Interested in Sciences Po? Watch our live Q&A sessions

Throughout December 2020 and January 2021, Sciences Po went live for a series of Q&A sessions to answer all of your questions about our Undergraduate College and our Graduate Schools. Watch the replay of these Q&A sessions below.

Sciences Po’s 3-year Undergraduate College programme for a Bachelor’s degree

For a whole hour, Sciences Po’s deans and current students answered your questions about our programmes and curriculum, admissions procedures, campus life, our many student associations, etc.

  • Watch the replay below in English with:
    • Tilman Turpin, Director of the Reims campus;
    • Emmi Nulpponen, Student on the Menton campus.

You can also watch replays of previous sessions by scrolling down on the same website.

Master’s Degrees and Graduate Schools

In a series of 40-minute Q&As, current students and the deans of each of our 7 Graduate Schools went live to answer questions from students interested in applying to one of our programmes. Watch the replays by clicking on the links below.

You can also watch replays of previous sessions by scrolling down on the same website.

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Recap of our 2021 Undergraduate Open House Day

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Youth and Leaders Summit: “We need to work together”

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