A multicultural campus in an historic French city

Just a 45-minute train ride from Paris, the Sciences Po campus in Reims combines a historical legacy with modern facilities to offer an exceptional environment for study. Student numbers are deliberately small, with roughly 800 students, enabling the development of a strong sense of community and the provision of high quality student services.

The Reims 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, the University of British Columbia and the University of Sydney. The campus also welcomes exchange students wishing to enhance their international profiles with one of four certificate awarding programmes.

This summer, from July 9-23, the Reims campus 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 find out more about Sciences Po, experience college life and meet the academics at one of France’s leading universities.
 
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“You can pick up Sciences Po's wifi connexion from the beach!”

Hardy Hewson, a British student in the second year of the dual Bachelor’s programme between Columbia and Sciences Po, describes his time on the Menton campus, from classes specialised in the Mediterranean and the Middle East to parties on the beach and playing rugby in the town where Webb Ellis, the sport’s founder, lies in rest.

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“The question of ethics hasn’t been sufficiently addressed”

“The question of ethics hasn’t been sufficiently addressed”

In the run up to the French presidential election, the famous weekly Paris Match invited international students from the Sciences Po Undergraduate College to shed some light on the words that matter to them in politics. Lukas Hochscheidt, 19, a German student in the dual Bachelor's degree programme with Freie Universität Berlin on the Nancy campus, chose the word ‘ethics’.

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Fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac at Sciences Po

Fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac at Sciences Po

On 7 April, fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac delivered a masterclass at Sciences Po. Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, who has designed clothes for Rihanna and Lady Gaga, is renowned for his colourful and eccentric style. The designer spent two hours with students discussing his career path; experiences, achievements and uncertainties.
 
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Sciences Po will help your job search

Sciences Po will help your job search

Sciences Po has put together thirteen online mini-modules to help graduates hit the workforce running. Learn how to prepare for your job interview, make the most of your internship, take stock of your skills, define your career plan, manage your online reputation, and much more. All the modules are available for free.

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“When 'Gomorra' came out, it was met by a deafening silence.”

“When 'Gomorra' came out, it was met by a deafening silence.”

On 29 March, Italian author Roberto Saviano was at Sciences Po for the Italissimo festival to talk about literature, ethics and philosophy. Ten years after the publication of his best-seller Gomorra, Roberto Saviano invited students to reflect on the weight of words in the current era of immediacy and social networks. He also insisted on the need for Europe to adjust the rules of the economic game if it wants to combat organised crime. Watch the video.

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“If we want to empower women, we also need to redefine the notion of masculinity.”

“If we want to empower women, we also need to redefine the notion of masculinity.”

In March, four student associations on the Reims campus; Politiqu’elles, HeForShe, SAGA, and The Feminist Society joined forces to celebrate Gender Equality Week. The objective was to bring students together to address gender equality issues such as women in politics and business; to revisit feminism and notions of masculinity; and to reflect upon fundamental questions about sexuality. Watch the video with the student organisers of Gender Equality Week in Reims.

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