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GRC Sciences Po

About our Chapter

The Global Research and Consulting (GRC) Group is an internationally-oriented educational non-profit with an expansive network of students from universities all over the world. Our mission is to drive global social impact change and empower students to become responsible future leaders, and we have completed over 60 projects with past clients including UNESCO, World Bank, Wikipedia, Oxfam, WWF, and many more.

As a part of the GRC, you become part of a powerful and growing network of current students and alumni who have gone on to work at McKinsey, BCG, and Bain in the consulting sphere, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley in the financial services industry, Silverlake, Bain Capital, and Point72 on the buy-side, as well as at the United Nations and various social impact non-profits.


GRC Sciences Po was founded in 2020 and has since worked multiple projects with three different clients ranging from donor scoping to economic analysis and strategic advisory. Being the leading European university for Political Studies, our members boast versatile work experiences and diverse international background. Sciences Po's undergraduate college is split into seven campuses, each incorporating a unique regional specialisation in their studies. So far, we have been able to work with students from the Middle Eastern and Asian tracks, and we plan on growing as a chapter to utilise this intellectual potential to the benefit of our clients and services. 


Active Members


Female Members


Different Languages spoken fluently

Meet our Team


Lionel Chambon

"GRC has given me the unique opportunity to work on meaningful and empowering projects across the world with people from very different backgrounds, allowing me to grow both professionally and personally.

Majoring in economics and studying with a specialisation to the Middle East, I have always been fascinated by the links between economic circumstances and political outcomes, particularly the case of Middle Eastern authoritarianism."




Wang Di


"Being part of GRC has allowed me to approach the most pressing issues of today in an engaged, critical, and collaborative manner."

Wang Di is a second year student at Sciences Po majoring in Economy and Society with a regional concentration on the Middle East and North Africa. 


Gabrielle Hodes

Director of Chapter Development


Leander Heblich

Co-President of Project Development

Our Clients