Dual degree with the University of Sydney

Last Update: 
27 October 2021

A dual Bachelor programme is offered  by Sciences Po and the University of Sydney. Admission decisions will be made jointly by both institutions.

Admissions procedure

Applicants to this dual BA programme must apply through the University of Sydney website. All relevant information to the admission procedure is handled exclusively by the University of Sydney. Before applying please read all the information about the application procedure. 

Admission to the Dual Degree program is highly competitive. Acceptance to the program will be determined by a Sciences Po - University of Sydney Dual Degree Admissions Committee. The committee will evaluate applications broadly on evidence of academic achievement and intellectual readiness, and on applicants’ own representation of their experience, ideas, and aspirations. Applicants must also meet the minimum admission requirements, including English language requirements.

The application will be assessed exclusively for the dual BA.

Candidates who have been deemed eligible will be invited to meet before a panel of representatives from Sciences Po and the University of Sydney.

Deadlines: please read carefully for further details on the admission process on the University of Sydney website.

If you also wish to apply to a Sciences Po undergraduate degree programme, you must submit your application through:

Interviews

Interviews will be held remotely. Candidates will be informed of the interview date by email.

Candidates who apply both to the Dual BA and to a Sciences Po undergraduate programme may be invited to two different interviews.

Degrees

At the end of their programme of study, candidates will be awarded a bachelor degree from Sciences Po and One of the two possible degrees from the University of Sydney: Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Education.

Like other Sciences Po students, new degree-holders will then be able to enroll for the Masters programme of their choice in compliance with the relevant selection criteria.

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