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The Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Undergraduate College of Menton focuses on political, economic and social issues in Mediterranean countries, the Middle East and the Gulf.

 

The campus’ multidisciplinary and fundamental teaching method consists of courses in Social Science (economics, law, history, sociology…), and courses specialized in the zone of the College’s interest (Political Economy of the Middle East, Geopolitics of the Middle East, History of the Arab-Islamic Civilization…) in three languages (French, Arabic and English), as well as language classes (English, Arabic, and French as second language, with the possibility for non-beginners to start Arabic and French).

 

The campus of Menton brings together international students from Europe, the Maghreb, the Middle East and the Gulf, as well as from the United States and Asia. It offers a curriculum in French and a complete curriculum in English, underpinned by the expertise of Sciences Po professors and researchers specialized in the Middle Eastern and Mediterranean zone, prestigious lecturers, and guest professors. Classes are complemented by extracurricular collective projects (Arabic publications, field trips in the Middle East, Spring School…). Located along the Mediterranean Sea, the Menton College provides international students with an ideal setting and exceptional living conditions, as well as personalized services and follow-up rendered possible by the small number of students on campus.

Actualités

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Le Plus Grand Musée de France : restauration du cadran solaire d'Henri Goetz

Le Plus Grand MusĂ©e de France est un projet lancĂ© et encadrĂ© par la Sauvegarde de l'Art Français, association reconnue d'utilitĂ© publique. Il s'inscrit dans le cadre des projets collectifs de Sciences Po, qui visent Ă  offrir aux Ă©tudiants une expĂ©rience formatrice sur le plan... (suite)




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Une ancienne de Menton reçoit le Prix Erignac

Alyette Tritsch a reçu dĂ©but fĂ©vrier le prix Claude Erignac pour son engagement citoyen en faveur de l'Ă©ducation des rĂ©fugiĂ©s et demandeurs d'asile. Elle est prĂ©sidente et co-fondatrice de l'association Kiron Paris. Retrouvez l'article (suite)




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Un engagement académique et civique renforcé pour le Bachelor

Une formation plus ancrĂ©e dans les humanitĂ©s, la crĂ©ation de trois majeures, une reconnaissance de l’engagement citoyen des Ă©tudiants : telles sont les Ă©volutions de la formation du bachelor en sciences humaines et sociales de Sciences Po (1er cycle). Ces nouveautĂ©s seront mises en place dès... (suite)




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Publication

Jana Jabbour, ancienne Ă©tudiante du campus de Menton, enseignante Ă  l'UniversitĂ© Saint-Joseph de Beyrouth et Ă  Sciences Po vient de publier son premier ouvrage : "La Turquie : l'invention d'une diplomatie Ă©mergente" aux Ă©ditions du CNRS.  (suite)




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Secondary school students ask all their questions to Sciences Po undergrads

“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)