Apply to the 2019 Summer School

Apply to the 2019 Summer School

  • Students exploring Paris in Summer 2018 © Didier PazeryStudents exploring Paris in Summer 2018 © Didier Pazery

The Summer School is now accepting applications for the 2019 University Programme. Apply now via Sciences Po's online application system.

2019 University Programme Course List

This June and July, students in the Summer School’s 2019 University Programme will be able to choose from a wide variety of core and elective courses in both social sciences and French language.

Download the 2019 Academic Overview for the University Programme (PDF, 891 KB) for the full course list.

Participants have their choice of:

  • Session: The Summer School offers two distinct four-week sessions in June and July.  Participants may choose to attend one or both sessions.  Both academic tracks are offered each session.
  • Core course: Each session, students choose one core course in either the social sciences track or the French language track for intensive study for the duration of the session.  Students who attend both sessions may choose to remain in the same track, or switch tracks after the first session.
  • Elective class: In addition to their core course, participants may choose to take an optional elective course, which will be held three afternoons per week.

Download the schedules for the June (PDF, 177 KB) and July sessions (PDF, 177 KB).

To check your eligibility and the admissions procedure, please visite the Summer School's website.

Challenging Societies with Gender

In 2019 Hélène Périvier (FR) will teach "Challenging Societies with Gender". The course aims at describing gender inequalities by analyzing the persistence and the specificity of this phenomenon. Particular attention is paid to linking academic knowledge and policymaking process through interactive case studies and practical dilemmas such as: Are you gender biased? What a gender equal society would/should look like? Or Does the gendered marketing of toys matter? Talking about series and gender: from Game of thrones to The Handmaid’s Tale...The ultimate goal of the course is to identify major challenges faced by societies in terms of gender equality.

Read the course overview (PDF, 347Ko).

[Text initially published on the Summer School's website]

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