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Master's degree in Paris

Have you ever thought about studying in France? Let’s meet and talk about your future Master’s Degree, all taught in English and/or French. You’ll meet our international students, who had just like you thought about Sciences Po a few years ago and are now studying in France’s leading university in the social sciences.

Join us at our next Sciences Po Graduate Open House Day event on November 23rd!

Discover what makes Sciences Po the best choice for your future by attending our Open House Day event on 23 November from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm on our campus, based in the heart of Paris.

3 Reasons to Attend:

  • Meet faculty members, students, representatives from our international mobility office and student services;
  • Learn more about our Master’s programmes, our Parisian campus, student services, financial aid opportunities, career opportunities;
  • Discover why more than 3,000 international students have chosen Sciences Po for their international graduate education.

Graduate Schools and Programmes

Sciences Po’s seven schools welcome graduate students from all over the world:

  • Sciences Po School of Public Affairs
  • Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs
  • Sciences Po Law School
  • Sciences Po Urban School
  • School of Management and Innovation
  • Sciences Po School of Journalism
  • Sciences Po Doctoral School

Discover our Master’s degree programmes and dual degree programmes. Sciences Po offers programmes taught entirely in English.

No need to speak French to enrol in these programmes: students can become multilingual with intensive French language courses during their studies at Sciences Po.

We invite prospective students and their families for the chance to see what it means to study in France and be part of the Sciences Po community. A great opportunity to get to know the university from inside out!

  • Discover the benefits of a graduate degree from Sciences Po.
  • Meet with admissions representatives who will assist you throughout the admission process.
  • Learn about the application requirements and admission process.
  • Explore scholarship opportunities and financial aid.

Schedule of Events

On the day of the event, you will have the opportunity to assist different presentations about the admission procedure and all the Sciences Po’s Graduate Schools. For each of them, we offer presentations in both English and in French.

Livestream

Download the programme (PDF)

General Presentation of Sciences Po

  • In French, 9.30am
  • In English, 12.40pm*

Graduate Schools' Presentations

  • Sciences Po School of Public Affairs:
    • In French, 10.10am and 1.30pm*
    • In English, 4pm*
  • Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs:
    • In French, 11.50am*
    • In English, 2.20pm*
  • Sciences Po School of Management and Innovation:
    • In French, 11am* and 4pm
    • In English, 1.30pm*
  • Sciences Po Urban School:
    • In English, 11.50am*
    • In French, 2.20pm*
  • Sciences Po Doctoral School:
    • In French, 12.40pm*
    • In English, 3.10pm*
  • Sciences Po Law School (only in French): 11am and 3.10pm*
  • Sciences Po School of Journalism (only in French): 10.10am*

Admissions Procedures

  • In French: 10.10am, 11.50am, 2.20pm and 4pm*
  • In English: 11am* and 3.10pm*

Unable to attend our Open House on campus?

To give you the opportunity to discover Sciences Po no matter where you are in the world, we will broadcast the open house online. You can stream presentations, ask us your questions via Facebook, and more!

Don’t forget to sign up to receive the reminder for the livestream.

Make sure to download our brochure to prepare your visit.

Come and Discover Your Future City, Paris

Open House days are also a great opportunity to visit Paris. Sciences Po offers its students a quality of life and study that allows each to grow and achieve their full potential.

Our campus is located in the heart of the French capital in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighbourhood near the Louvre Museum, the Seine and the Luxembourg Gardens. More than 200 student associations bring the campus to life each year.

  • 14,000 students
  • 49% international students
  • 150 nationalities represented
  • 43 dual degree programmes
  • 470 partner universities
  • 25 languages taught
  • 7 multicultural campuses
  • 26% of students receive financial support
  • 80,000 alumni