Institutional website

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The institutional portal is your way into the Sciences Po web. Completely bilingual, multi-platform, modular, and flexible, it is brought to life by a decentralized community of contributors, able to respond according to diverse institutional timeframes.

The portal provides a first impression of Sciences Po, especially for external visitors who may not necessarily be familiar with the institution. It is organized to direct its different audiences to the information they need: students, faculty, researchers, readers, partners, visitors, alumni, staff. There are brief introductions to the institution’s various offices, with links to their dedicated websites for more information.

The homepage gives you access to all the latest developments, in the form of videos, photos, and links, to which you can subscribe through an RSS feed. You will also find links to the institution’s social media. And, at the bottom of the page, links to the press relations center, employment opportunities, and procurement notices.

The history of Sciences Po in an online tableau (FR)

Check out the online story of Sciences Po’s history from 1870 to the present day. Browse the timeline, portraits and maps.

The online story takes into account the importance of the collective memory of the institution and the extent to which it is embedded in the history of the 19th and 20th centuries. Its purpose is to introduce Sciences Po to all those interested in the institution’s remarkable history, from the early days of the Ecole Libre des Sciences Politiques to the present. The online story illustrates the enduring nature of Sciences Po’s educational project, and the power and continuing relevance of its values. It pays homage to all those who have contributed and continue to contribute to Sciences Po’s success.