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Students from the Political Studies Institute of Paris visit the Fundación Tres Culturas as part of their academic programme

29/01/19

This institution chose the city of Seville as the location of its student congress, which was attended by around 190 students who took part in various activities including a conference by historian Romain Bertrand, a discussion table, and screening of a documentary by Quentin Ravelli (Bricks, 2017) followed by a debate with the director.

Popularly known as Sciences Po, the Political Studies Institute of Paris was founded in 1872 and is now one of the most prestigious institutions of social and political sciences at an international level, with former students including politicians and thinkers such as Pompidou, Mitterrand, Hollande, Macron or Chirac, among others.

 

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