With a gradual increase to 1,600 students in 2018, the Reims Campus will become the largest undergraduate campus of the Sciences Po College.
The renovation of the historic buildings of the Reims Campus was recently completed. The 240 seat library and the 200 seat amphitheatre are only a few of the new facilities that will be available to studentsstarting in fall 2015. By 2016, a new building will host a 600 seats amphitheatre equipped with translation booths.More
Each year, students in the association RIMUN (Reims International Model United Nations) organise a mock United Nations debate on the Reims campus. For the 2015 edition, more than 300 students travelled from France and abroad to negotiate and build delegations, as if they were really at the UN. One of the most highly anticipated events of the year on the Reims campus, and a very valuable experience for all participants.More
Matthew Green is a British undergraduate student who recently enrolled in the Europe - North America programme at Sciences Po. He is also an excellence scholarship recipient. During our interview with him, he told us about his reasons for choosing, and his experiences in applying to Sciences Po. Matthew also offers his advice for future candidates and tells us of his plans for the future.More
Foreign Policy magazine ranks Sciences Po graduate educational offering in the top master's programmes for policy careers in International relations.More
What is Sciences Po? What do students learn? How is student life on campus? What about financial aid at Sciences Po? What do students do after graduation? Sciences Po’s new website provides students will all of the information they need to select a world-class university.More
Sciences Po hosts 13,000 students, half are international, representing 150 countries. International education, excellent academics, promising career prospects, vibrant student life, influential network… Discover ten of the many reasons why students from all over the world choose a Sciences Po education.More
Evina and Sadia are two undergraduate students at Sciences Po who are currently enrolled in the Middle Eastern and Mediterranean programme on the Menton campus. They directed a video on Menton, the pearl of the Mediterranean. Let's have a tour of the city's hidden streets with Evina.More