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    2nd year student, Quentin, during the Strasbourg Institute of Political Studies’ European week in the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

2nd year student, Quentin, during the Strasbourg Institute of Political Studies’ European week in the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

 
 
  • The reasons why you should hire us

Established in 1945 to train and educate future high-ranking officials, the Strasbourg Institute of Political Studies has kept its lifelong tradition of excellence, especially with regard to the teaching of public, social and administrative issues. In parallel with the development of European Institutions in Strasbourg, the Strasbourg Institute of Political Studies has become a reference point regarding the managerial training of high-ranking European officials, even more since the European Institute of Higher Education integrated the Institute in 2013. 

As soon as they start their studies, the Strasbourg Institute of Political Studies provides its students with lectures related to French public action (administrative law, political science, sociology and so on).These lectures are then completed by the masters in public administration and action with different specialisations : “careers and public action” or “Management and Public Management”.

The same applies to European public action (EU law taught to 1st year students) which is at the heart of several masters in the Institute: “Local and regional administrations in Europe”, “European Politics and Public Affairs”, “EU’s external and internal security” and “Economics and regulation law in Europe”.  The Strasbourg Institute of Political Studies also trains and educates experts on cross-border issues with its masters “European and Franco-German policies”.

To cut a long story short, the Institute brings together a wealth of expertisewith itsstudents who specialise in French public issues, but also in European and cross-border economic, cultural, legislative and regulatory policies. The students are also given the opportunity to be trained by national and international experts.

  • OUR SKILLS

Sciences Po Strasbourg Consulting offerspublic actors and regional and local authorities to write briefing notes, conduct feasibility surveys, assesspublic policies or conduct statistical or qualitative surveys.

More specifically, SPSC offers local authorities and international or cross-border organisations to conduct all types of surveys related to public action. Do not hesitate to contact us if you want more details regarding our skills on a specific subject.

SPSC also offersevery professional actor to perform analyses of their legal environment – and of its possible development in accordance with the evolution of EU law. We can refer private actors to the various public intervention mechanisms that might affect them (subsidies...).