No. It is the nationality of your undergraduate diploma that will be taken into account.
We do not apply a "first come, first served" policy. Our rolling admissions system allows us to select the best applicants throughout the year, whether at the beginning or towards the end of the admissions campaign.
You may apply if you have already obtained, or will obtain by the end of the current academic year, a Bachelor's degree or 180 ECTS credits.
Candidates from French peparatory classes (CPGE) may apply through our domestic procedure if they have completed a progressive course of study of at least three years providing a Bachelor level (licence/bac+3) equivalence, and have accumulated a minimum of 180 ECTS credits.
Yes, you can apply if one of the two averages obtained in your double Bachelor's degree meet our prerequisite. We recommend that you declare the higher average first.
However, please note that these are minimum requirements and that, as a result, we receive applications with much higher averages.
It depends on the degree(s) obtained during these studies. The international procedure is open to applicants who hold or will hold by the end of the current academic year:
- a non-French undergraduate degree (or 180 ECTS credits) from an institution located in France or abroad; or
- a non-French graduate degree from a country where universities do not award undergraduate degrees.
You cannot apply to a Master's programme through two different admission procedures the same year.
If you are enrolled in a half French, half non-French course of study (awarding a degree that is both French and non-French) and the majority of your transcripts have a French grading, then you must apply through the domestic procedure.
No, the procedure for admission in a one-year master’s programme only involves the assessment of an online application.
You have been involved in an exchange programme at Sciences Po, either at undergraduate or graduate level: You must apply through the procedure related to the nationality (French/non-French) of your undergraduate degree.