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

  • Open Government Partnership Global Summit 2016 ©OGPOpen Government Partnership Global Summit 2016 ©OGP

As co-chair of the Partnership for an Open Government, France will host the World Summit on December 2,3 and 4, in Paris.

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Discover the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs

  • Yann Algan, dean of the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs ©Sciences PoYann Algan, dean of the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs ©Sciences Po

“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 decisions in a complex world.”
Yann Algan, dean of the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs.

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How can solutions be found to global public policy challenges?

  • Helmut Anheier and Yann Algan, October 2016, Paris ©Sciences PoHelmut Anheier and Yann Algan, October 2016, Paris ©Sciences Po

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 from around the world must work together, open up to other cultures and draw on professionals from diverse fields including scientists, entrepreneurs, start-ups and developers. Read the joint interview.

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Why choose Paris for you Master's degree?

  • ©Khasan Redjaboev©Khasan Redjaboev

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.

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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
  • Olivier Blanchard, Professor of Economics, MITOlivier Blanchard, Professor of Economics, MIT

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 partnerships have been built. With several degrees designed to prepare future professionals of public affairs for a diversity of careers worldwide, the School now includes 2 two-year Master's programmes, 2 one-year programmes and 10 policy streams, 9 of which are offered in English.

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Student Profile

"I didn't want to engage in a predetermined path"
  • Lisa LautonLisa Lauton

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 graduating.

What led you to select Sciences Po’s Master in Public Policy? 

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Double degree with LSE

Student testimony
  • Ariane, Master in European Affairs, Double Degree with LSEAriane, Master in European Affairs, Double Degree with LSE

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 Affairs in the LSE-Sciences Po dual degree. *I travelled around the world as an expat kid when I was young, and did my high school in Lille before coming to SciencesPo. So I know the school quite well, and I must say that my year in this Master was awesome!

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Pedagogical innovation

Pecha Kucha presentations and the Master of European Affairs
  • Philip Sauerbaum ©Sciences PoPhilip Sauerbaum ©Sciences Po

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 special exercise: a Pecha Kucha presentation. It consists in presenting a topic in a limited time : 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each one.

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Excellents résultats pour l'année 2015

Préparation aux concours européens
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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 résultats au-dessus de la moyenne européenne.

Le concours comprend une première sélection avec les épreuves d'admissibilité (tests de logique sur ordinateur), puis l'E-Tray (note de synthèse sur ordinateur), épreuve créée en 2015, et enfin l'ultime sélection lors de l'assessment center (étude de cas et 3 oraux)

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