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Where are our 2020 graduates working now?

We reached out to them 18 months later as part of our annual Graduate Employability Survey, conducted between December 2021 and April 2022. The results of the survey confirm that Sciences Po graduates remain as employable as ever, despite the unprecedented context in which the 2020 cohort entered the job market. Read the key findings of this year’s survey.
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A variety of career options

Sciences Po has been educating public and private sector decision-makers working in France and worldwide for 150 years.
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Career videos

Did you miss any of the presentations or round tables organized by Sciences Po Careers? Not a problem: dozens of videos are available on the Sciences Po Careers vimeo page, which you can access at any time in replay.

04.09.2023
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.
06.09.2023
Launched by two graduates (class of 2020) from Law School : Agnès de Fortanier (Master in Economic Law) and Thomas Harbor (dual degree Sciences Po HEC), What's up EU is a newsletter putting together a concise, well-documented, and informative weekly wrap-up of the news that matters at a continental scale — from a European perspective. Sciences Po Careers interviewed Augustin Bourleaud, in charge of its edition, who is currently a double master's degree student between Sciences Po and the London School of Economics.
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