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How to start a career in the EU: the EPSO admission procedure
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“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 to work for the European Union?” More than 800 people answered “yes” and 200 of them joined the online conference on Zoom “How to start a career in the EU: the EPSO admission procedure” organised on Tuesday November 10, 2020 by the Association of the School of Public Affaires of Sciences Po Paris (AEAP). 

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

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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 2020 Advancing Development Goals International Contest for Graduate Students at the Geneva Institute. The international competition for Master students aims to present innovative and pragmatic solutions to address the challenges of social inclusion.

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Testimony from a MPA graduate

Louis Holt, MPA class of 2020
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Can you describe your academic and professional background before the MPA? 

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"I felt the need to get involved in a cause that was close to my heart"

Alice Voirand shares her commitment to women's health
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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 training in gender studies. Below, she recounts her academic, professional and associative commitments to women's health.

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"Equal opportunities must also be territorial"

Salomé, graduate from the Master in public affairs
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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 the fight on a large scale by founding the Chemins d'Avenirs association, which today helps 1,000 young people from rural areas and small towns to overcome the obstacles hindering their ambitions. Interview with a determined alumna.

You come from a rural area, far away from the elitist sectors and the codes that go with them? What was your educational background? 

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Online Career Fair

From 14 to 16 October 2020
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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 context, the 2020 edition will be held on-line via the Seekube platform from 14 to 16 October.

The Career fair is a unique opportunity for students to:

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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

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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

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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.

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Sciences Po has been a long and impactful journey

EAP student tells us about her master's thesis
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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 in Brazil when initiating bills and spending the public budget for the parliamentary activities. She tells us about this thesis she recently defended.

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