Le programme d'échange

  • This video and its transcription are in French.

    Sciences Po: Exchange Program in Reims

    Views of the Reims campus and city throughout the video

    Megan Baretta, Canadian student

    I came to Reims to work on my French, primarily, but also to have an international experience. I was able to have a European experience with the unique campus of Reims, while staying in a small city that provided me the warmth and the knowledge of a true French culture.

    Rafael Skokanic, Austrian American student

    I came to Reims to be on a campus with students coming from, not just North America and France, but from all over Europe, and from the entire world.

    Olivier Ruchet, Deputy Director of the Reims Campus

    Excellent students on the Reims campus will be able to choose between four different certificate programs. They can choose between Business and Economics, International Affairs and Strategy, European Affairs, and Journalism. In each of these programs, the students will take three courses covered by the area of the program. Then they will take an elective, and a French language class.

    Megan Baretta, Canadian student

    I really have gotten an immersion into European politics by taking a European politics course, and it’s been very interesting because not only are we talking about different countries, but in our class it’s a plethora of students that are actually from each country. So International Relations becomes very real.

    Emanuel Ortengren, Swedish student

    Sciences Po has given me a lot of support: when you come in and you’re a complete beginner in French, you have several classes a week, so you get accustomed to the language quite quickly.

    Megan Baretta, Canadian student

    Studying at Sciences Po has been a really great benefit. I found that I do my work in English, however I speak with my friends in French, I speak in the city, I’ve spoken when I’m travelling in French. And I also take an intensive French language course at a high level.

    Olivier Ruchet, Deputy Director of the Reims Campus

    In terms of academic style we value interactions in the classroom very much between the professor and the students, and among the students themselves.

    Justice Betty, Canadian student

    I know that I’m not only learning from world’s class professors, but through the distinct discussion format that Sciences Po offers. I’m learning from my peers.

    Nathalie Jacquet, Director of the Reims Campus

    Students are involved in many many kinds of activities like group projects, student associations, sports, creative activities.

    Megan Baretta, Canadian student

    I joined the Rotaract group which focuses on international outreach but also does philanthropy within the community. I joined the Acapela choir to do something which I’ve always loved, which is singing, and it’s student-directed which is really fun and really collaborative.

    Nathalie Jacquet, Director of the Reims Campus

    Reims is only thirty minutes from Charles de Gaulle Airport through the high speed rail, and it’s only forty-five minutes from Paris. The Reims campus is located in an old Jesuit college from the 17th century. It provides very special study environment because it combines a historical French legacy with really modern facilities.

    Cristina Sanchez Herran, Spanish student

    Basically I came here and I fell in love with the cathedral. I thought, this is an amazing building, which actually embodies, as this particular Jesuit college, just two of these old souls of the city of Reims, that itself is so pacifying and so open to everyone, and welcoming. This city has so much to offer.

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Le Programme d'échange de Sciences Po accueille chaque année plus de 1500 étudiants venant de 470 universités partenaires dans le monde. Les étudiants en échange au niveau Bachelor peuvent choisir l’un des sept campus de Sciences Po : Dijon, Le Havre, Menton, Nancy, Paris, Poitiers, Reims. Les étudiants en échange au niveau Master et Doctorat étudient sur le campus de Paris.

Les étudiants viennent à Sciences Po pour un ou deux semestres et peuvent étudier en anglais, en français, ou dans les deux langues. 

Le programme d’échange est une excellente opportunité de découvrir Sciences Po, sa formation fondamentale, professionnalisante et internationale, ses méthodes d’enseignement et sa vie étudiante foisonnante. 

L’admission en programme d’échange

Le programme d’échange est ouvert aux étudiants des universités partenaires de Sciences Po. Si votre université est notre partenaire, dans un premier temps, vérifiez auprès de votre université d'origine si vous êtes éligible pour un séjour d’échange à Sciences Po.

La préparation du séjour d'études

Vous avez été admis, félicitations! Il est maintenant temps de préparer votre séjour.

Commencez par vous informer sur ce que vous devez faire dès maintenant : vous devrez notamment procéder à vos inscriptions administrative et pédagogique, et, le cas échéant, demander un visa pour votre séjour en France.

Consultez les informations pour étudiants internationaux.

Le calendrier des études

Les étudiants en échange peuvent étudier un ou deux semestres à Sciences Po, selon les exigences de leur université d’origine. Consultez le calendrier universitaire.

Le coût du séjour d’études

Les étudiants en échange payent leurs droits de scolarité à leur université d’origine et non pas à Sciences Po. Cependant, il convient de prévoir des frais spécifiques au séjour d’échange, comme les dépenses de transport depuis le lieu de résidence et l'assurance santé.

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