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International Organisations Career Day

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Sciences Po's employability survey shows that International Organisations are one of the key targets for many Sciences Po graduate students. They work in a variety of positions: analysts, specialized consultants, advocacy managers, project managers, foreign affairs specialists, policy advisors, program managers, lawyers, and journalists...

For one day, HR representatives of various IOs are invited on campus to meet with students and alumni to discover their future career paths. You will learn the competencies and skills needed to work with them, as well as tips and guidance to stand out in their recruitment process.

Registration for students is mandatory here

PROGRAMME

9.45AM-11am

General opening
Panel 1 : 
Overview of the future skills needs in IOs

with IOM, UNESCO, UNDP, FAO

Live in Amphi Jean Moulin + replays in Simone Veil (28SP) and B001 (1ST)

Find out more and sign up

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9.45AM- 6PM

Exhibition Center with HR representatives open all day

1 Saint-Thomas in Cafeteria, rooms CS and McCourt Institute

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11AM-2PM & 3PM-6PM

Individual presentations by organisations

Amphi Jean Moulin (13U), Simone Veil & H101 (28SP) 
Rooms in 1 Saint-Thomas Campus

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2PM-3PM

  Panel 2: How to Prepare an Outstanding Application

with ADB, UNICEF, OECD, UNGeneva

Live in Amphi Jean Moulin + replays in Simone Veil (28SP) and B001 (1ST)

Find out more and sign up

PROGRAMME OF INFORMATION SESSIONS

 

EXHIBITION CENTER

 

PARTICIPATING ORGANIsATIONS


 

 
   
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