Question: 
I am currently working or doing an internship and my contract runs beyond next summer. What end date should I enter in the 'work experience' section?
Réponse: 

In that case, you can enter September 1st of the current year; Should your application to Sciences Po be successful, remember to notify your supervisor in due course.

Question: 
Do I need to translate the transcripts I attach to my application?
Réponse: 

You must attach your transcripts in their original language. A translation may be required depending on the programme. This translation can be done by an official translator or by yourself.

Check the required supporting documents for the international graduate admission.

Question: 
How to provide my cumulative grade average ?
Réponse: 

In the Academic background section, you are required to enter your exact cumulative/final grade average for each university degree (Bachelor and Master level if adequate) in the dedicated box. 

If your degree is still in progress, please enter the average obtained to this date.

No conversion is required. You must write your average as it is, using the grading scale of your university. In the comment of the attachment, please specify the position of your average on the transcript.

Find out more about Cumulative/Final Grade Average.

Question: 
What transcripts should I attach to my application file?
Réponse: 

You must provide all transcripts from each year of higher education, including exchange programmes.

Question: 
Should I write my resume in English or French?
Réponse: 

Master's programmes: you must write your resume in French or English, according to the language of the programme you are applying for. 

One-year programmes: you must write your resume in English (except for SPEAP, resume to be attached in French). 

Dual degree programmes: you must write your resume in English only.

Question: 
Do I have to send the original of my degree certificate?
Réponse: 

No, please never send any original document by mail. You must attach all the required documents (in PDF) directly to your online application.

However, please note that, upon admission, the registrar may require to check the original documents in person. 

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