HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

  • E., Anglard, EAP Sciences Po December 2017E., Anglard, EAP Sciences Po December 2017

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

  • S. Cordonnier, L.Collin, T.Reno, C.Fourmaux, S. de Courcelles ©SciencesPoS. Cordonnier, L.Collin, T.Reno, C.Fourmaux, S. de Courcelles ©SciencesPo

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 European Affairs) and Charles Fourmaux (Master in Public Policy). IPLI Foundation is directed by Mr. Timothy Reno, alumnus of Sciences Po's Master of Public Affairs program (2010).

The possibility for the School of Public Affairs to provide its students with financial support is crucial and we are very grateful for IPLI Foundation’s support. 

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Challenges of a French maritime strategy by 2030

  • Simulation Richelieu 3.0 Sana de Courcelles, Barbara Pompili,Hédi Larbi ©ScPo Simulation Richelieu 3.0 Sana de Courcelles, Barbara Pompili,Hédi Larbi ©ScPo

On November 29th and 30th 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 2030. Around fifty students participated in this intense experience of negotiations.

The launching event of November 29th consisted in a round table on biodiversity and sustainable development issues with the participation of Barbara Pompili, Minister of Biodiversity, and Hédi Larbi, former Tunisian Minister and Professor at Harvard.

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Visit to the University Hospital of Pitié Salpêtrière

  • Students visiting the Salpêtrière ©Chloé BaillifStudents visiting the Salpêtrière ©Chloé Baillif
  • Hôpital Pitié Salpêtrière ©Chloé BaillifHôpital Pitié Salpêtrière ©Chloé Baillif
  • Students visiting the Salpêtrière ©Chloé BaillifStudents visiting the Salpêtrière ©Chloé Baillif

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 created by royal edict in the 17th century, is today the largest hospital in Paris, with 1742 beds.

Eleven students from global health policy stream were able to attend this visit led by the Director of Human Resources, Mr. Alban Amselli. We are very grateful to her and his team for giving us time for this visit.

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

In partnership with the School of Public Affairs
  • Musée d'Orsay, juillet 2015 ©maziarz / Shutterstock.comMusée d'Orsay, juillet 2015 ©maziarz / Shutterstock.com

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 celebration weekend. Some thirty students from the Culture stream will accompany the public and also the artists throughout the weekend.

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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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