- ©UBC 2017
The Policy Studio at UBC’s Liu Institute for Global Issues in cooperation with the Policy Lab at the Sciences Po School for Public Affairs recently hosted graduate students during a five day Resilient Cities Policy Challenge, benefitting from the support of the French Embassy in Canada’s Saint-Simon Initiative.
- Paul Laurent at Bocconi University in Milan
Paul Laurent is a student enrolled in a dual Master’s degree offered by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs and Bocconi University. He is currently completing his year at Bocconi University in Milan. Interview.
You’re studying management at Bocconi University this year. Can you tell us about your courses and about the educational approach at Bocconi University more generally?
- Students at the 2015 Make It Work simulation in Paris ©Martin Argyroglo
The Experimental Programme in Political Arts, a one-year Master’s programme created in 2010 by French philosopher Bruno Latour, is positioned at the crossroads of the social sciences, politics, and the arts. Academic director Frédérique Aït-Touati explains the programme’s unique approach and the reasons behind it.
- Fanglu Sun ©Fudan University
As a part of RCE (Rencontres européennes de Sciences Po / Sciences Po European Meetings)
A conference by Fanglu Sun, Assistant Professor, School of International Relations & Public Affairs (SIRPA), Fudan University, China.
This project intends to address a key question regarding China’s participation in UN peacekeeping operations (UNPKO): how have China’s activities to provide security for the region interacted with its economic interests?
- The Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto
The Sciences Po School of Public Affairs and the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto are launching a dual degree program between their respective Master in Public Policy (MPP) and Master of Global Affairs (MGA).
On November 29 and 30, 2016, the School of Public Affairs, HEC and FORCCAST organized the first “Richelieu 3.0” simulation at Sciences Po on the challenges of a French maritime strategy for 2030. Roughly fifty students participated in this intense negotiation experience.
The event launched on November 29 with a roundtable on biodiversity and sustainable development issues. Participants included Biodiversity Minister Barbara Pompili and Hédi Larbi, a former Tunisian minister and professor at Harvard.
- Zach Young at the Cucumber's 2015 Bulldog Days Show
Yale University senior Zachary M. Young has been awarded the 2017 Michel David-Weill Scholarship to pursue a two-year Master’s in Public Policy degree at the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs in Paris.
- Our MAE students in Brussels © Sciences Po
During second semester, students leave for a study trip to Brussels and Luxembourg, in continuity with the workshop "Métiers de l'Europe", but in situ. In fact, students meet the main actors of European affairs within their professional environment. This one week trip enables a full immersion of a group of students of the Master.
Recently returned from Bruxelles, Catarina Falcao shared with us her experience and her point of view:
As part of the "Leadership and Management" course coordinated by Jacques le Pape, the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs is pleased to invite you to the keynote speech Airbnb: shaping the future of travel together with cities? by Christopher Lehane, on March 2nd, at 9:00 am (Chapsal Auditorium).
- The Bocconi University in Milan ©Bocconi University
On 22 February, Sciences Po and Bocconi University announced the launch of a unique dual Master’s degree programme in Public Policy and Management.