europe. The three day conference, which took place in Palazzo Clerici...

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A new Dual Master's Degree with the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore

Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP) at the National University of Singapore and Sciences Po School of Public Affairs are launching a two-year double degree programme between their...

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UBC-Sciences Po Resilient Cities Policy Challenge

The Policy Studio at UBC’s Liu Institute for Global Issues in cooperation with the Policy Lab at the Sciences Po School for Public Affairs recently hosted graduate students during a five day...

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"Management skills are crucial for anyone interested in public policymaking"

Paul Laurent is a student enrolled in a dual Master’s degree offered by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs and Bocconi University. He is currently completing his year at Bocconi...

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Public Affairs Revisited

Discover the Experimental Programme in Political Arts

The Experimental Programme in Political Arts, a one-year Master’s programme created in 2010 by French philosopher Bruno Latour, is positioned at the crossroads of the social sciences, politics,...

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China's Peacekeeping Operations : motivations patterns and outcomes

April 5th, 2017 - 2:45 PM - Caquot Auditorium

As a part of RCE (Rencontres européennes de Sciences Po / Sciences Po European Meetings) A conference by Fanglu Sun, Assistant Professor, School of International Relations & Public...

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A new dual master's degree with the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto

The Sciences Po School of Public Affairs and the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto are launching a dual degree program between their respective Master in Public Policy (MPP)...

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Simulation: Challenges of a French maritime strategy for 2030

The School of Public Affairs, HEC and Forccast

On November 29 and 30, 2016, the School of Public Affairs, HEC and FORCCAST organized the first “Richelieu 3.0” simulation at Sciences Po on the challenges of a French maritime strategy for 2030....

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Yale University senior Zachary M. Young awarded the 2017 Michel David-Weill Scholarship

Yale University senior Zachary M. Young has been awarded the 2017 Michel David-Weill Scholarship to pursue a two-year Master’s in Public Policy degree at the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs in...

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Our Master in European Affairs students in Brussels

During second semester, students leave for a study trip to Brussels and Luxembourg, in continuity with the workshop "Métiers de l'Europe", but in situ. In fact, students meet the main actors of...

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Airbnb: shaping the future of travel together with cities?

Keynote speech by Christopher Lehane

As part of the "Leadership and Management" course coordinated by Jacques le Pape, the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs is pleased to invite you to the keynote speech Airbnb: shaping the future of...

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A new dual degree in public policy and management with Bocconi University

On 22 February, Sciences Po and Bocconi University announced the launch of a unique dual Master’s degree programme in Public Policy and Management. Double the academic expertise The programme...

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32 Innovative projects to meet the UN sustainable development goals

Discover the solutions and prototypes presented by students at the GPPN Conference

The 2017 Annual GPPN Conference, organised by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, took place on 17-18 February at Sciences Po in Paris.  The annual conference brought together 130 students...

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World Health Organization Director-General candidates present their vision

On 10 February 2017, the three candidates selected by the World Health Organization Executive Board for the position of Director-General were at Sciences Po to discuss the major challenges facing...

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The GPPN Annual Conference in Paris

February 17 & 18, 2017

Sciences Po School of Public Affairs is pleased to invite you to the Global Public Policy Network Annual Conference in Paris on February 17th and 18th, 2017 WHAT IS THE GPPN? Founded in...

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Sciences po School of Public Affairs Launches the First Public Policy Incubator

The Sciences Po School of Public Affairs is launching a public policy incubator to train students in developing innovative and robust public policy solutions. Prioritising citizen experience and the...

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Preparation for European civil service exams: presentation session

Friday, January 13th 2017

A meeting to present the CPCE (Preparation center for European civil service examinations) will be held on Friday, January 13th 2017, from 7:15 to 9:15 PM Amphithéâtre Jacques Chapsal, 27 rue Saint-...

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What do you expect from this year of study at Sciences Po?

Interview of Jaime Hernandez

After ten years in Colombian politics, Jaime Hernandez decided that it was time to step back and take a break in order to design a rigorous and feasible political policy for his country. In September...

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

Sciences Po School of Public Affairs wishes you happy holidays season and a wonderful new year!

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Congratulations to the IPLI scholars

On the 28 November 2016, Sciences Po's School of Public Affairs, in cooperation with the IPLI Foundation, were pleased to award IPLI Foundation scholarships to two students, Lucille Collin (Master in...

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Challenges of a French maritime strategy by 2030

On November 29-30, 2016, the School of Public Affairs, HEC and FORCCAST organized for the first time the simulation" Richelieu 3.0 "at Sciences Po, on the challenges of a French maritime strategy by...

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Visit to the University Hospital of Pitié Salpêtrière

On Tuesday, 22 November, AEAP and the School of Public Affairs organized a visit to the University Hospital of Pitié Salpêtrière. Located in the heart of the 13th district, this emblematic hospital...

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Visit to the University Hospital of Pitié Salpêtrière

On Tuesday, 22 November, AEAP and the School of Public Affairs organized a visit to the University Hospital of Pitié Salpêtrière. Located in the heart of the 13th district, this emblematic hospital...

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Visit to the University Hospital of Pitié Salpêtrière

On Tuesday, 22 November, AEAP and the School of Public Affairs organized a visit to the University Hospital of Pitié Salpêtrière. Located in the heart of the 13th district, this emblematic hospital...

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"Orsay en fête": 30th anniversary weekend, December, 2nd, 3rd and 4th

In partnership with the School of Public Affairs

After the success of the first Musée d’Orsay festival : “Orsay en fête”, the Musée d’Orsay and The School of Public Affairs are joining forces to offer to the public a mediation during this...

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30 students will take part to the Open Government Partnership Global Summit

As co-chair of the Partnership for an Open Government, France will host the World Summit on December 2,3 and 4, in Paris. 3000 representatives from more than 80 countries are expected to attend the...

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Discover the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs

“The school’s educational approach aims to shape professionals who are able to tackle the biggest challenges facing humanity with innovative solutions and to make informed, honest and ethical...

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How can solutions be found to global public policy challenges?

The deans of the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin and of the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs responded to this question with one voice. Schools of public policy and public policy students...

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Why choose Paris for you Master's degree?

Khasan Redjaboev is from Uzbekistan and a graduate of the dual degree programme between Sciences Po and the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, NUS. Prior to obtaining his Master of Public Affairs...

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Reflecting on China

October 5th 2016, 15.00 to 16.30 pm

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Welcome to the Class of 2018

Inaugural lesson by Olivier Blanchard, former IMF Chief Economist

The Sciences Po School of Public Affairs is proud to welcome the class of 2018! In the year following the launch of the School in the fall of 2015, our academic offer has been enriched and new...

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Student Profile

"I didn't want to engage in a predetermined path"

A German student at the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs in the Master in Public Policy, Lisa Lauton talks about why she decided to come to Sciences Po and what she would like to do after...

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Ariane, Master in European Affairs, Double Degree with LSE

Double degree with LSE

Student testimony

Ariane Forgues, M2 student of the Dual Degree Sciences Po / LSE, shares with us her experience at the Master European Affairs (MAE) Ariane Forgues: “My name is Ariane, and I am now studying European...

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Pedagogical innovation

Pecha Kucha presentations and the Master of European Affairs

This academic year 2015/2016, in the Master European Affairs, during one course, Sociology of free movement, Professor Ettore Recchi has experimented the validation of the final grade through a...

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Excellents résultats pour l'année 2015

Préparation aux concours européens

Le Centre de Préparation aux Concours Européens (CPCE) affiche d'excellents résultats pour l'année 2015 : 6 lauréats pour le concours principal, Administrateur de niveau AD5, ce qui place ses...

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Colin Hay, Professor of Political Science at Sciences Po

A unique approach to public policy

Colin Hay, Professor of Political Science at Sciences Po

Colin Hay, Professor of Political Science at Sciences Po and Affiliate Professor of Political Analysis at the University of Sheffield and joint editor-in-chief of the journal Comparative European...

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Arsh Haque

"There's a freedom here that I didn't have back home"

An American student at the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs in the Master in Public Policy, Arsh Haque talks about his motivations for studying in France, his early days in Paris and everyday...

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COP21 - What's Next?

A discussion of the next steps for climate action - April 19th

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China and ASEAN

Organized by: Master affaires européennes, Dual Degree Europe and Asia in Global Affairs, Sciences Po - Fudan University Date: 14th April 2016, from 5.00 to 6.30 pmVenue: Sciences Po, Room C923, 9...

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"More growth and welfare ultimately come from deeper integration"

Italian Minister of Economy and Finance Pier Carlo Padoan

On 29 March 2016 at Sciences Po, Italian Minister of Economy and Finance Pier Carlo Padoan gave a lecture entitled “Towards a European Strategy for Growth, Jobs and Stability”. He suggested setting...

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All You Ever Wanted to Know About the Oscars (But Were Afraid to Ask)

Screening of the film Mustang with the Director Deniz Gamze Ergüven - April 1st

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Extent of Silk Route/Silk Road, Public Domain

The New Silk Road

Rencontres Europe - Chine, 31 mars 2016

Organized by: Master affaires européennes, Dual Degree Europe and Asia in Global Affairs, Sciences Po - Fudan University Date: 31st March 2016, from 5.00 to 6.30 pmVenue: Sciences Po, Room A26, 27...

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Contemporary challenges within the EU

Frans Timmermans, First Vice-President of the European Commission

Frans Timmermans, First Vice-President of the European Commission, joined students of the School of Public Affairs at Sciences Po on February 25th. The conference, introduced by Yann Algan, dean of...

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Study Trip to Singapore

Seven students of the School of Public Affairs have just returned from Singapore as part of a study trip at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore. The study...

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Lobbying in EU Foreign Policy-making

Rencontres Européennes, le 9 mars 2016

Organized by: Master affaires européennes, Direction des affaires internationales & Centre d’études européennes.. Date: 9th March 2016, from 3.00 to 4.30 pmVenue: Sciences Po, Room Érignac, 13...

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Tribute to Maurice Fraser

Former Head of the European Institute

The Master European Affairs wishes to share with the London School of Economics (LSE) its deepest sadness for the death of Professor Maurice Fraser, former head of the LSE European Institute....

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What I liked most about my education at Sciences Po?

Andrea Klaric, a Master of European Affairs alumna

Andrea Klaric graduated with a Master’s in European Affairs in 2013, but she is still nostalgic about the halls of the Sciences Po campus in Paris, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume. An education grounded in...

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A Balkan Roadtrip: A story of Stereotype

Rencontres Européennes, le 24 février 2016

A new Reflecting on Europe at Sciences Po (RESP), with Sanja Beronja, in charge of international admissions in Sciences Po Admissions. Date: 24th February 2016, from 3.00 to 4.30 pmVenue: Sciences Po...

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International dual degree programmes

The School of Public Affairs has developed dual degree programmes with several renowned universities throughout the world. These programmes enable students selected by both institutions to complete...

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"China in International Order: From a Rule-taker to a Rule-shaper"

Exceptional conference of Professor Chen Zhimin

Professor Chen Zhimin will give a conference on Friday 22nd January 2016 at 11.00 am on the following topic : "China in International Order: From a Rule-taker to a Rule-shaper" Moderator: Professor...

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Rebuilding Europe : solving the "Greek" crisis

Rebuilding Europe : solving the "Greek" crisis

An innovative course

Rebuilding Europe is an innovative course, result of a cross-campus partnership between Sciences Po, University of Gothenburg and Charles University in Prague. For a semester, students, accompanied...

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COP21 Make It Work

An innovative pedagogical project

In May 2015, some 200 students from 143 universities across the world took part in an ambitious experiment to role-play and reinvent a life-size COP, addressing climate change as part of the Make It...

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Thomas Piketty at Sciences Po on November 25th

"We need a progressive carbon tax"

Thomas Piketty gave a lecture on “Inequalities, Capital and Carbon in the 21st Century”

On November 25th, Thomas Piketty was invited by the School of Public Affairs to discuss the relationship between inequality, capital and carbon in the 21st century. Ahead of the COP21, the star...

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Want to boost your career?

Enrol in our one-year Master’s programme for young professionals

Sciences Po's one-year Master's programmes are designed for young professionals who want to take their career to the next level. They are taught in English by distinguished academics and world...

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A Master in apprenticeship

Thomas, apprentice at EDF

Thomas, shares with us his experience at the Master in European Affairs in apprenticeship. Thomas: "I am Thomas. I just completed my master’s degree in European Affairs at Sciences Po. While I...

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The European Court of Justice in comparative context

Rencontres Européennes, le 26 novembre 2015

Organized by : Master affaires européennes, MAXPO, Direction des affaires internationales & Centre d'études européennes . Date: November 26th 2015, 12.30 pm to 2.30 pmVenue: Sciences Po, Room...

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Sergei Guriev

Sergei Guriev to begin work as EBRD Chief Economist

Sergei Guriev, professor of Economy at Sciences Po and Scientific Director of the new Master in Public Affairs, will begin work as Chief Economist in 2016 at the European Bank for Reconstruction and...

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Manuel Valls, Prime Minister of France

Reform: How and Why?

Prime Minister Manuel Valls made his first visit to Sciences Po on November 3rd to discuss with students of the School of Public Affairs. After having portrayed France as a nation “shaken in its...

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Why did I choose the master in european affairs?

Lorenzo Minio Paluello M2 student, shares with us his experience at the Master European Affairs (MAE) Lorenzo Minio Paluello:  “My name is Lorenzo Minio Paluello and I am a franco-italian...

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Herman Van Rompuy, enseigne à Sciences Po

Herman Van Rompuy teaches at Sciences Po

Former President of the European Council (2010-2014), is giving six master classes in the Fall 2015 for students from the Master of European Affairs and the School of International Affairs. In an...

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Stanley Hoffmann

Tribute to Stanley Hoffmann

the most French of American political scientists

Stanley Hoffmann, the most French of American political scientists, died last weekend aged 86. He was at his home in the US, the land that welcomed him in 1951 as a visiting graduate student from...

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The inaugural class of the School of Public Affairs

A school for those committed to the common good

The School of Public Affairs intends to provide Europe’s most original response to a threefold change in public affairs. This transformation includes new, more complex challenges - from new...

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Pascal Lamy addresses the inaugural class

Pascal Lamy addresses inaugural class

The new School of Public Affairs welcomed its inaugural class of students on August 31st. Guest speaker Pascal Lamy, the former General-Director of the World Trade Organization and a Sciences Po...

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School of Public Affairs welcomes first cohort

School of Public Affairs welcomes first cohort

The School of Public Affairs welcomed its inaugural class of students in the Master of Public Policy this week at Sciences Po. The inaugural cohort includes over 40 nationalities and a wide range of...

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New dual degree programmes

New dual degree programmes

The School of Public Affairs has developed new dual degree programmes with five major universities throughout the world: The Institute of Public Affairs at the London School of Economics and...

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Yann Algan, Dean of the School of Public Affairs

Yann Algan nominated Dean of the School of Public Affairs

Frédéric Mion, the President of Sciences Po, has nominated Professor Yann Algan as Dean of the new School of Public Affairs of Sciences Po, which will be launched in September 2015. Yann Algan will...

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Mostar Bridge in Bosnia

Award ceremony

Sciences Po European Heritage Prize

What can the city of Schengen, Spanish Poet Federico Garcia Lorca’s sepulture, and the Mostar bridge in Bosnia have in common? Those three sites have been elected has symbols of the European...

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Sergei Guriev, Florent Parmentier and Alain Frachon

Ukraine-Russia: geopolitics and economics sanctions

Le 16 avril 2015, Sergei Guriev, Professeur d'économie à Sciences Po, et Alain Frachon, éditorialiste au journal Le Monde, dans un débat modéré par Florent Parmentier de l'École d'Affaires publiques...

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Benoit Coeuré, member of the executive board of the ECB

Quantitative easing

By Benoit Coeuré, member of the executive board of the ECB

Benoit Coeuré, affiliate professor at the Department of Economics at Sciences Po and member of the executive board of the European Central Bank, discussed the recent decision about quantitative...

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Danny Alexander, Chief Secretary of the UK Treasury

Building a better Europe

By Danny Alexander, Chief Secretary of the UK Treasury

In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in Paris, Chief Secretary to the UK Treasury Danny Alexander’s at Sciences Po on building a better Europe, on January 23rd. Introduced by Jean-Pierre Landau...

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Sciences Po Award for European Heritage

European Culture at the School of Public Affairs

A future professional of the cultural sector needs to know how to design, implement and evaluate a cultural project in an international context. Through an innovative pedagogy, the School of Public...

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