The Europe-Asia Campusis situated in Le Havre on the French north coast, in the Normandy region. This city, a UNESCO World Heritage, has historic links to Asia, since Le Havre is the biggest trade port for entry of Asian merchandise in France.



The English-taught Europe-Asia Undergraduate programme addresses the relationship between Europe and Asia, in a multidisciplinary approach and a unique methodology to Sciences Po. During the three years of the programme, students will master at least French, English and one Asian language (Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Hindi or Indonesian), adding an international experience to students’ profiles and an enriching value to future career prospects.


The two years in Le Havre and the 3rd year abroad in one of our 400 partner universities or in an internship, allow the graduation from the Sciences Po Bachelor’s degree, which then automatically offers the possibility to join the Paris Campus for a Master’s programme, or to continue studies at another university in or outside France.


Le Havre Campus being truly international, we also offer two double Bachelor Programmes: one with Columbia’s School of General Studies (New-York), and one with Keio’s Department of Economics (Tokyo).



The Europe-Asia Programme is:


  • 225 students from 32 nationalities; an international faculty board of excellence.
  • A solid liberal arts curriculum on Asia and European related issues: history, economic models, law, political institutions, sociology, international relations, political philosophy. A wide range of options offered.
  • Asian languages taught from beginner to advanced level: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Hindi and Indonesian. French classes for non francophone students.
  • Personalised tutoring. An educational programme aimed at providing students with a broad grounding in social sciences, and at emphasizing methodological learning and promoting responsible attitudes.
  • Collective projects developed during the first year of studies, so as to develop teamwork and professional experience.
  • An active associative life: English Debating Society, Model United Nations, Arts Association, Students’ bureau, Sport Association, Community service
  • Conference cycles given by distinguished guests, i.e.: Ministers, politicians, academics, professionals.
  • Accommodation is organised for international students. Choice of four residences. The keys are given upon their arrival.
  • Sciences Po Welcome Association: creates links between families from Le Havre and Sciences Po students, to help them adapt to life far from their family.


The Europe-Asia Campus team would be very happy to answer any questions you might have.

Feel free to contact us on info.euro-asie@sciencespo.fr.
See you soon!




The procedure of international admission is now open.





Please don’t hesitate to contact us for further inquiries on info.euro-asie@sciencespo.fr; we would be very happy to answer your questions and accompany you in the process.




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