How much is tuition at Sciences Po?

How much is tuition at Sciences Po?

At Sciences Po, we believe that financial barriers should never get in the way of education. Tuition fees are relatively lower than other world-class universities because of our proactive social policy to be an open and inclusive university. Please note: the following tuition rates are for the 2019-2020 academic year.

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150 Sciences Po students at the Paris Peace Forum

150 Sciences Po students at the Paris Peace Forum

Sciences Po is proud to be one of the eight founding members of the Paris Peace Forum, a global platform for governance projects spearheaded by President Emmanuel Macron (FR). For its second edition which took place on 11, 12 and 13 November 2019, over 30 Heads of State and Government were joined by numerous leaders of international organisations, companies and various actors of civil society to discuss and debate global governance solutions. 150 students of the Paris School of International Affairs volunteered at the event.

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Reims students will now study in the Dean Awn Library

Reims students will now study in the Dean Awn Library

Energetic. Supportive. Eccentric. Intellectual. Non-traditional. Witty. Brilliant. Passionate. When colleagues and alumni are asked to describe the late Dean Emeritus Peter J. Awn of the Columbia University School of General Studies, adjectives begin to flow. As of September 2019, his name will adorn the state-of-the-art library of our Reims campus.

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Freedom for Fariba Adelkhah

Freedom for Fariba Adelkhah

Our colleague and friend, anthropologist Fariba Adelkhah, was arrested in Iran in early June 2019. A specialist in Iranian sociology, Adelkhah has been Director of Research at Sciences Po’s Centre for International Research (CERI) since 1993. Despite continued efforts on the part of this institution and the French authorities, Fariba Adelkhah remains in incarceration today.

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In Support of Fariba Adelkhah

In Support of Fariba Adelkhah

In mid-July, 2019, the arrest and detention of Sciences Po researcher Fariba Adelkhah was made public. At that time, she had been imprisoned for nearly two months. Though she holds both French and Iranian nationalities, she has not - as of July 29, 2019 - benefitted from a French consular visit, as dual citizenship is not recognised in Iran. The Sciences Po faculty published the following message in support of their colleague.

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U7+ Alliance: A University Alliance To Weigh in on the G7 Agenda

U7+ Alliance: A University Alliance To Weigh in on the G7 Agenda

Under the high patronage of the President of France, Emmanuel Macron, the first annual U7+ Alliance Summit took place at Sciences Po on July 9 & 10, 2019, with 47 university leaders from 18 countries. The purpose of the summit was to formalise and vote on a series of founding principles for the U7+ Alliance, and for universities to commit to associated concrete actions to tackle global issues, within their own communities, in the context of the upcoming G7 Summit in Biarritz in August 2019.

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100 Years of Women at Sciences Po

100 Years of Women at Sciences Po

At this year's graduation ceremonies, we'll be celebrating 100 years of women at Sciences Po. Indeed, the first female student entered Sciences Po in 1919. Though we have an active policy of equality today, how have things changed for women over the years at Sciences Po? With the help of the Gender Equality Pole, the Sciences Po Archives (DRIS), Sylvaine Detchemendy and the historian Marie Scot, we celebrate the history of women by compiling 5 key dates.

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