Students whose parents' tax residence is not in the European Economic Area will pay fees of €10,700/year for the undergraduate programmes and €14,700 for the Master’s programmes (in 2020-2021).
Students whose parents' tax residence is in the European Economic Area pay fees according to a sliding scale, from €0 to €10,700/year for the undergraduate programmes and from €0 to €14700 for the Master’s programmes (for the academic year 2020-2021). This calculation is established according to the total income earned by the student’s tax household.
These students may use the online calculator to estimate fees directly.
Every year, nearly a third of students pay zero tuition fees. Institution-specific initiatives allow students to benefit from exemptions under certain conditions.
Financial Aid: Exemptions and Grants
To allow our students to devote all of their energy to their studies, Sciences Po offers substantial financial aid to those in need. French and European students receiving the CROUS scholarship are not only exempt from paying tuition, but also receive a significant top-up grant from Sciences Po.
Students from outside the European Economic Area may apply for many scholarships including the Émile Boutmy excellence scholarship, named after the founder of Sciences Po (1872). Over 250 students receive this prestigious scholarship every year.
Financial difficulties should never keep students from taking advantage of the experience of studying abroad. Sciences Po and its partners therefore offer international mobility grants.