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Career Fairs and Events

Sciences Po brings students and employers together through a number of events. Each year, more than 300 career events are organized in connection with Sciences Po academic staff within our 7 graduate schools: Career fairs, roundtables, company presentations are offered as part of our thematic weeks. Discover the events calendar and participate as a student and/or employer!

2023/24 Career fairs and events

Sciences Po Carreers Fair

Annual information and recruitment Fair gathering almost 100 companies and more than 1,000 Sciences Po students and graduates from our 7 graduate Schools looking for internship and first jobs opportunities.

  • Friday, September 29th: at Sciences Po 1, place Saint-Thomas
  • October 3rd & 4th: Online on Seekube

Find out more

Careers in cities and territories

  • From October 9th to 20th 

Careers in Public Affairs

  • From October 23th to November, 3th

Careers in communication, HR

  • From November 13rd to 17th

Careers in Finance

  • From November 13rd to 17th

Law careers week

Careers in Consulting

  • From February 13th to 17th

Consulting careers Fair

  • Thursday 15th (in person)
  • Friday 16th February (online)

Month of International Careers

  • Focus on Careers in Europe
  • Focus on Careers in Americas
  • Focus on Careers in Asia and in Africa

Professional equality Week

Careers in Defence & Strategy

  • The 6th and the 7th of March 2024

Apprenticeship Week

  • Apprenticeship fair : Thursday 4th April 2024 online


Contact : forum.carrieres@sciencespo.fr

Last modified 2024-02-28
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