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Graduate admissions

Students of the Sciences Po Law School come from around the world. Most of them come from the Undergraduate College of Sciences Po, although the others come from a Law, Sciences, Literature, or History background, in France or abroad. Some of them already also have professional experience.

Sciences Po Law School offers to each student, a comprehensive training in law, in line with his previous academic background.

There are no prerequisite in legal training to apply to the Sciences Po Law School, though a good level in French is necessary, except for the students who apply for the Master in Economic Law.

International graduate admissions

More information: International graduate admissions.


To fulfil your study obligations during the spring semester, you must:

  1. Express your wish for a Master’s programme
  2. Choose your languages and levels
  3. Submit your exchange report along with your transcripts or the requirements for the validation of your internship
  4. Complete both your administrative registration and course registration

More information:

Fees & Financial Aid

Limited financial resources are not a barrier to receiving a Sciences Po education.

Nearly one in three students receives a full-fee scholarship.