The excellence of the education given at Sciences Po is mirrored by the geography of its seven campuses: located in the heart of French cities with a strong historical heritage, they offer an exceptional living environment that encourages intellectual exchanges and the concentration of talent.
Paris: in the heart of the legendary Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighbourhood, near the Assemblée Nationale [National Assembly] and French Government Ministries, the Paris campus is an integral part of the illustrious history of the French capital.
Reims: in the city where the kings of France were crowned, in a 17th century architectural complex, undergraduate students focus on transatlantic relations.
Le Havre: France's major commercial port, founded in the 16th century, is home to the Normandy campus, located in the Centre de Commerce International. It caters for undergraduates with a particular interest in Asia.
Dijon: in the capital of Burgundy, in a lovely 19th century building, undergraduate students follow a curriculum centred on Europe.
Nancy: the former capital of the Dukes of Lorraine is the home of the Nancy campus, which caters for undergraduates focusing on French-German studies.
Poitiers: in the city that was traditionally the gateway to the Iberian Peninsula, the campus receives undergraduates in the Latin America programme in the 15th century Chaboureau hotel particulier.
Menton: students who have chosen the Middle East and Mediterranean programme are received in Menton, at the heart of the French Riviera.