- Open House Day Graduate Schools 2020
Have you ever thought about studying in France? Let’s meet and talk about your future Master’s Degree, all taught in English and/or French. You’ll meet our international students, who had just like you thought about Sciences Po a few years ago and are now studying in France’s leading university in the social sciences.
Discover what makes Sciences Po the best choice for your future by attending our Virtual Open House Day event on 28 November 2020.
- All you need to know about the School of Management and Innovation
On 15 January 2020, Olivier Guillet, Executive Director of the School of Management and Innovation and a student answered questions from prospective students during a live interview.
You were unable to attend our past Open House Day?
Watch the replay of the School of Management and Innovation:
- Sciences Po, Paris Campus ©Martin Argyroglo
International admissions for the 2020 intake are now open!
- Robert Tindwa ©Elisabeth Brunet / Sciences Po
Robert Tindwa started as an undergraduate on the Sciences Po Reims Campus. Today he is a Master's student and the recipient of the L'Oréal Excellence Award Africa. Read the interview.
- Leila Tazi ©Sciences Po
When Leila Tazi enrolled in the one-year Master’s programme in Corporate Strategy last September, she wasn't entirely confident of her ability to easily enter the job market. Only a few months after beginning the programme, she landed an internship with a leading consulting firm. Interview.
What is your educational and professional background?
- Students ©Sciences Po
Sciences Po hosts 13,000 students, half are international, representing 150 countries. International education, excellent academics, promising career prospects, vibrant student life, influential network… Discover ten of the many reasons why students from all over the world choose a Sciences Po education.
- Students sitting on the Péniche at the Reims campus ©Martin Argyroglo
La bise, La Péniche, Urkund.... Learn a few basics about daily life in France and at Sciences Po.
“La bise” is a custom you cannot escape
In France, almost every time you greet or say goodbye to someone, you have to “faire la bise”. Basically this means kissing each other’s cheeks, but there are subtle details to understand before you really master the art of “la bise”.