- Portrait of Charlotte ©Sciences Po
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 enrolling in the European Affairs Master’s programme at Sciences Po. Since graduating in 2012, she has worked on multiple projects inspired by her drive to build a stronger Europe.
- Laurent Rieder de Saint-Joseph ©Xavier Braun
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 and London. He is now in charge of the UK flagship of Bulgari, the Italian jeweller and member of the LVMH group.
- United Nations ©Yuriy Boyko / Shutterstock
The School of Public Affairs and The Paris School of International Affairs were pleasead to receive:
- Ed Miliband teaching his class ©Sciences Po
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 of the UK Parliament and former leader of Labour Party and Jenny Andersson, CNRS Research Professor and researcher at CEE.
Sciences Po and the IPLI Foundation co-organise a merit-based competition open to our Master in European Affairs students
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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 of Public Affairs' Master in European Affairs programme. This competition will share the vision and ideas that these students present regarding the future of European integration.
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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, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, Republic of Macedonia and Serbia.
This executive training, the "EU Scheme for Young Professionals in the Western Balkans", takes place in the context of the Berlin process and in the framework of the European Union’s Connectivity Agenda for the Western Balkans.
- Bernard Cazeneuve ©Alexandros Michailidis / Shutterstock
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 States Secretary of Homeland Security, for a conference on "The Euro-Atlantic Solidarity Against Terrorism". We interviewed one of our students for feedback on this event. Antoine de La Roche Kerandraon, in the first year of his Master's degree in Public Policy, with specialisation in Security and Defence, has accepted to answer our questions.
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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, the Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA), the Doctoral School have participated in its production. Following its founding goals, the Review illustrates the diversity and the richness of public affairs at national, European and international levels.
- ©Sciences Po Luca Vergallo,2018 laureate 2018 and MPP Student
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 Po, the Claude Érignac Prize.
This prize of 5 000 euros is awarded for a student project highlighting the contribution of a French public institution or figure, to the common good.
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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 Marseille using new technologies to address the challenges of the protection of the common goods in the Mediterranean Sea, turning France into a "maritime start-up natio