- 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.
- The GPPN Prize winner team (from Columbia University)©Sciences Po
The 2017 Annual GPPN Conference, organised by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, took place on 17-18 February at Sciences Po in Paris.
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On 10 February 2017, the three candidates selected by the World Health Organization Executive Board for the position of Director-General were at Sciences Po to discuss the major challenges facing global health in the years to come. In an interview for Sciences Po, the three selected candidates Dr David Nabarro, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and Dr Sania Nishtar share their priorities for key global health topics.
- © GPPN Annual Conference
Sciences Po School of Public Affairs is pleased to invite you to the Global Public Policy Network Annual Conference in Paris on February 17th and 18th, 2017
WHAT IS THE GPPN?
Founded in 2005, the Global Public Policy Network (GPPN) is an international group of seven top public policy schools from around the world:
- ©Colours of Life
The Sciences Po School of Public Affairs is launching a public policy incubator to train students in developing innovative and robust public policy solutions. Prioritising citizen experience and the development of new start-ups, the programme combines expertise in engineering, design, digital technology and the social sciences to transform policies.
The incubator's partners include Facebook, for whom this is a first partnership with a higher education project, Harvard, the Global Public Policy Network and the municipality of the City of Paris.
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A meeting to present the CPCE (Preparation center for European civil service examinations) will be held on Friday, January 13th 2017, from 7:15 to 9:15 PM Amphithéâtre Jacques Chapsal, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume 75007 Paris.
This meeting will be an opportunity to present the 2017 preparation program and to exchange with teachers in charge of this preparation.
- Sciences Po ©Jaime Hernandez
After ten years in Colombian politics, Jaime Hernandez decided that it was time to step back and take a break in order to design a rigorous and feasible political policy for his country. In September he enrolled in the one-year Master’s programme in Public Affairs at the Sciences Po campus in Paris.
At just 32 years old, you’ve already had a rather impressive career in politics in Colombia. Can you recount the main stages of your career to date?