Academic Year 2020-2021
Undergraduate and graduate students
Excluding specific programmes under agreements and One Year Master Programmes that have fixed tuition fees, tuition fees charged depend on the parents’ tax residence (except for confirmed financial independence status). Please note that nationality is not taken into consideration in the tuition fees calculation.
- If the tax residence is located in a country member of the European Economic Area (European Union Country + Lichtenstein, Norway, Iceland), Sciences Po will apply the progressive scale of tuition fees below, according to the resources of the tax household to which the student depends on, from €0 to €10,700 per year for undergraduate programmes, and from €0 to €14,700 per year for the graduate programmes;
- Students whose parents' tax residence is not in the European Economic Area will pay fees of €10,700/year for the undergraduate programmes and €14,700/year for the Master's programmes.
Fiscal residence in the European Economic Area (EEA)
|Annual resources of the household by unit (€)||Annual Undergraduate fees||Annual Graduate fees|
|€66,584 and over||€10,700||€14,700|
|€43,250 to €66,583||€8,590||€12,360|
|€36,250 to €43,249||€6,880||€10,240|
|€30,250 to €36,249||€5,640||€8,560|
|€25,250 to €30,249||€4,490||€6,840|
|€21,250 to €25,249||€3,330||€5,010|
|€19,584 to €21,249||€2,160||€3,360|
|€18,984 to €19,583||€2,000||€2,700|
|€18,600 to €18,983||€1,630||€2,270|
|€18,250 to €18,599||€1,370||€2,050|
|€17,250 to €18,249||€1,100||€1,840|
|€16,250 to €17,249||€850||€1,380|
|€14,250 to €16,249||€540||€920|
|€12,584 to €14,249||€320||€530|
|0 to €12,583||0||0|
Fiscal residence outside the EEA
Tuition fees are €10,700/year for students registered in undergraduate programmes and €14,700/year for graduate programme students.
One-year master programme students
|Programme||Annual tuition fees|
|Master in Financial Regulation and Risk Management||€22,000|
|Master in Public Affairs||€22,000|
|Master in Corporate Strategy||€22,000|
|Master in Advanced Global Studies||€22,000|
|Master in Arts and Politics||€14,700|
|LLM in Transnational Arbitration & Dispute Settlement||€25,000|
The programmes as listed above are not eligible for the progressive scale of tuition fees. One-year Master students cannot be exempt from tuition fees as a Crous scholarship holder or as a student with a disability. Students are unable to apply for the Emile Boutmy scholarship.
Sciences Po awards scholarships to a select number of outstanding students, who fulfil certain conditions that come in the form of tuition waivers, ranging from 10 to 50% of total fees. Please contact the person in charge of the programme for further information about to applying for a scholarship.
Dual degree students
All dual degrees
Students must pay the applicable tuition fees to their host institution
MGIMO dual degree
Tuition fees are €7,350/year for students registered in this dual degree.
Sciences Po/HEC dual degree - Corporate and Public Management
|Profile||Year||Annual tuition fees|
|Students admitted before 2020-2021||First year||€19,850|
Tuition fees are calculated according to Sciences Po's tuition fees scale for Masters degrees.
|Students admitted in 2020-2021||First year||€19,850|
|Second year||Tuition fees are calculated according to Sciences Po's Graduate tuition fees and rules.|
|Third year||Tuition fees are calculated according to Sciences Po's Graduate tuition fees and rules for a gap year. The tuition fees amount will be 25% of the calculated annual amount.|
Gap year students
Students on a gap year must register and pay 25 % of their fees.
Students who are studying abroad for their gap year must pay 100% of their fees.
Exchange students pay fees directly to their own schools.