Founded on the values of openness and excellence, Sciences Po is a selective research university of international standing whose unique model combines specialisation in the social sciences, a multidisciplinary approach and professional training to educate actors capable of understanding and transforming society. As diversity is central to its identity, Sciences Po has 46% of international students from 150 countries. Nearly 30% of students receive financial aid, versus 6% in 2000.
Preparing for your job interview - France
Congratulations! You’ve been called for a job interview in France! What are the steps to follow? What’s the best way to prepare? This course offers you the keys to a successful interview!
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Composing your e-portfolio
An e-portfolio is an ideal way to add value to an application, or to stand out in an interview. An e-portfolio is a concrete way of showing what you are capable of. This course teaches you how to show off your skills and your work.
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Making the most of your internship
You'd like to learn more about a particular field? An internship might be the best way to gain valuable experience, and to make your profile more attractive to a potential recruiter. An internship is also a great way of finding out if a certain occupation or sector is the right fit for you!
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Improving your knowledge of the international job market
If you enjoy speaking a foreign language or would like to experience working in a foreign job market, then this course is for you. Learn the best ways to find out more about the European and international job markets before spreading your wings!
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Discovering the job market and keeping track of job postings and news
Choosing a career is never easy. What sector is hiring? Do you have the right qualifications? Thanks to this course, discover more about the different job markets, and learn how to keep track of job postings and news.
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Improving your Microsoft Office skills
Knowing how to present, handle and share data is essential in today’s working world where IT proficiency has become a requirement for almost all jobs. Test your skills and learn how good you really are with a computer!
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Taking stock of your skills
Knowing what you can do is an important step in the construction of a career plan. Here, we help you take stock of your skills so you can get to know yourself better, and learn what you need to do to make your jobseeker’s profile more attractive to employers.
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Defining your career plan
Before beginning your job search, it’s important to define a personal career plan. What is the best way to do this? Let us show you how.
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Preparing for your job interview – English-speaking world
You have an interview with an English-speaking employer and the deadline’s approaching. What’s the best way to prepare? Are there any cultural factors to consider? Get ready with this course.
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Interpreting job offers and making your profile more attractive - English-speaking world
Would you like to work in an English-speaking country? What’s the best way to apply for jobs? How do you tailor your CV and cover letter to suit the practices of the target country?
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Interpreting job offers and making your profile more attractive - France
Knowing how to interpret a job offer and to make your profile more attractive are real assets when looking for a job. Learn how to tailor your CV and attract the attention of potential employers!
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Managing your online reputation
As Internet users, we all have an online reputation and potential employers frequently consult this before meeting candidates for interviews. This course teaches you how to manage your online reputation, and how to make the most of social networking sites to develop your profile.
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Tailoring your job search to find the right job for you
There are plenty of resources out there to help you locate job offers. This course teaches you how to look for jobs in an efficient fashion: which sites are better than others and how you can tailor your search to suit the sector/job that interests you.
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