The seven campuses are located in cities boasting exceptional historical and cultural heritage. The campuses are home to a tight-knit multicultural student community and feature a vibrant intellectual and associative student life.
Located in the region of Burgundy in a magnificent 19th century building, the Dijon campus was created in 2001. It hosts students enrolled in the European - Central and Eastern Europe undergraduate programme, and in the dual Bachelor’s degree with UCL.
Le Havre campus
Located on the coast of Normandy, Le Havre has hosted a campus since 2007.
Located today in a building overlooking the port, the Le Havre campus offers the Europe-Asia undergraduate programme, and the dual Bachelor’s degrees with Columbia University, Hong Kong University, Keio University, the National University of Singapore, UBC and UC Berkeley.
Established in the French Riviera city of Menton in 2005, the campus is located in an entirely renovated 19th century building overlooking the Mediterranean.
It hosts students enrolled in the Middle East - Mediterranean undergraduate programme and in the dual Bachelor's degrees with Columbia University, Hong Kong University, the National University of Singapore, UBC, UCL and UC Berkeley.
Established in the region of Lorraine in 2000, the Nancy campus is located in a prestigious 18th century heritage site, the Hôtel des Missions Royales.
The Nancy campus hosts students enrolled in the European Franco-German undergraduate programme and the dual Bachelor’s degrees with Freie Universität Berlin and UCL.
7 campuses, 1 Bachelor's degree
Each campus has its specificities, but they all offer the same bachelor's degree. Master's and doctoral programmes are only offered on the Paris campus.
Located in the heart of the French capital in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighbourhood nearby the Louvre Museum, the Seine and the Luxembourg Gardens, the Paris campus is the birthplace of Sciences Po, the site where the institution was founded in 1872. The Paris campus hosts undergraduate students enrolled in the general curriculum programme, the dual Bachelor’s degree with UCL as well as all Master's students and PhD candidates.
Opened in 2010, the campus is located in the heart of the historic city of Poitiers in the Hôtel Chaboureau, a renovated building dating from the 15th century. It hosts students enrolled in the Europe-Latin America undergraduate programme and the dual Bachelor’s degree with UCL.
In the heart of the Champagne region, the Reims campus opened in September 2010 in the “Cité des Rois”. Located in a 17th century building, this campus hosts students enrolled in the Europe-North America undergraduate programme, the Europe-Africa undergraduate programme and the dual Bachelor’s degrees with Columbia University, Hong Kong University, the National University of Singapore, UBC and UC Berkeley. The Reims campus is the only campus offering a certificate-awarding exchange programme for students who wish to enhance their studies in international relations.