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International graduate admissions for the 2018 intake are now closed. Admissions for the 2019 intake will open in October 2018.
International graduate admissions
Through the international graduate admissions procedure, Sciences Po aims to attract students from all over the world.
The admission decision is based on the evaluation of the online application, including the documents which were provided.
Campus France : If you come from a country using the CEF procedure, please note that you cannot apply for Sciences Po through that procedure. In order to apply for Sciences Po you need to follow the steps and the calendar described on this website.
The deadline to apply for the 2018 intake is March 15, 2018.
Please check below for specific deadlines.
Admission decisions are announced on a rolling basis, from December through mid-June of every year. The specific date depends on when the application was submitted and may take upto 3 months to be notified. The earlier you submit your application, the sooner you will be notified of Sciences Po's decision.
If you are applying to a dual degree and to a regular graduate programme, you must respect the first deadline to come to term as your overall application deadline.
If you are applying for a scholarship, please check its application deadlines.
Scholarships application deadlines
Please note that the Master's application form must be completed and submitted by the scholarship deadline. Scholarship applications will not be considered if submitted after the deadline. Completed applications must include the required language tests.
- Emile-Boutmy scholarship: Closed for the 2018 intake.
- Eiffel scholarship: Closed for the 2018 intake.
For other scholarships deadlines, please check the page on financial aid.
Dual degree programmes with partner universities have different application deadlines. Please make sure you know the deadline of the programme you are applying for.
Joint Master in Journalism and International Affairs : There are no rolling admissions for this joint master's. Applications will be reviewed after the submission deadline (March 6, 2018).