True to its commitment to openness, Sciences Po offers online courses available to everyone.
Through these courses, anyone seeking to learn can take advantage of lectures with the same multidisciplinary and international character, originality and high academic quality as the courses offered at Sciences Po. All our MOOCS are available for free.
Be Entrepeneurial in Cultural Industries in the Digital Age
Designed by the School of Public Affairs with the Ministry of Culture, this MOOC is for anyone wishing to embark on a contemporary cultural entrepeneurship. Bringing together more than 90 contributors - experts, designers, lawyers - this MOOC consists of 8 sessions including video lessons and testimonies.
Espace Mondial, a French vision of Global Studies, by Bertrand Badie
How are global perspectives reshaping public action and social behaviours?
12 sessions. This course is intended for a wide audience.
Searching for the Grand Paris, by Patrick Le Galès
What is the reasoning for the Grand Paris? What does the transformation of the relationship between Paris and its suburbs imply?
“Searching for the Grand Paris” is an original MOOC featuring accounts from residents, association representatives, experts, and researchers. It also contains archival footage and documents, as well as a comparative analysis of Brussels, London, and other French cities. This MOOC was made in collaboration with students from Sciences Po, along with many other contributors.
6 sessions. This course is intended for a wide audience.
9,700 registrations for "Politics & Economics of International Energy"
8,000 registrations for "Cities are Back in Town"
4,000 registrations for "Geopolitics of Europe"
For the past 10 years, Sciences Po has been working to incorporate digital tools into its teaching: shared work spaces, eCourses, learning platform, online cartography library, controversy mapping, etc. As such, it was only natural for the institution to turn towards the MOOC format and new possibilities in the field of educational innovation.