The meaning and impact of collective action are central to our educational approach. Launched in 2018, the Civic Learning Programme makes a long-term personal commitment for the benefit of others a requirement of our Bachelor’s degrees.
Our programmes must make students aware of the challenges of a world undergoing profound change and equip them with new skills suited to the jobs of the future: creativity, collaboration, and the ability to put ideas into practice.
Entrepreneurship and technological innovation play a major part in our programmes. The missions of the Centre for Entrepreneurship are to raise students’ awareness of these issues, incubate innovative start-ups, and inform public debate on business and innovation.
In addition to our undergraduate programmes and our seven graduate schools, Sciences Po offers a diverse range of short courses and programmes.
To understand an increasingly complex and dynamic world, we need to break down barriers between the disciplines and produce new perspectives. Our teaching programmes are opening up to the humanities with a Writing and Rhetoric Centre and its writer-in-residence Chair.
An interdisciplinary dual degree that is unique in France, combining social sciences and natural sciences to address the major challenges of our century such as ecological transition, artificial intelligence, and bioethics.