Sciences Po - College universitaire : welcome
Sciences Po Undergraduate College has seven campuses across France: the campus of Paris (general studies and dual degree programmes with French partner universities), Dijon (Central and Eastern Europe programme), Le Havre (Europe-Asia programme), Menton (Middle East and Mediterranean programme), Nancy (European Franco-German programme), Poitiers (Europe Latin-America programme), and Reims (Europe North America programme, Europe-Africa programme). Of the 4000 students across the seven campuses, one-third study on regional campuses.
Click on the different cities to watch a video presentation of each campus
The three year undergraduate programme includes a compulsory third year abroad. The multidisciplinary programme rooted in the fundamentals (economy, law, history, sociology, political sciences, literary and social sciences, arts) places great importance on methodology.
In a world where knowledge is rapidly evolving, imagination, invention, innovation and adaptability are essential tools. Sciences Po’s Undergraduate College curriculum develops student’s intellectual courage, capacity to confront challenges, and ability to navigate complexity.
Sciences Po ranks highly among international competitors. Over seventy different nationalities study on one of its campuses. This international openness can be explained by the compulsory third year internship or study abroad with one of 400 partner universities. Sciences Po’s international reputation was reinforced by the launch of international dual degree programmes with Columbia University, University College London, Keio University and the Europe-Africa programme on the campus of Paris.
Actualités / News
Une formation plus ancrée dans les humanités, la création de trois majeures, une reconnaissance de l’engagement citoyen des étudiants : telles sont les évolutions de la formation du bachelor en sciences humaines et sociales de Sciences Po (1er cycle). Ces nouveautés seront mises en place dès... (suite)
“What do we learn at Sciences Po?”, “Are all the courses in English?”, “Why choose Sciences Po rather than another university?”, “What is the best way to prepare for the interview?”, “Is accommodation available on campus?”, “What... (suite)
On Wednesday 25 January, undergraduate students and Sciences Po representatives took part in an online question and answer session. Hear from undergraduate students talking about their experience at Sciences Po. (suite)