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Recruit an apprenticeship

Several Sciences Po's Master's programmes offer students the opportunity to undertake an apprenticeship during their second year.

An apprenticeship is a form of training in which the student spends one year alternating between work in a public or private organisation and attending academic courses delivered at Sciences Po.

The organisation signs a specific employment contract with the student and Sciences Po, and enables the student to alternate between their paid work and courses according to a schedule defined in the contract.

When recruiting an apprentice, the organisation appoints a supervisor responsible for supporting and training the student as they develop their practical skills.

For you, employers, an apprenticeship is a unique opportunity to attract future talent to your company, give students first-hand knowledge of your activities and benefit from the critical perspective and innovative solutions they can contribute.

Because students must regularly spend time at Sciences Po, the apprenticeship cannot be undertaken in organisations located outside France.

Last modified 2023-12-06
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