Dual degree with the University of British Columbia

A dual BA programme is being offered jointly by Sciences Po and the University of British Columbia. Admission decisions will be made collaboratively by both institutions.

International mobility and an overseas experience are invaluable assets for all young graduates starting a career.  Students can acquire such experience in the dual degree collaboratively delivered by the Faculty of Arts & the Sauder School of Business of the University of British Columbia (UBC) and the College Universitaire at Sciences Po.

Admission process 

Applicants living outside of France or completing a foreign secondary curriculum in France

Applicants to this dual degree programme must apply through UBC. All relevant information to the admission procedure is handled exclusively by UBC.

The admission process includes eligibility based on academic achievements. The application will be assessed exclusively for the dual BA.

Candidates who have been deemed eligible will be invited meet before a panel of representatives (PDF, 137 Ko) from Sciences Po and UBC.

Please read carefully for further details on the admission process and deadlines.

If you wish to apply also to a Sciences Po undergraduate degree programme, you need to submit your application via the Sciences Po International Undergraduate Admissions procedure.

Applicants completing a French Baccalauréat in France

Applicants completing a French Baccalauréat in France must read the additional information on the French version of this page.

Interviews

Candidates who apply both to the Dual BA and to a Sciences Po undergraduate programme may be invited to two different interviews.

Degrees

Students accepted to the program will work towards both a Bachelor Degree at Sciences Po, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree or a Bachelor of Commerce Degree at the University of British Columbia (UBC).

Like other Sciences Po students new degree-holders will then be able to matriculate for the Masters programme of their choice in compliance with the relevant selection criteria.