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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 renowned professionals.

This programme combines a multidisciplinary core curriculum in the social sciences with specialised and more professionally-oriented courses.

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A Master in apprenticeship

Thomas, apprentice at EDF
  • Thomas, apprentice at EDFThomas, apprentice at EDF

Thomas, shares with us his experience at the Master in European Affairs in apprenticeship.


"I am Thomas. I just completed my master’s degree in European Affairs at Sciences Po. While I already had an engineering degree, I chose to compliment it with Sciences Po in order to learn more about the world, politics, and Europe.

I could enter the Master thanks to a special agreement between my school and Sciences Po: I did not have to do the written exam. And the oral exam went well, I can say.

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The European Court of Justice in comparative context

Rencontres Européennes, le 26 novembre 2015
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Organized by : Master affaires européennes, MAXPO, Direction des affaires internationales & Centre d'études européennes .

Date: November 26th 2015, 12.30 pm to 2.30 pm
Venue: Sciences Po, Room H101, 28 rue des St Pères- 75007 Paris
Free entrance according to available places
Contact: resp.mae@sciencespo.fr

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Sergei Guriev to begin work as EBRD Chief Economist

  • Sergei GurievSergei Guriev

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 Development (EBRD).

He will join the EBRD next summer after fulfilling his current academic commitments. Professor Guriev has a distinguished track record in transition economics and is currently teaching at Sciences Po in Paris. Prior to that, he was Rector of the New Economic School in Moscow.

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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 ability to band together”, the Prime Minister defended the idea of “social-reformism”, before giving voice to his conviction of having “deeply changed the left”. A head of government “happy” and “at ease” who answered our questions following the event.

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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 student in the Master of European Affairs at Sciences Po Paris.

I did my high school in the French high school Chateaubriand in Roma, and I studied at the college universitaire of sciences Po Paris before going on in the Master of European affairs.

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Herman Van Rompuy teaches at Sciences Po

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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 interview for Sciences Po, he talks about his approach to teaching: as an observer with an ongoing commitment to Europe, he aims to help students understand the practical reality of European politics.

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Tribute to Stanley Hoffmann

the most French of American political scientists
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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 Sciences Po and, shortly after, as a young professor.

Born in Vienna and raised in Paris, Hoffman had to flee the capital in 1940, two days before the arrival of the Nazi armies which had already forced him to leave Austria.

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