Sciences Po

Ecole d'Affaires Publiques

The Master in Public Policy and the Master in European Affairs at the School of Public Affairs are two-year programmes open to applicants with an undergraduate degree. The school also offers two one-year programmes for young professionals and dual programmes with partners such as Columbia University, LSE, GRASPP-University of Tokyo and Fudan University. All programmes are offered in English and French in Paris. The school trains students for a wide range of public affairs-related careers spanning the public, private and non-profit sectors and the local to global scales. It aims to educate a new generation of leaders determined to address humanity’s most pressing challenges and find innovative solutions for the Common Good.
Entry Requirements: Bachelor's degree or higher depending on the Master
Duration: one or two years
Location: Paris
Language: English / French
Selection: application + English test
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles

Replays

12-11-2019

Les questions

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Intervenants :

  • Yann ALGAN - Dean, School of Public Affairs
  • khadija Benromdhane - Student, Master in Public policy
  • 00:22

    The Pitch

    01:43

    How good does your French have to be to follow one of the French policy streams?

    03:56

    I’m not applying for the Master in European Affairs but would still like to take some courses on Europe. Is that possible?

    05:50

    Can a student in the School of Public Affairs take classes in the PSIA?

  • 06:55

    What is the difference between the one-year and the two-year master in public affairs?

    07:44

    Is there a difference regarding the course list for dual degree students compared to single master students? Or do dual degree and single masters have the same kind/number of mandatory courses?

    08:58

    Do we absolutely have to have some work experience in the cultural domain (internship) if we candidate to the Master with Culture as an option or do you also appreciate some volunteering experience?

    11:28

    Hello! What are the most common job opportunities after the master in European affairs?

  • 13:16

    Hi, I will be graduating from a BSc in Management from ESCP Europe next year, and I'm really interested in the Masters in Public Policy. Which classes should I focus on in order to be an attractive candidate?

    14:42

    The Clichés

    22:20

    How many International students has the School of Public Affairs?

    23:55

    I will finish my Bachelor Degree in June 2020. Therefore, I will not be able to send you my final grade until then. Would that be too late for the application?

  • 24:53

    Can you tell us something about the EPSO preparation classes?

    26:18

    Hi, I would like to ask how many applicants are chosen for the bachelor dual degree programmes? I'm particularly in the one between SciencesPo / UCL or SciencesPo / Freie Universitaet Berlin. Thanks!

    27:50

    What sort of projects do we do in the Policy Lab incubator?

    30:37

    Final Destination

  • 31:20

    I would like to know to what extent the cover letter for the master must be balanced between our motivation to learn more about public law, public finance, social topics... and our motivation to complete the competitive exam?

    33:28

    Khadija, can you remember what kind of questions you were asked in the interview or what you had to do?

    36:15

    How do you choose your policy track? I’m interested in all of them! And can you change once you’ve decided?

    37:42

    What is the Media Lab and what kind of work do we do there?

  • 38:58

    Extra Time