So it begins

Sciences Po undergraduates have just started their academic year at the Sciences Po Undergraduate College. These students come from many different backgrounds and they each have their own story to tell about their journey to our university. Why did they choose Sciences Po? What are their ambitions? Take a tour of our undergraduate campuses in France and meet the students.

About the Sciences Po Undergraduate College
Sciences Po offers a three-year Bachelor of Arts degree with a multidisciplinary foundation in the humanities and social sciences and an emphasis on civic, linguistic, artistic and digital education. Undergraduates spend their first two years on a Sciences Po campus before pursuing their third and final year at one of Sciences Po’s 470 partner universities abroad. They can choose to complement this international academic experience with an internship. The degree culminates with a capstone project.
On each of the campuses, undergraduate students are introduced to the disciplines and methods taught at Sciences Po–economics, history, humanities, law, political science, and sociology. Certain courses are related to the regional concentrations offered on each campus. Find out more about education at the Sciences Po Undergradate College
 

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Honorary doctorates: 3 exceptional individuals

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On 12 December, three new doctors honoris causa will join the ranks of Sciences Po’s honorary degree recipients, alongside such illustrious names as Vaclav Havel, Boutros Boutros Ghali and Lakhdar Brahimi. The 2017 cohort is exceptional in more than one respect. This year two women will receive honorary doctorates, joining Helen Wallace who in 2011 became the first woman to be awarded an honorary doctorate by Sciences Po. This year also marks the first time that Sciences Po has awarded an honorary doctorate to a scholar from sub-Saharan Africa. Find out more about these three outstanding individuals below.

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