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Friday 29th of September, around 70 companies will be there to recruit you

Forum 2017
Friday 29th of September, meet the companies which are hoping to recruit you for an internship or a first professional experience.

Practical Guide for the 2017 Business Fair

Learn more about the fair and register  (registration is mandatory from september 11th)

Prepare yourself for the fair

Auditing & Consulting

Manufacturing Services Luxury Distribution Transport Environment

Banking Finance Insurance

Media Press Communication Entertainment

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Whether you hope to create your start-up, to explore entrepreneurship or to start your career in the business-world, Sciences Po Alumni offers you the opportunity of meeting professionals, all graduated from Sciences Po. Come and meet entrepreneurs, DHRs and coaches who can assist you in the setting-up of your project or can give you advice to start your career and grow your network.


73% of Sciences Po graduates work in the private sector.

One year after their diploma, for all masters, 18% of our graduates work in the Auditing & Consulting sector, 14% in Marketing & Communication, 11% in the sectors of Banking – Finance – Insurance, and 8% in the sectors of Manufacturing & Services in a wide range of positions (Consultant, Analyst, Legal Expert…).

Last modified 2017-09-28
If you are looking for interns or future employees, our guide 'Recruit at Sciences Po' will provide the relevant information about our students, the careers we train them for and how to leverage this great pool of talent to meet your recruitment needs.
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