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SCIENCES PO 1872 marie.valincolin@sciencespo.fr

Paris (France)

75007 SCIENCES PO, 27 rue Saint Guillaume 75337 Paris cedex 07 France, Paris, France

Tel. +33 1 45 49 50 50

http://www.sciencespo.fr/en

Year of establishment: 1872

A world class international research university, Sciences Po ranks amongst the finest institutions in the fields of humanities and social sciences.

Sciences Po stands out for combining approaches and confronting different worldviews. This tradition of diversity and multidisciplinary approach makes Sciences Po an active participant in public debate, a forum where thought meets action. Sciences Po's overarching mission is to educate future leaders in the public and private sectors. However, its ambition extends even further: to educate open-minded and enlightened citizens capable of changing the world and transforming society. Sciences Po's international dimension was established in its founding documents. Driven forward by this vocation for nearly 150 years, today Sciences Po stands out as a world-class university: internationally-recognised degrees and research, a multicultural community and a worldwide network of partners. At Sciences Po, the finest researchers in the social sciences engage in continual dialogue with the greatest practitioners.

With an academic community of more than 200 faculty members and 4,000 lecturers from the professional world, the knowledge we transmit to students is nurtured by innovative research and rooted in reality. Sciences Po recruits its students on the basis of academic excellence. Nevertheless, it was one of the first institutions of higher learning to have fully assumed its social responsibilities by promoting intellectual, geographic and social diversity in its student body. Open to all talents, Sciences Po recruits students in nearly 150 countries and provides financial support to nearly 30% of its student body.

Admissions: http://www.sciencespo.fr/admissions/en Scholarships and tuition fees: http://formation.sciences-po.fr/en/contenu/school-fees Student services: http://www.sciencespo.fr/en/life-sciences-po/student-services-daily-life

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“We must terminate the old politics of division”

In Paris for COP21, Arnold Schwarzenegger made a stop at Sciences Po for a discussion with students on climate issues. Watch his exclusive interview for Sciences Po.

“We are accustomed to welcoming people from the political and state spheres, and we occasionally receive people from the performing arts world, but never before have we had the two worlds embodied in one person”, said Sciences Po President Frédéric Mion in his welcoming address to Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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A different approach to climate negotiations

Six months ago, Sciences Po students held “Make It Work”, a simulation of COP21 at the Théâtre des Amandiers in Nanterre. The experience showed that breaking free of the “classic” rules of negotiation may well be the key to success.
In an interview at the end of the simulation, Laurence Tubiana, who is representing French foreign minister Laurent Fabius at the "real" COP21, outlined the lessons learned from this very serious game.
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Paris named the best student city

For the fourth year in a row, Paris has been ranked first in the QS Best Student Cities.
This ranking highlights the academic excellence, the relatively affordable tuition fees, the promising career prospects and the diversity of the student body here in Paris.

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