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Careers Fair 2019 : More than 100 employers recruit in a various range of activities

Forum 2019
On Friday 27 september 2019 from 10am to 5pm, the Sciences Po Careers Fair will gather at Porte de Versailles more than 100 participants (amongst which companies, public administrations, international organisations...) willing to recruit our students and graduates in a wide range of industries and activities.

Students and graduates, sign up for the Fair !

Sign up for the fair (mandatory)  

3 careers advice areas

Sciences Po Careers, Sciences Po Alumni and our partners APEC, Welcome to the Jungle will be there to advice you on how to have a successful fair, how to refine your career project or extend your network.

participating employers by section of activities:

Médias press communication :


Canal + Groupe




Auditing, consulting :

Bearing Point
Nordmann Capgemini Invent
Eurogroup Consulting
Groupe ÉLAN Ipso Facto
Julhiet Strewen

Industries/ Construction/ Transports / Énergy / Environnement :

Arkema CMA CGM
EDF Groupe ADP

Services luxury distrubution :


Banking finance insurance :

BPI France
ODDO BHF Rothschild & Co S&P Global SFIL

Social businesses :

Groupe ESS


​International Organisations, NGOs, associations :


Public administrations :


Start ups :


Careers advice area :



Last modified 2019-09-25
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