Admissions and accessibility

Accessible Sciences Po

Launched in 2008, the Accessible Sciences Po programme has enabled the implementation of a number of significant measures: acquisition of technical aids (hearing loops, furniture, adapted computers, etc.), and individualised support (personal care assistants, note-takers, readers/attendants).

The programme also provides scholarships to ensure that disability does not interfere with the 3rd year abroad. In 2016-2017 approximately 170 disabled students were enrolled at Sciences Po. In 2007 there were only 20.

If you need special accomodations during the selective admission procedure

You are an applicant to Sciences Po and hold a temporary or permanent disability. You need technical or personal assistance to stand for the admission interview. You must clearly indicate your special needs on your application. Please be sure to include some supporting material about your special needs.

Please note that if you hold a disability card, you are automatically exempted from all application fees. You must then include a copy of your card with your application.

You can also contact Marion Le Goff by email or by telephone at +33(0) 1 45 49 76 01.

If you need special accommodations for your studies

If you need special accommodations to be able to pursue your studies, please contact Claire Secondé by email or by telephone at +33 (0)1 45 49 51 19.

If you intend to request CROUS housing

Disabled applicants (80% disablement or greater) who intend to request housing from CROUS must complete the following steps before their application can be considered: 1- create a DSE file in the region where they are studying (the Academie de Paris, or other in the case of transfer); 2- contact  Catherine Swiecicki, the CROUS coordinator in charge of housing (tel: +33 (0) 1 44 27 35 05). These steps must be completed as early as possible.

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