Visit our Regional Campuses

Are you a high school student hoping to apply to Sciences Po? Teaching, programmes, campus life: come and ask us all your questions at one of the Open House Days on our six regional campuses. A unique opportunity to meet the students, lecturers, and course leaders of the Sciences Po Undergraduate College.

The dates for your agendas

  • Nancy Campus: Thursday 25 October 2018 / Discover the programme (FR)
  • Dijon Campus: Saturday 17 November 2018 / Discover the programme (FR) (should you find yourself unable to attend on the 17 November due to potential disruption by scheduled demonstrations, another Open House Day has been arranged for Dijon on the 24 November)
  • Poitiers Campus: Saturday 17 November 2018 / Discover the programme (FR) (in spite of potential disruption by demonstrations scheduled for the 17 November, our Open House Day is maintained. No other dates have been scheduled for Poitiers)
  • Menton Campus: Saturday 24 November 2018 / Discover the programme (FR) (please note the change of date: our Open House Day at the Menton Campus, originally scheduled for the 17 November, has been postponed)
  • Dijon Campus: Saturday 24 November 2018 (due to potential disruption by demonstrations on the 17 November, a second Open House Day has been organised)
  • Reims Campus: Saturday 24 November 2018 / Discover the programme (FR)
  • Le Havre Campus: Saturday 24 November 2018 / Discover the programme (FR)

For security reasons, the Paris Campus will not be receiving visitors.

Prepare your visit

Attendees can prepare for their visit by consulting the Undergraduate College website, and pages dedicated to each of its six regional campuses.

Extending your visit

If you find you still have questions for us, Sciences Po will be going live to answer more queries at 2pm on Monday 26 November via Campus-Channel.

You’ll have an hour to quiz us on everything you need to know about the Undergraduate College. 

How to Apply

Already convinced? Get all you need to know about our admissions procedures.

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