Le Grand Syllabus 2016/2017
- Public Administration (in French) - Cultural Policy and Management (in French and English) - New Technologies and Public Policy (in English) - Economics and Public Policy (in English) - Energy, Resources and Sustainability (in French and English) - Global Health (in French and English) - Public Affairs Management (English) - Social Policy and Social Innovation (in English) - Markets and Regulation (in English) - Politics and Public Policy (in English) • A wide range of elective courses, in both French and English
Beginning in their second year, students have the option to take preparatory courses for French and European competitive examinations offered by the Center for Examination Preparation, whose quality of instruction and success rates are unrivalled in Europe. Career opportunities The program prepares students for a wide range of professional positions—political ofﬁcer, civil servant (international, national or local), social entrepreneur, communications professional, researcher, consultant, manager, etc.—in a wide variety of ﬁelds: • Public and private: political and administrative ofﬁcers and private sector executives (companies, consulting ﬁrms) working in close connection with the public sector, as well as social entrepreneurs, communications professionals, etc. • Local and international: the national level is no longer the only dimension of public policy. Graduates are thus prepared to work at all levels, from the local to the international, including the national, European and non-governmental. • Thought and practice: the program prepares students for careers as public policy researchers and thinkers as well as managers, from policy conception to implementation. Double degrees The program offers a variety of double degree opportunities: in France, with HEC, Saint-Cyr and the Ecole du Louvre; abroad, with the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin, the University of Tokyo’s Graduate School of Public Policy, the London School of Economics and Political Science, Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affair, and Bocconi University’s Master in Management Science. Students can also take advantage of the agreement signed between Sciences Po and the University of St. Gallen.