A multicultural campus in an historic French city

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.

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Inside COP22

Inside COP22

On 18 and 19 November 2016 on the Sciences Po campus in Reims, 125 students played out COP 22 as the real negotiations unfolded in Marrakech. Over the two-day period, political science students from around the world discovered the finer points of environmental diplomacy for themselves as they advanced assiduously towards an agreement.
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“I want to work with communities that I'm not familiar with and try to solve problems together

“I want to work with communities that I'm not familiar with and try to solve problems together"

Libertad Sobrado started volunteering with non-profit organisations when she was at high school in Costa Rica. She has been involved in various initiatives to help improve living conditions for local populations through recycling, environmental protection and education. Libertad looks at her studies at Sciences Po as a way to further her engagement. The fourth in our series #FirstYearsScPo.

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"At Sciences Po, you learn tolerance"

Alexander Stathopoulos comes from a mixed French and Greek background. As he starts his studies at Sciences Po, he is looking forward to meeting others with differing views in a context of free thinking and discussion. The third in our series #FirstYearsScPo.

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"I met students I would like to work with in the future"

Japanese, economics and Asia. Samuel Flambard's three passions naturally led him to the Sciences Po campus in Le Havre. Here, some 250 students from around the world take the Undergraduate College programme in English with a special focus on the countries of Asia. As president of the Bureau des Élèves, or student bureau, on a campus with nearly 60 percent international students, Samuel knows what "multicultural" means on a day-to-day basis.

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"Looking for the meaning behind appearances"

Sophie Rochefort Guillouet has been teaching history and art history on the Le Havre campus since it opened in 2007. Her classes are very popular, and given her infectious enthusiasm and the dozens of cultural references that pepper her conversation, it's easy to understand how two hours spent with her would make you more cultivated. Interview with a professor who makes ideas travel.

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“This programme has changed the way I look at a menu”

“This programme has changed the way I look at a menu”

In June 2016, Sciences Po ran a summer programme with the National University of Singapore (NUS) called "Comparative Cultural Rhetorics Academy: Rhetoric and Food". This two-week programme started in Singapore and ended on the Sciences Po campus in Reims. Beverly Goh Ting Xuan was one of the nine students from NUS.

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