Academic affairs websites

Everything you need to know about your studies at Sciences Po

Welcome website

www.sciencespo.fr/welcome/en

Intended for all new Sciences Po students, the homepage is an online orientation guide containing practical information for preparing to live and study at Sciences Po. 

The main headings contain information about arriving on campus, daily life in France and on campus, academic life, student life, and, coming soon, student opportunities from our partners.

Admissions website

www.sciencespo.fr/admissions/en

This site contains all the information you need concerning admission to Sciences Po: the different admissions procedures to the College, Master’s and double degree programs, access to application files, admissions calendars, and all other necessary information for applying to Sciences Po.

Student life website

www.sciencespo.fr/vie-etudiante/en

The student life team, all you need to know about disability and accessibility at Sciences Po, sports and art activities, student representatives in the administration, student organizations, etc. 

Academic affairs portal

formation.sciences-po.fr/en

On this site, you will find general information to assist you in your (current or future) studies at Sciences Po: registration and enrolment calendar, language courses, student housing, scholarship and disability services.

Undergraduate College portal

college.sciences-po.fr/en/node/23 (partly in French)

This site brings together general information related to Sciences Po’s Undergraduate College, with access to the sites of all seven of its campuses: Paris (general curriculum, double-degree programs with Parisian universities, Europe-Africa experimental program), Dijon (Europe, Central and Eastern Europe focus), Le Havre (Europe-Asia), Menton (Middle East, Mediterranean), Nancy (Europe, Franco-German focus), Poitiers (Europe-Latin America), and Reims (Europe-US).

Master’s programs portal

master.sciences-po.fr/en/

This site provides general information related to the wide range of Master’s programs offered by Sciences Po. You will find a brief description, a list of course offerings, and contact information (academic coordinators, assistants, etc.) for each program.

Office of International Affairs and Exchanges website

international.sciences-po.fr/en

More than 40% of Sciences Po students come from abroad. Every student is required to spend their third year studying outside of France. The Office of International Affairs and Exchanges is responsible for Sciences Po’s international policy. Its site also encompasses the four regional campuses (Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa, Middle-East) and the Student Exchange Center.

Doctoral School website

www.sciencespo.fr/ecole-doctorale/en

This site presents all of the Master’s and doctoral (PhD) programs offered by Sciences Po’s Doctoral School (general information, program descriptions, course offerings for the various programs, contacts, etc.), as well as the post-doctoral certification to direct research (HDR).

Career Services website

carrieres.sciencespo.fr/index.php/en/

The Career Services' mission is to accompany Sciences Po students and graduates on their professional path, starting from the first year as Undergraduates and until two years after graduation.

Executive Education website

www.sciencespo.fr/executive-education/en

The Office of Executive Education at Sciences Po offers customized programs, both mini-courses and degree-granting, designed to develop the professional skills of each and every participant. As with its traditional degree programs, Sciences Po’s programs for executives and managers foster a sense of responsibility, intellectual curiosity, and a capacity to engage with complexity.

Alumni website

www.sciences-po.asso.fr/ (FR)

Sciences Po and the Sciences Po Alumni Association encourage all alumni to stay in touch with their alma mater after graduation, by creating professional support networks and getting involved in the life of the school.