The Stephen M. Kellen Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship designed to attract the brightest and most deserving students to the Dual BA program between Sciences Po and Freie Universität Berlin.

It encourages promising young individuals to commit to Europe by giving them the keys to law, economics, history, political science, and sociology; the opportunity to speak at least three languages; and the ability to navigate in both German and French cultures.

The French Embassy subsidizes field grants of 3 to 6 months in Brazil for young Brazilian researchers in the humanities and social sciences.

Deadline for applications: Friday 8th November 2019

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The Aulagnon-Bettan prize is awarded by MAB Finances and rewards undergraduate first year students at Sciences Po for their commitment to promoting and improving society through education.

Three prizes of €7,000 and €5,000 and €3,000 are awarded to the winners.

Selection criteria

Your actions to help promote and improve society through education.

The selection criteria take into account:

Sciences Po's desire to attract the brightest and most deserving students coincides with the spirit of AXA to support transatlantic bonds, and the vision of Henri de Castries to foster French-American relations.

Through the Henri de Castries Scholarship, Sciences Po will offer a merit-based scholarship for students in order to help them sustain their stay in France during their studies. Students who apply to the Henri de Castries Scholarship can be enrolled in either the Columbia or Berkeley dual BA program with Sciences Po.

Students registered at Sciences Po in the preparatory course who will take the competitive exams for the National Administration School (ENA) can apply for a bursary.

Sciences Po awards scholarships to a select number of outstanding students that come in the form of tuition waivers, ranging from 10 to 50% of total fees. Students must contact the programme directly.

The Sciences Po / King’s College London Dual Master's Degree in International Affairs scholarship is based on two main criteria; academic excellence and financial need. It is designed to attract the brightest and most deserving students to this Dual Master’s Degree.

The Sciences Po / London School of Economics (LSE) Dual Master's Degree Scholarships are:

  • The Assia de Juniac Excellency Award worth (£16,500)
  • The Roger Seydoux Merit Award (worth £9,000) 

They are designed to attract the brightest and most deserving students to the Dual Master’s Degrees between Sciences Po and LSE.

The Foundation of France has created a scholarships guidebook designed to help students find a scholarship according to their profile and academic project.

This guide lists all scolarships, loans and prizes awarded by the Foundation of France and its 120 other foundations and covers mobility grants and academic scolarships.

FoConsult Fondation de France scholarships guidebook (fr.)

For all students who wish to pursue their studies at Sciences Po, Campus France offers a very complete directory of more than 250 grants.

Consult Campus France Grant Search Engine.

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