SciencesPo Summer School 2018
The Summer School’s University Programme is a unique opportunity for university students and graduates from all over the world to discover Sciences Po over the course of a summer on our Paris campus.
Study social sciences, French language, or both
Participants in the Summer School’s University Programme can:
- study Sciences Po’s key disciplines, such as international relations, political science, or economics, in the social sciences track,
- immerse themselves in intensive language courses in the French language track,
- combine both subjects through their choice of core and elective classes.
Both academic tracks are offered during the June and July sessions. Each session, students pick one core course from either academic track and, in addition, may choose to take an optional elective class.
- June session: 4-28 June 2018
- July session: 3-27 July 2018
- One session (4 weeks): 2400 €
- Two sessions (8 weeks): 4200 €
Additional fees apply for optional elective classes and accommodation. Get the complete 2018 fees list.
The University Programme is open to university students and graduates, as well as students in their final year of secondary school who will enroll in university in Fall 2018. Learn more about the eligibility criteria.
APPLICATION AND DEADLINES:
- Applications for this year's Summer School will open on January 8th, 2018.
- June session: April 2018
- July session: May 2018
- Candidates must submit an online application, which will be reviewed by an admissions jury. Documents required for the application are:
- Explanation of motivation: this is an opportunity for you to explain your goals for your course of study at the Sciences Po Summer School. The text space is limited to 1000 words or less. We strongly encourage candidates to prepare their response in advance of logging on so as to streamline your application process and to give due thought to this critical component of your Summer School application.
- Language level verification for candidates who are not native speakers of the language of the class they wish to take. Find a list of accepted language level verifications on the Eligibility page.
- Professional background information (if applicable)
- Copy of previous diploma(s) obtained (if applicable)
- Academic transcript (required for current students, recommended for graduates)
- Certificate of enrolment (if currently a student)
- Academic background information:
- Curriculum Vitae
- Identity photo
- Identity card or passport
- Personal information (name, address, etc.)
- You can visit this link for further information about application.
Telephone: +33 (0)1 45 49 55 05