Question: 
I am admitted, how do I finalize my enrolment?
Réponse: 

On our offer of admission, you will find your username (student ID) and a temporary password that will allow you to sign in to your student account and accept the offer.

Visit our Students website to learn more about your first administrative steps (access your online account, register, chose your classes, check the calendars, and all usefull information).

Read more about administrative procedures 

Question: 
I am newly admitted, who are my new contacts?
Réponse: 

If you have been admitted to Sciences Po, please check the Students website for information on your next steps, registration, tuition fees, health insurance, orientation programmes and more. 

If you need information on your registration (tuition fees, health insurance, student card...) please contact the Administrative registration's office through their online contact form.

If you have questions regarding scholarships and financial aid, student welfare and support as well as housing and residence permits please contact our Student services through their online contact form. 

The Admissions office call center only answers questions regarding admissions and ongoing applications (newly admitted students must refer to the Administrative registration office or the Student Services Office).

If you are an exchange student, please contact the International Affairs Office

If you are a new student and you have trouble accessing your student account, please contact the Helpdesk.

If you have special needs, please check the Accessibility page.

Question: 
What does conditional offer of admission mean?
Réponse: 

You have been admitted at Sciences Po on the condition that you prove the required language proficiency for the programme.

Applicants who have received a conditional offer of admission must provide their language test scores according to the language requirements before the given deadline. If you are unable to provide satisfactory language scores by then, your admission is no longer valid. 

There is no conditional admission for the dual degree programmes (with the only exception of the LSE) nor for applicants to Eiffel and Boutmy scholarships. 


Question: 
At what time of the year can I join Sciences Po?
Réponse: 

The academic year at Sciences Po begins between the end of August and mid-September, depending on the programmes. Only exchange students may begin in January (second semester).

For some programmes, mandatory orientation sessions are scheduled before classes start; We recommend you contact your academic advisor for more information.

Question: 
I need proof of my admission in order to obtain my visa, what should I do?
Réponse: 

You may download an enrollment certificate through the student services centre in your online student space, once you have accepted our offer of admission. This document will help you in obtaining a visa.

Depending on the required documents, you may also present the Letter of Admission you received from Sciences Po.

If you need to know the exact start and end dates of the programme, please check our university calendar or contact our Student Services

Question: 
I have been admitted to a dual degree programme. Is it possible to defer my enrolment?
Réponse: 

No, deferrals are not granted for dual degree programmes.

Question: 
I have been admitted to a graduate programme. May I transfer to a different one?
Réponse: 

No, it is not possible to transfer to a different graduate programme (regular master's, One-Year Master's or dual degree programmes). 

Question: 
I have been admitted to a graduate programme (Master's or One-Year Master's programme). Is it possible to defer my enrolment?
Réponse: 

You may request a deferral of your enrolment (for Master's programmes and one-year Master's programmes). This request can either be accepted or rejected by Sciences Po.

You must make the request online, through the dedicated section of your student platform (where you are asked to chose between accepting our offer of admission, turning it down, or request a deferral).

Please note that deferrals will not be granted for dual degree programmes.

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