Rosalyn Jeffries, 19, was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. After graduating from San Mateo High School in the United States, she joined the first cohort of the Sciences Po-UC Berkeley dual BA programme in 2016.More
On 2 September 2017, current students, alumni, faculty and members of Sciences Po staff came together to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Sciences Po campus in Le Havre. In the video, students and alumni talk about life on the campus, present and past.More
On Friday 25 August, parents of first-year students on the Sciences Po campus in Le Havre came from all over the world to attend Welcome Parents Day. Parents were given a tour of the Le Havre campus, which is located on the Normandy coast, and met with the campus director and staff.
Following an information session where they were able to discuss their questions and concerns, parents were shown areas of interest near campus, including the cliffs of Étretat.
The Sciences Po Campus of Le Havre is one of seven campuses and offers the Europe-Asia programme, which is taught in English with intensive French language study. In addition, the campus offers Dual Bachelor’s degrees with Columbia University, Keio University, the National University of Singapore, the University of British Columbia, the University of California Berkeley, the University of Hong Kong, and the University of Sydney.More
The recent redesign of the Sciences Po Bachelor's degree programme reaffirms a commitment to the principles of humanism and scientific intellectual inquiry. The four key points below outline what first year students at the Undergraduate College can expect to find.More
While many students will be enjoying their last days of vacation at the end of August, Sciences Po students will be starting the new academic year. Some students will be taking their first steps as freshmen while others will be returning to familiar ground. It's an important time marked by the different official start dates of the new academic year for each of the Undergraduate College campuses and the seven graduate schools. Find the complete program and get updates about the new academic year on Twitter via the hashtag #RentréeScpo.More
Interagir is a student association at the Sciences Po Campus of Reims which aims to help local organisations that are already taking care of refugees. For the past semester, the association organised weekly sessions on campus where students could help refugees in Reims with French language acquisition and acclimation to French culture. American student Alexa Boncimino, who is pursuing the Dual Bachelor's Degree with Columbia University, shares her experience with the Interagir community below.More
Lukas Drammeh was born in Hamburg, Germany, and has lived in multiple countries in West Africa. He attended the Sciences Po Campus of Reims, where he pursued the Europe-Africa programme. Former president of the BDE (Bureau des Élèves) and captain of the Europe-Africa basketball team, Lukas is about to embark on his third year abroad, during which he will matriculate to UNC Chapel Hill in the United States.More
Lukáš Macek, the energetic Czech director of the Dijon campus, which focuses on Central and Eastern Europe, has seen the institution grow with—or despite—the contrary winds blowing across the continent.More
Uddeshya Nigam, who comes from India, will attend the Sciences Po Campus of Le Havre this fall, where he will pursue the Europe-Asia programme. The third in our 2017 #FirstYearsScPo. Read the interview below.More