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Sarah Kichenassamy: Guadeloupean franchise at Sciences Po Paris

Sarah Kichenassamy: Guadeloupean franchise at Sciences Po Paris

During this holiday period, many students come to recharge their batteries in the country. A respite for a fresh start next month, this is the case of Sarah Kishinasamy. Young Guadeloupean, winner of the Faustin-Fléret High School competition, in Morne-à-l’eau in 2017, successfully completed her Master’s degree at Sciences Po Paris. Today, it pursues new ambitions.


Sarah Kishinasamy has been graduating from the Faculty of Political Sciences in Paris since June 24, and she shares these few days of rest between family leisure and the final procedures of the upcoming school year to prepare the National School of the Judiciary. Today, she measures her career and interest by passing the Faustin-Fléret High School competition in 2017, an unforgettable experience.

Sarah Kishinsami, a graduate of the Institute of Political Studies in Paris

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Entering judicial school now remains the 23-year-old’s priority. You’d like to become a prosecutor later. In the meantime, she would like to share her experience with young people who want to embark on long studies.

Sarah Kishinsami, a graduate of the Institute of Political Studies in Paris

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Will and determination is the pride of the Sarah family.

Lillian Naipaul, Sarah’s grandmother

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Sarah’s mother, Rosalie

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Sarah, who has a master’s degree in organization and human resource management, now in her pocket, will return to Paris next Monday. Objective: School of Elimination, another challenge that clearly demonstrates Guadeloupe’s desire to succeed.

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