Seydoux scholarship: Committed to the Mediterranean Region

This April 2019, recipients of the Seydoux scholarship gathered together to meet and talk with Jérôme Seydoux and Sciences Po’s President Frédéric Mion. 

Created in association with the Fondation de France, the Seydoux scholarship commemorates the memory of René Seydoux and his commitment to dialogue in the Mediterranean region. The scholarship is open to both undergraduate and graduate candidates from one of the ten countries located in the expanded Mediterranean zone: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia, and Turkey. 

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