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Recruit at Sciences Po : a guide for employers

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The guide “Recruit at Sciences Po”, an essential tool for French or international employers, presents in 38 pages all the information and contacts necessary to recruit Sciences Po’s students or graduates for internships, apprenticeship or entry-level jobs.

In order to better inform employers about latest developments at Sciences Po, this guide :

-> describes Sciences Po Undergraduate programmes

-> provides information for professionals on the specificities and orientation of each of Sciences Po’s seven schools, their internship and apprenticeship calendars

-> presents all the different options available for employers to increase their visibility at Sciences Po through, for instance, recruitment fairs, professional orientation meetings, company presentations, development of partnership agreements, recruitment …

Contact : Audrey Schuler, Information and Communication Officer at Sciences Po Careers

Discover the guide  "Recruter à Sciences Po" en français

Discover the guide  "Recruit at Sciences Po" in English

As employers, you can sign up to partake in the Sciences Po Careers Fair which will take place on Friday, 27 September at the Porte de Versailles. 

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Last modified 2018-04-10
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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