A scholarship for students in the dual programmes with Columbia and Berkeley

On 20 July 2016, AXA and Sciences Po launched the Henri de Castries Scholarship, a new merit-based scholarship for French and American students enrolled in the Sciences Po-Columbia University Dual BA program and the Sciences Po-UC Berkeley Dual degree program.

The $260,000 donation will provide students with an annual scholarship of $10,000.
The first Henri de Castries Scholarship will be awarded in 2017 and will continue to be offered on an annual basis.

For more information on eligibility and the application process, visit the webpage dedicated to the Henri de Castries Scholarship.

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Sciences Po offers a wide range of financial aid for students from all backgrounds, and 30 percent of the student body holds a scholarship. Learn more about tuition fees and financial aid at Sciences Po.

Learn more about dual degrees at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

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