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public affairs careers week

Public Affairs Careers week

From October 25 to 29, Sciences Po Carrières, the School of Public Affairs and the School of International Affairs at Sciences Po, are offering students the opportunity to discover the variety of professions and sectors in which public affairs or institutional relations professionals work.
Xavier Robert Baby, senior consultant Sia Partners

Xavier, Senior consultant in Energy & environment at Sia Partners

Xavier graduated in 2015 from the master in "International energy" at School of International Affairs (PSIA). Today Xavier works as a senior consultant at Sia Partners in Energy, Utilities & environment department. Why and how did he join Sia Partners? What are his daily activities? Read his testimonial before applying for internship or job opportunities at Sia Partners.
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A new mechanism to tackle Sexual and Gender-Based Violence

Following on from the report issued on 4 May by the commission chaired by Danièle Hervieu-Léger, Sciences Po is introducing a new system for combating Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) from the start of the 2021 academic year. The new measures include an overhaul of the listening and support system, a reform of disciplinary procedures and increased awareness among all members of the community.
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Where are our 2019 graduates now?

The results of the 2021 Graduate Employability Survey on the class of 2019 show that Sciences Po students remain very attractive to employers, with 9 out of 10 graduates in professional activity. Despite a job market facing difficulties, 82% of our 2019 graduates found their first job in less than 6 months, and nearly ¾ of them have a stable profession. There are still just as many (37%) working abroad, in 84 countries. Discover all the results of our survey!
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Who are our 2020 and 2021 graduates?

Bright, committed and resilient students: after two years of studies disrupted by the health crisis, the classes of 2020 and 2021 will receive their hard-earned Master's degrees between 23 and 30 June 2021. More than 5,000 new graduates will be celebrated in a series of highly anticipated ceremonies, organised within the health guidelines and valuing everyone's participation. Who are the students of the classes of 2020 and 2021? Discover their profiles.
Bénédicte Durand

Bénédicte Durand becomes interim administrator of Sciences Po

The Vice President for Academic Affairs was appointed by the Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation. On Wednesday, 10 February 2021, the Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation Frédérique Vidal appointed Bénédicte Durand, Vice President for Academic Affairs, as temporary administrator of Sciences Po. Bénédicte Durand joined Sciences Po in 2015 as Dean of the Undergraduate College and has been Vice President for Academic Affairs since September 2018.
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Contact Sciences Po Careers

You are a student looking for information about internships or career fairs? you are an employer willing to recruit our students in jobs or an internship? Find here the list of your Sciences Po Careers

What our graduates up to at ADP Group ?

Leading air transport operator, Groupe ADP (Paris Airports) manages the airports Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly and Paris-Le Bourget. The company also operates in Oman, Zagreb, Mauritius, Madagascar, Santiago de Chile, and many others by way of its subsidiary, ADP International, which oversees international airport management in 25 countries. The wide variety and diversity of jobs across ADP’s air transport network make the company unique as an employer: what career opportunities can it offer to students at Sciences Po? Find out more in our interviews with Elise Hermant, Communications Director and Executive Committee member at Groupe ADP (Sciences Po Class of 2007), Alice, the group’s CSR Project Manager, and Pierre, who works in the Financial Targeting Department.

02.09.2021
Over the course of these three days, you will have the chance to meet with numerous Sciences Po students and graduates. All will be actively seeking internships (whether as a mandatory part of their master’s course or for a gap year), apprenticeships, fir
15.07.2021
The results of the 2021 Graduate Employability Survey on the class of 2019 show that Sciences Po students remain very attractive to employers, with 9 out of 10 graduates in professional activity. Despite a job market facing difficulties, 82% of our 2019 graduates found their first job in less than 6 months, and nearly ¾ of them have a stable profession. There are still just as many (37%) working abroad, in 84 countries. Discover all the results of our survey!
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