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Sciences Po Girls Conquer Rugby

  • Sciences Po's girls rugby team ©Sira ThierijSciences Po's girls rugby team ©Sira Thierij

Tabea Biesemeier, a student from Germany, sees joining Sciences Po’s all girls rugby team as the best decision she made while an undergraduate on the campus of Nancy. Playing rugby has allowed her to practice her French and meet new people, from Sciences Po as well as outside.

"The future is being built today"

Meet Fitiavana Andry, who wants to change her country's future
  • Fitiavana Andry ©Didier Pazery / Sciences PoFitiavana Andry ©Didier Pazery / Sciences Po

Fitiavana Andry from Madagascar wants to play a part in her country's future. Fitiavana belongs to the first cohort of Sciences Po - MasterCard Foundation scholars, a programme that supports committed students from Africa.

Artillerie: Discover our future campus!

A complete renewal of Sciences Po
  • ©Sogelym Dixence / Wilmotte & Associés Architectes / Moreau Kusunoki Architectes©Sogelym Dixence / Wilmotte & Associés Architectes / Moreau Kusunoki Architectes

A new chapter in Sciences Po’s history is beginning. The redevelopment project chosen for the Artillerie site acquired in late 2016 has been unveiled: it is the work of the team led by Sogelym Dixence with architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte. Beyond the architectural challenge of transforming a seventeenth-century novitiate into a sustainable, innovative university campus, this plan represents a complete renewal of Sciences Po after 150 years of existence.

Committed to Africa

Romaric Compaoré, Sciences Po student from Burkina Faso
  • Romaric Compaoré ©Didier Pazery / Sciences PoRomaric Compaoré ©Didier Pazery / Sciences Po

Romaric Compaoré comes from Burkina Faso and is working on a project to facilitate access to water in his village. Romaric is part of the first cohort of Sciences Po - MasterCard Foundation Scholars, a programme to educate and support bright young African students with a personal commitment to changing the world around them.

Thinking of applying for a Master's Programme at Sciences Po?

Live Q&A sessions
  • Sciences Po in Paris ©Sciences PoSciences Po in Paris ©Sciences Po

In November, December and January, Sciences Po graduate schools will run a series of live Q&A sessions. If you have questions about admissions, education, financial aid, career prospects, life in Paris and more, why not ask Sciences Po students and graduate school deans your questions live online?

Ask Sciences Po Undergrads your questions live

Tuesday, 28 November 2017
  • All you need to know about the Sciences Po Undergraduate CollegeAll you need to know about the Sciences Po Undergraduate College

On Tuesday, 28 November 2017 at 2 pm (Paris time), undergraduate students and Sciences Po representatives will take part in an online Q&A session.

Meet the youngest president of a charitable organisation in Europe

Léa Moukanas, a student committed to the fight against cancer
  • Léa Moukanas ©Félicia Sisco/AïdaLéa Moukanas ©Félicia Sisco/Aïda

When Léa Moukanas found she had been admitted to the London School of Economics and to Sciences Po, she chose to remain in France so she could continue her non-profit work here. We talked to Léa, the youngest president of a charitable organisation in Europe, about her commitment. This interview is the fourth in our 2017 #FirstYearsScPo series.

10 Measures to advance gender equality at University

A recap of our commitments
  • Students at Sciences PoStudents at Sciences Po

In 2010, Sciences Po created PRESAGE, a gender studies and research programme. This trailblazing initiative now forms part of a comprehensive gender equality action plan. The pioneering nature of this commitment was recognised by the UN Women HeForShe programme, which named Sciences Po President Frédéric Mion as one of 10 university IMPACT champions for gender equality worldwide.