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What we noted

Sciences Po

Urban School

The Urban School prepares students and professionals for urban governance in all its forms. Graduates find employment in the public, private and non-profit sectors at the local, national and international levels. The school offers two-year Master's programmes, a dual Master's degree programme with the London School of Economics and a Mooc. Capstone projects, study trips and the comparative approach are just a few of the School's strong points. Programmes use the social sciences to provide an understanding of urban models from a multidisciplinary perspective. 

Entry Requirements: 3-year bachelor degree or higher depending on the Master
Duration: 1 or 2 years
Location: Paris
Language: English / French
Selection: application + TOEFL

Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles

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2017-11-09

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Participants:

  • Patrick LE GALÈS - Doyen
  • 00:13

    The Pitch

    01:36

    Now that Paris will host the 2024 Olympic Games, will the school be involved in the city’s preparation and planning in any way?

    04:18

    I’m in my first year of a master degree “Management of Innovation” in Paris Dauphine and I’m interested in smart cities and intelligent buildings. Would my profile be interesting for the school?

    06:49

    How selective in the double degree with the LSE (Urban policy)?

  • 08:04

    Why is called the urban school rather than the school of urbanism or urban planning?

    11:36

    How flexible is the curriculum? Can I combine tracks?

    13:46

    What is the average level of professional experience of students? Should I have experience in urban planning or policy?

    15:55

    Three Words Max

  • 17:55

    Where do students of the master STU then work?

    20:50

    What is your acceptance rate for international students?

    22:49

    I would ultimately like to write a PhD. Is the Urban School curriculum appropriate, and could I potentially do that at Sciences Po?

    25:27

    Can you tell me more about the first-year group project and some examples of what has been implemented in reality?

  • 29:48

    I would like to ask the student why she chose this particular school in Paris, which to me doesn’t seem to be a city on the cutting edge of urban development.

    33:46

    Expert Question

    33:58

    Expert Question: What are future jobs in urban planning that do not yet exist, and how what skills will be in high demand?

    37:35

    Are the teachers mainly academics or professionals?

  • 39:27

    Conclusion