Sciences Po for all

True to its commitment to openness, Sciences Po offers online courses available to everyone.

MOOCS

Through these courses, anyone seeking to learn can take advantage of lectures with the same multidisciplinary and international character, originality and high academic quality as the courses offered at Sciences Po. All our MOOCS are available for free.

Espace Mondial, a French vision of Global Studies, by Bertrand Badie

How are global perspectives reshaping public action and social behaviours?

  • 12 sessions. This course is intended for a wide audience.
  • English version available on Coursera.

International migrations: a global issue, by Catherine de Wenden

How can we address issues that defy traditional distinctions between science, morality, politics and society?

  • 6 sessions. This course is intended for students.
  • MOOC available in English and French on FUN

Cities Are Back in Town: Urban Sociology for a Globalizing Urban World, by Patrick Le Galès

How can we better understand models of urban analysis in the social sciences and fully grasp today’s urban development issues?

  • 8 sessions. This course is intended for students.
  • MOOC available in English, Spanish and French on Coursera. 

Politics and Economics of International Energy, by Giacomo Luciani

How can we better understand the social, economic and political impact of energy resource issues? 

  • 8 sessions. This course is intended for a wide audience. 
  • MOOC available in English on Coursera

Geopolitics of Europe, by Sylvain Kahn

In search of a dynamic approach to address issues and tensions within the European Union, as well as the EU's interaction with the rest of the world.

  • Progressive learning course including 6 sessions, 6 serious games, a forum, videos, soundcloud tracks and maps.
  • This course is intended for a wide academic and professional audience
  • MOOC available in English and French on Coursera
  • 13,500 registrations for "Espace Mondial"
  • 9,700 registrations for "Politics & Economics of International Energy"
  • 8,000 registrations for "Cities are Back in Town"
  • 4,000 registrations for "Geopolitics of Europe"
Sciences Po students in the library

Digital campus

For the past 10 years, Sciences Po has been working to incorporate digital tools into its teaching: shared work spaces, eCourses, learning platform, online cartography library, controversy mapping, etc. As such, it was only natural for the institution to turn towards the MOOC format and new possibilities in the field of educational innovation.