Dijon, the regional capital of Burgundy, is a dynamic city with a rich cultural history, boasting a historic centre featuring medieval churches and half-timbered houses.


The Sciences Po Dijon campus is housed in a handsome 19th century building near Place Darcy. Students - from France, Central and Eastern Europe and even farther afield - come to Dijon to study the European Union, with a particular focus on the countries of Central and Eastern Europe.

This program illustrates Sciences Po’s continuing interest in studying democratic transition in Central Europe, which was initiated by researchers at the Centre of International Research. It has also strengthened the school’s longstanding ties with the Czech Republic and Poland.




The Dijon Undergraduate Programme features:


  • a curriculum on the EU and Central and Eastern Europe
  • the opportunity to study a Central European language (Polish, Czech or Hungarian)
  • the opportunity to master Russian
  • a programme with intensive French classes (for students with a basic French level)
  • 157 students from 23 countries