Last stop before Davos

Last stop before Davos

The day before the World Economic Forum, international leaders stopped in Paris to meet Sciences Po students during the Youth&Leaders Summit.

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Pre-College Summer School

This summer, from July 9-23, Sciences Po will open its doors to secondary school students from around the world as part of the Summer School’s Pre-College Programme. This programme is an opportunity to discover Sciences Po and experience college life and academics at one of France’s leading universities.

Thinking of applying to the Sciences Po Undergraduate College?

On Wednesday 25 January at 3 pm (Paris time), watch the live Q&A session with undergraduate students and Sciences Po representatives.

●    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? 
●    What does it cost?


The Sciences Po School of Public Affairs is launching a public policy incubator to train students in developing innovative and robust public policy solutions. Prioritising citizen experience and the development of new start-ups, the programme combines expertise in engineering, design, digital technology and the social sciences to transform policies.
The incubator's partners include Facebook, for whom this is a first partnership with a higher education project, Harvard, the Global Public Policy Network and the municipality of the City of Paris.

Sciences Po is the second most popular French university for Erasmus students

In 2017, the Erasmus programme celebrates its 30th anniversary. Each year, more than 600 Erasmus students representing more than 50 nationalities choose one of Sciences Po’s seven campuses in France for their study abroad, making Sciences Po the second most popular French university for Erasmus students, just after the University of Strasbourg*. Why do so many Erasmus students choose Sciences Po?

Michael Sandel
I worry about the frustration generated by democratic politics everywhere

Michael Sandel, April 2016 at Sciences Po