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Interested in applying to a Master at PSIA? Watch this video to hear what our graduates say about what makes PSIA unique, and this video to get a taste of the variety of events offered by PSIA's platform for debate.
In order to obtain quick, helpful and professional answers to any questions you may have concerning admissions, please make sure to contact the right person.
The admissions department can provide you with advice on how to best seek admission, on the admissions procedure, language requirements, and fees.
PSIA’s academic advisors will assist you on specific details of each program, or in case you are hesitating between programs.
How to Apply
Please note that whilst PSIA is a Bilingual school, there is no French language test requirement for admission to any of the Master programs (except the Dual Degree with Paris 6).
Any information you need to apply for graduate studies at PSIA can be found on Sciences Po’s admissions website.
Here are the most useful links to the admissions website at a glance:
MDP Program Scholarships: On a competitive basis, a limited number of scholarships are awarded each year to MDP (Master in Development Practice) candidates (who are not eligible for the Emile Boutmy scholarship). These scholarships are awarded on the basis of need as well as merit. They range from partial to full tuition remission, and are valid for the entire year of study at Sciences Po upon sufficient academic performance (top 50% of class). They do not cover living expenses, books, or field training.
Emile Boutmy Scholarship offered by Sciences Po for international students outside of the European Union.
Eiffel Scholarship offered by the French Government for all international students, including EU students, with priority to candidates from emerging countries and above all to those who are underrepresented in French universities and higher education institutions: Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe and new members of the EU and the Middle East.
Civil Society Leadership Awards Scholarships for incoming students at a network of universities across Asia, the Middle East, Europe and North America, from selected countries who demonstrate both academic and professional excellence and have potential to become civil society leaders in their home communities.
The Joint Japan/ World Bank Scholarship Program: The World Bank, with funding from the Government of Japan, established the World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program for graduate studies in subjects related to social and economic development.
After having browsed this site, feel free to contact the admissions department for any further question on how to apply: http://www.sciencespo.fr/admissions/en/content/contact-us. You can also phone the call center for any information you may not have found on the website: Tel : + 33 (0)1 45 49 50 82
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For all question regarding PSIA programs, please do not contact the admissions department, rather, we encourage you to reach out to PSIA’s academic advisors and assistants for each master program:
One-year Master in Advanced Global Studies: Catarina Laranjeira
For all question regarding PSIA’s concentration programs, please visit: CONCENTRATIONS