Open House Days 2019: Visit our Regional Campuses

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Visit Sciences Po and discover our Bachelor's degree in the Humanities & Social Sciences! You can study the Sciences Po undergraduate programme in one of our 7 campuses all over France. Get to know the programme, courses and all the benefits of studying at one of France's leading universities.

Comitted to Life

  • Arturo Garcia Gonzalez @Judith Azema / Sciences PoArturo Garcia Gonzalez @Judith Azema / Sciences Po

Arturo is a 2nd year undergraduate student studying on the Poitiers campus. He was born in France but has lived the majority of his life in Mexico. He got his baccalaureate from a Franco-Mexican school, and he chose Sciences Po because social engagement is an important part of the curriculum. Read the interview with Arturo who is engaged and committed, well beyond the confines of the campus, to mental health issues...

Poitiers: 5 Surprising Things About our New Campus

Take the Guided Tour
  • The entrance to the new Poitiers campus ©Sylvain RochasThe entrance to the new Poitiers campus ©Sylvain Rochas

Since 2001 Sciences Po has had a campus in Poitiers, but the undergraduate college was pushed for space at the Hôtel Chaboureau. There was a 15% increase in students in the space of 5 years, with the attractiveness of the Latin-American programme making new premises necessary. This became a reality in September 2018 at the heart of a new site built in the 18th century and reinvented for the 21st. Watch the guided tour on the occasion of the official inauguration which takes places on Wednesday, 10th April.

Volunteer Work at the Heart of the Community

  • Caroline a student participating in a community internship ©Sciences PoCaroline a student participating in a community internship ©Sciences Po

Since 2018, Sciences Po requires all of its undergraduate students to participate in the Civic Learning Programme, a compulsory civic engagement over the three years of the Bachelor’s degree. This Programme offers them the chance to learn and understand citizenship and social responsibility through a community internship. Here, two students share their testimonies about their internships and how this has benefited them.

Ask Sciences Po Undergrads your questions live

  • All you need to know about the Sciences Po Undergraduate CollegeAll you need to know about the Sciences Po Undergraduate College

On Monday 26 November 2018, undergraduate students and staff went live to answer all your questions and queries on the Sciences Po Undergraduate College. What and where will I study? How and when do I apply? Find all this out and more by watching the Q&A replay below.

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Meet Sciences Po's 2018 Undergraduates

Take a tour of the campuses and meet our new cohort of undergraduates
  • Student from the Sciences Po Menton Campus ©Sciences PoStudent from the Sciences Po Menton Campus ©Sciences Po

It’s the start of the academic year at Sciences Po, which means welcoming another cohort from across the globe to each of the seven undergraduate campuses. What do our students think of their new university? Why did they choose Sciences Po and what do they hope to achieve before the end of their studies? Hear their responses.

"Succeeding in a different academic environment"

Agathe Grégoire, winner of the UCL John Pencavel Prize in Economics, discusses her experience studying abroad
  • Agathe Grégoire, overseas student at University College London ©Agathe GrégoireAgathe Grégoire, overseas student at University College London ©Agathe Grégoire

Agathe Grégoire has just returned from her third year abroad at University College London, where she received the John Pencavel Prize for her outstanding performance in Economics. Here is her interview on her time spent at UCL and her plans for the future.

"My world view has been entirely shaken"

Isabel O’Brien is the recipient of the 2018 Henri de Castries scholarship
  • Isabelle O'Brien ©Krystof StupkaIsabelle O'Brien ©Krystof Stupka

Isabel O’Brien, first year student in the Dual BA Program between Sciences Po and Columbia University, has been awarded the 2018 Henri de Castries scholarshipBelow is an excerpt of her personal statement

Why choose Sciences Po over another university ?

Secondary school students gain valuable insight from Sciences Po undergrads
  • Amy Greene, assistant dean and James Quinn ©Campus ChannelAmy Greene, assistant dean and James Quinn ©Campus Channel

“What can I learn at Sciences Po?”, “Are all the courses in English?”, “Why choose Sciences Po rather than another university?”, “What is the best way to prepare for the interview?”, “Is accommodation available on campus?”, “What are the best clubs and societies at Sciences Po?”, ... These are some of the questions that secondary school students asked current undergraduates and Sciences Po representatives during the live Q&A on 28 November.

"The undergraduate years are a turning point in students' lives"

Tilman Turpin, new director of the Reims campus
  • Tilman Turpin in September 2017 in Poitiers ©Sciences PoTilman Turpin in September 2017 in Poitiers ©Sciences Po

It was exactly 15 years ago that Tilman Turpin first discovered Sciences Po. “I really appreciated Sciences Po’s international dimension, multidisciplinary nature and the interaction with practitioners,” recalls Turpin, who had come to the university as an exchange student. He decided to stay for his Master’s study… and has been here ever since. After four years heading the Poitiers campus, Turpin has just taken up directorship of the campus in Reims.

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