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.

Experiencing the French Job Market

Meet Emily, a second year international student who balances her Master’s in Communications with an apprenticeship at a PR agency
  • Emily Olyarchuk: international student and apprentice ©Sciences PoEmily Olyarchuk: international student and apprentice ©Sciences Po

Emily Olyarchuk is a second-year Master’s student in Communications at the School of Management and Innovation and an apprentice at Burson Marsteller, a global PR agency with offices in Paris. We interviewed her on the benefits of gaining professional experience alongside studying and the process of finding an apprenticeship in France as an international student.

From Sciences Po to Fashion Design

Jingjing Fan, Sciences Po alumna turned fashion designer, discusses entrepreneurship
  • Jingjing Fan, founder and designer of Elleme ©Sciences PoJingjing Fan, founder and designer of Elleme ©Sciences Po

Since graduating from Sciences Po in 2011 with a Master's degree in Finance and Strategy, Jingjing Fan has been pursuing her lifelong passion in the fashion industry. She founded Elleme, a luxury accessories brand based in the Marais but with an outlook that is global. Hear more about her path from Sciences Po to haute couture.

Are We Europe: Media of the Erasmus Generation

A new genre of journalism
  • Are We Europe receiving a prize for journalism @Christian Beaussier/Sciences PoAre We Europe receiving a prize for journalism @Christian Beaussier/Sciences Po

What does it mean to be European today? Several Sciences Po students asked themselves this very question when they created Are We Europe, an online magazine that is now a community of 150 photographers, videomakers and journalists all around Europe.

Meet Marco Hazan, student and photographer behind the Humans of Paris series

  • Marco Hazan ©Sciences PoMarco Hazan ©Sciences Po

Marco Hazan, a Master of Marketing and Market Research student at Sciences Po, is also the creator of the successful photographic series Humans of Paris, inspired by Humans of New York.

Marco is a photographer who loves Parisians and has been photographing people he comes across in the streets of Paris for several years. His Facebook page now has more than 300,000 fans. Watch our video portrait of a young photographer who believes that digital technology can serve to connect people and encourage a spirit of tolerance.

"Being LGBTI is not a western influence, it's a human reality"

Il a créé la première association LGBTI de l’histoire du Laos
  • Anan Bouapha ©Sciences PoAnan Bouapha ©Sciences Po

In 2012, Anan Bouapha founded Proud to Be Us Laos, the country's first civil society organisation promoting equal rights for young LGBTI. In 2017, he enrolled in a one-year Master’s programme at the Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs with the goal of acquiring the necessary skills to make his organisation into a think-tank.

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