Join our Young Donors Circle

Sciences Po wants to recognise the young alumni who contribute to its development and help build its future by offering special benefits to members of the Young Donors Circle.

For instance, the first after-work social was held on 17 October 2018 at the Basile for members of the Young Donors Circle.


By choosing to support your university, you will:




Sciences Po devotes over €10 million to bursaries and scholarships each year. It is the only grande école to support its students in this way. This financial and social support must be maintained and strengthened. We must continue to welcome talent from all backgrounds for the good of future generations.




Sciences Po has taken an important step to secure the future of its central Paris location in Saint-Germain-des-Prés with the acquisition of the Artillerie. The Campus 2022 plan is a great opportunity for our students and our researchers. It will also considerably enhance our institution’s appeal compared to the world’s major universities. Improving our facilities and the quality of Sciences Po’s estate will be a central concern over the coming years.




Sciences Po confirmed its position as fourth best university in the world for Politics & International Studies in the 2018 QS ranking of universities by discipline, just after Harvard, Oxford and LSE. This is a remarkable achievement for our relatively small faculty of 220, which we would like to further enhance.


Support your Alma Mater


Your years at Sciences Po were some of the most formative of your youth. You left with studious memories and lasting friendships. Today, new students have taken your place, with aspirations similar to yours at the same age. We want to offer them the same opportunities and more, with optimal study conditions, more study spaces at the library, and new courses that reflect a changing world.


We need your help to keep modernising Sciences Po. If you want to give back to your university, now is a great time to start.


Your support will help :

By supporting the school, I want to give future students the opportunity to experience what I experienced. I also want to thank Sciences Po, without which I would not have been the person I have become.

Ana Gabriela, Class of 2007