The Undergraduate College Kicks Off the 2020-21 Academic Year
- Näel Soilen, student on the Poitiers campus ©Sciences Po
Although the kick-off to a new academic year has never quite looked like this one due to the enduring health crisis, our new and returning undergraduate students showed resilience, determination and excitement as they set foot on our seven campuses for their welcome sessions and first in-person classes of the fall 2020 semester.
Dual degree programmes, interdisciplinarity, international outlooks and perspectives, the study of foreign languages: our new students chose Sciences Po for the right reasons. No matter their undergraduate programme’s geographic focus, they are all embarking on an academic and personal journey that will take them through a profound study of the social sciences and humanities, building bridges between disciplines and opening their minds to unleash their talent and set them on a path to make the changes they hope to see in the world.
Thanks to our dual campus model, all of our students are able to attend classes in person or remotely. Our staff is mobilised to ensure that safety measures and health regulations are strictly respected at all times on our campuses in order to guarantee academic continuity. Click here for more information related to Covid-19 health measures and recommendations.
Undergraduate Students At a Glance
1,960 new undergraduate students were admitted to Sciences Po for the 2020-21 academic year.
This year, a total of 6,704 students are studying at our undergraduate college, with a breakdown per campus as follows:
- 1,757 on the Paris campus
- 1,384 on the Reims campus
- 491 on the Le Havre campus
- 486 on the Nancy campus
- 387 on the Menton campus
- 313 on the Poitiers campus
- 260 on the Dijon campus
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