"The Middle East is a region that Americans tend to misjudge"

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  • Rosalyn Jeffries, student in the Sciences Po-UC Berkeley programme ©Sciences PoRosalyn Jeffries, student in the Sciences Po-UC Berkeley programme ©Sciences Po

Rosalyn Jeffries, 19, was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. After graduating from San Mateo High School in the United States, she joined the first cohort of the Sciences Po-UC Berkeley dual BA programme in 2016.

Rosalyn has just started the academic year on the Sciences Po campus in Menton, where she is specialising in Middle-Eastern studies. She will spend years 3 and 4 at UC Berkeley where she intends to major in Global Studies. In the video, Rosalyn shares her first impressions of the programme, her classmates and life by the Mediterranean.

"Sciences Po is now my child's extended family"

Hear from parents visiting the Le Havre campus
  • First-year students on the Sciences Po campus in Le Havre ©Sciences PoFirst-year students on the Sciences Po campus in Le Havre ©Sciences Po

On Friday 25 August, parents of first-year students on the Sciences Po campus in Le Havre came from all over the world to attend Welcome Parents Day. Parents were given a tour of the Le Havre campus, which is located on the Normandy coast, and met with the campus director and staff. Following an information session where they were able to discuss their questions and concerns, parents were shown areas of interest near campus, including the cliffs of Étretat.

"In the United States and now in France, I witnessed a significant political change first-hand"

  • Undergrad Jimmy Quinn on the Sciences Po campus in ReimsUndergrad Jimmy Quinn on the Sciences Po campus in Reims

In the run-up to the French presidential election, the famous weekly Paris Match invited international students from the Sciences Po Undergraduate College to shed some light on the words that matter to them in politics. Jimmy Quinn, 18, an American student on the Reims campus, chose the word ‘system’.

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