No, the BASc curriculum does not include any regional focus. Regarding language courses, priority will be given to English. Once you reach a B2 level in English, you may study another of the languages taught on the Reims campus.
No, candidates are only permitted to select one dual degree programme on their Sciences Po application form. However, if you are also applying to an international dual degree at one of the six dual degree programmes that require candidates to apply through the partner institution and not Sciences Po, in this case alone, you will be permitted to submit two separate application forms.
The final BASc degree is the culmination of a mandatory dual curriculum in the sciences and liberal arts. It cannot, therefore, be awarded to students who have not obtained a valid undergraduate degree in science from one of the two partner universities.
The mathematic requirements of the BASc vary depending on each course: for the dual degree in Liberal Arts and Earth Sciences, offered on Sciences Po’s Paris Campus, students must demonstrate excellent mathematic ability within a scientific course of secondary education. However, for the dual degree in Liberal Arts and Life Sciences, offered on the Reims Campus, it is not mandatory for students to have completed a scientific course. They must, above all, be able to demonstrate their curiosity for issues relating to the environment, biodiversity, and the challenges of ecological transition.
Your first two years of study will be split between Sciences Po and the University of Paris (UP) or between Sciences Po and the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne (URCA), depending on the dual degree you have chosen. You will spend your third year studying abroad at one of Sciences Po’s international partner institutions, before returning to France for a fourth year of study at the BASc partner university (i.e. either UP or URCA)
The tuition fees operate in the same way as for our other dual degrees with French partner institutions, in that students must pay the fees set by both the universities at which they are enrolled. During their third year abroad, students of the dual degree can benefit from the mobility grants offered at Sciences Po. For all students in their fourth year, in the case that a significant proportion of teaching is conducted at the partner university, Sciences Po will reduce its own tuition fees.
In French, with a gradual increase of classes in English as you progress through the course.
No, in order for your application to be considered for this programme in collaboration with the partner institution (either the Institut de physique du globe de Paris, University of Paris or the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne), you must select the course as your first choice and validate the place via our online application form.
When submitting your application form on the Sciences Po Admissions site, you will be able to highlight a first and second choice of course: the first being one of the courses of the BASc and the second being Sciences Po’s standard Bachelor of Arts programme at any of the university’s six regional campuses.
No, applications to the BASc programme will be made via the list of courses offered at Sciences Po alone.
Yes, an application to either of the BASc dual degree programmes at Reims or Paris must always be selected as your first choice. For your second choice, you may select the standard BA programme at any of the seven campuses.
Yes, but depending on the programme you must submit either one or two online applications.
If you apply to the Dual Bachelor Degree with Freie Universität Berlin, the University of Hong Kong or Keio University, you only need to submit one application through Sciences Po, you must select the Dual Degree as a first choice of programme as well as one of our undergraduate programmes as a second choice.
For any other Dual Bachelor Degree: Columbia University, National University of Singapore, University of Sydney, University of British Columbia, and University College London, you must submit two applications. One on the website of the partner university for the dual degree and the other on the Sciences Po website in which you will be able to select one of our undergraduate programmes.