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- All you need to know about the Sciences Po Undergraduate College
On Monday, 26 November 2018 at 2 pm (Paris time), undergraduate students and Sciences Po representatives will take part in an online Q&A session.
- What do you learn at the Sciences Po Undergraduate College?
- Is it possible to study entirely in English?
- How do I apply through the international admissions procedure?
- What is life like on the Sciences Po campuses in France?
- How much does it cost?
- What are the opportunities for graduates?
Discover Sciences Po
- Sciences Po Open House Days ©Sciences Po
Are you a high school student hoping to apply to Sciences Po? Teaching, programmes, campus life: come and ask us all your questions at one of the Open House Days on our six regional campuses. A unique opportunity to meet the students, lecturers, and course leaders of the Sciences Po Undergraduate College.
The dates for your agendas
- Nancy Campus: Thursday 25 October 2018 / Discover the programme (FR)
- Dijon Campus: Saturday 17 November 2018 / Discover the programme (FR)
- Menton Campus: Saturday 17 November 2018 / Discover the programme (FR)
- Poitiers Campus: Saturday 17 November 2018 / Discover the programme (FR)
- Reims Campus: Saturday 24 November 2018 / Discover the programme (FR)
- Le Havre Campus: Saturday 24 November 2018 / Discover the programme (FR)
For security reasons, the Paris Campus will not be receiving visitors.
Prepare your visit
Extending your visit
If you find you still have questions for us, Sciences Po will be going live to answer more queries at 19:30 on Wednesday 14 November via Campus-Channel.
You’ll have an hour to quiz us on everything you need to know about the Undergraduate College.
How to Apply
Already convinced? Get all you need to know about our admissions procedures.
You can follow the Open House Days on Twitter with the hashtag #ScPoJPO
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Eve Isambourg, a third-year Sciences Po student, launched the #ISpeakBlueToo movement, and this summer spoke at the United Nations as an Ocean Ambassador
- Eve Isambourg, Ocean Ambassador ©Eve Isambourg
This week is Oceans Week at Sciences Po and alongside a series of events on the topic, we spoke to Eve Isambourg, a third year undergraduate student and ocean activist. After two years of study at the Sciences Po Paris campus, Eve spent her third year abroad raising awareness of oceanic issues around the world. The last stop on her mission: a conference of the UN in New York.
“If someone had told me,"Eve, this summer you will be speaking at the UN to defend the ocean," I would never have believed it. But, it turns out that the most unexpected paths open up to those who fight to achieve it, and then, meetings multiply, opportunities arise, projects are born, and the virtuous circle is engaged.”
A few months ago, Eve Isambourg was still a second-year student taking her exams in environmental governance and oceanic issues. Last May she decided that she would spend her third year abroad on a mission she would dedicate to the planet. It was on Twitter that Eve launched the #IspeakBlueToo movement, in support of International Ocean Day, on 8 June, 2018. Several thousand people raised their voices for a global cause, to stand up for the blue planet that we inhabit. Today the #IspeakBlueToo movement is a growing human wave, a community of actors who are committed to protecting the oceans.
"When we hear that in 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in the oceans, yes, that worries me. But above all, it makes me want to raise my voice and take action!"
Of French origin, Eve grew up in Mauritius, and it is there that she first got involved with humanitarian work, by working as an intern for the local Let's Do It Foundation. She was put in charge of communications and public relations for the WorldCleanUpDay 2018, an event that received international attention on 15 September. More than 15 million people, gloves and bags in hand, united to clean up the planet. In Mauritius, more than 8000 people committed to more than 70 clean-ups, a first for the small Indian Ocean island! During that time, Eve received a phone call announcing that she had been selected to become an "Ocean & Climate Youth Ambassador" aboard the Peace Boat.
"After some internet research, it did not take me very long to understand that I needed to seize this unique opportunity! I am lucky to have a family and parents who support me in my projects and believe in me. So a few days later, I took off for Stockholm.” The programme: crossing the Atlantic, from Stockholm to New York, with stops in Copenhagen, Bergen, Reykjavik, and Halifax. There were seven young ambassadors of the Pacific Islands, the Indian Ocean and the Caribbean, there to raise their voices, to fight for justice. "When water rises, erosion is visible to the naked eye in front of our homes, so questioning climate change is not an option!"
On board, these young ambassadors had several jobs: "closed-session" discussions amongst themselves on various topics (global warming, coral bleaching, the erosion of biodiversity, geostrategy of the seas, plastic pollution...); presentations and conferences for the passengers of the ship (more than 1000 passengers travel on the Peace Boat, which travels around the world in three and a half months.) On top of this, at each of the various ports on the journey, volunteers held meetings with local actors, both public and private, engaged in the fight for a healthy environment and a clean and preserved ocean. "The experience was enriching on both a human and intellectual level. With no internet connection for three weeks, I enjoyed living the moment, learning more and more, sharing, meeting, discovering, it was truly awe-inspiring... This voyage opened my eyes; I met dozens of positive and committed people! I am extremely grateful." After docking their ship at its final wharf, the Ocean Ambassadors set off for the UN with a mission: to speak at the High-Level Political Forum conference. There, the youth of today, adults of tomorrow, raised their voices in an urgent invitation to act and unite.
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An exceptional scholarship programme for students from Sub-Saharan Africa
- Sarah Indahy Malgasy student ©Sciences Po
As of 2017, Sciences Po and the Mastercard Foundation provide full scholarships to students with great academic potential and limited financial resources. Over six years, this program will support 120 students from Sub-Saharan Africa admitted to its undergraduate, graduate and summer programs. This exceptional scholarship program aims to recruit talented students who aspire to shape the future of the African continent and help them develop their full potential.
Take a tour of the campuses and meet our new cohort of undergraduates
- Student from the Sciences Po Menton Campus ©Sciences Po
It’s the start of the academic year at Sciences Po, which means welcoming another cohort from across the globe to each of the seven undergraduate campuses. What do our students think of their new university? Why did they choose Sciences Po and what do they hope to achieve before the end of their studies? Hear their responses.
The Undergraduate College
Sciences Po offers a three-year Bachelor of Arts degree with a multidisciplinary foundation in the humanities and social sciences and an emphasis on civic, linguistic, artistic and digital education. Undergraduates spend their first two years on one of Sciences Po’s seven campuses, at Dijon, Le Havre, Nancy, Menton, Paris, Poitiers, and Reims, before pursuing their third year at any of its 470 partner universities abroad. They can also opt to spend their time abroad completing an internship.
On each of the campuses, undergraduate students are introduced to the disciplines and methods central to Sciences Po’s pedagogy: economics, history, humanities, law, political science, and sociology. Certain courses are related to the regional focus of the campus.
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