CFDIP

Rechercher une formation

English Speaking Courses

         Consulting firms are more and more open to PhDs

  • Consulting firms provide attractive careers for PhDs, whatever their specialization : humanities or « hard » sciences
  • Analytical skills and capability to work in autonomy that characterize PhDs are highly valued by consulting firms
  • Consulting sector recruiting perspectives are greats, as precised in following study from Les Echos (http://start.lesechos.fr/rejoindre-une-entreprise/actu-recrutement/le-secteur-du-conseil-va-recruter-4-000-jeunes-diplomes-en-2016-4846.php#xtor=CS2-11)

To become consultant, the PhD will have to familiarized with a very different work environment and highly selective

  • High failure rate…around 90% even outside McKinsey, BCG and Bain
  • This can be explained by specific recruiting processes that can surprise candidates, then a solid preparation is mandatory
Public Doctorant.e.s
Durée 3 Jours

English Speaking Courses

Management methods can increase the capacity of the doctoral candidates to manage their doctoral project successfully. Therefore, we offer the workshop « Management of the doctoral project » to first-year PhD candidates.

Public Doctorants 1ère - Toutes disciplines
Durée 1,5 jours
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Une formation innovante au croisement des politiques publiques et des technologies de rupture, mixant chercheurs.euses en doctorat et étudiant.e.s en politique publique de Sciences Po.

The dynamics of public decision is playing out in a rapidly changing environment. Humanity is facing new challenges in a more complex and open world. New technologies, new constraints on resources, and, therefore, new sources of benefits and conflicts emerge. These new technologies challenge the process of decision making in completely new ways. What to do, for instance, with: artificial intelligence, geo-engineering, genetic engineering or the massive accumulation of private data? Future policy makers need to be aware on how scientists think about those issues and interact with the rest of the society. This course provides an in-depth analysis of these questions with scientists who introduce the main above-listed technological and digital topics, and the associated challenges raised for public policy. Students will be invited to draw their own conclusions through questioning on how science may influence public decisions.

English Speaking Courses

Parcours sélectif (voir Dates et infos pratiques)

Public D2 - D3 - toutes disciplines
Durée 1 jour
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