Le Grand Syllabus 2017/2018
LE HAVRE CAMPUS EUROPE-ASIA PROGRAM
Director: Florent Bonaventure Academic Coordinator: Vincent Fertey Administrative Coordinator: Anne Petit Academic assistants: Aurélie Benoît, Alexandra Gravier, and Sandrine Quévreux Tel.: + 33 (0)2 32 92 10 04 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Undergraduate Program of the Le Havre Campus offers courses in the fundamental disciplines taught at Sciences Po, approached through a European and Asian perspective. Students study Economics, History, Law, Political Science, Sociology and Political humanities with an emphasis on gaining an understanding of the two continents, through courses like State Building in South Asia, Economic Models in Asia, European Politics and Institutions, Economic Policy in Europe, 20th century Comparative History of Europe and Asia, etc. In addition, workshops and seminars with specialists on a wide variety of subject—including regional integration, religion and society, cultural issues and political philosophy—give students the opportunity to deepen their knowledge. Le Havre Campus provides its students, who come from 40 different countries—mainly European and Asian countries—, the linguistic and analytical tools they need to take advantage of the career opportunities available to Sciences Po graduates on two continents. The programme is taught in English and, thus, is open to non-French speakers. In addition, intensive language classes are offered in French, Chinese, Korean and Japanese. Indonesian is also offered as an optional course. Group projects, which develop teamwork skills and individual initiative, also bring students in contact with secondary school and university students from all over the world: Sciences Po Meetings (Sciences Po Lectures with political leaders), EDS (English Debating Society) and the Priority Education Convention, just to mention a few, are ﬁne illustrations. Artistic and sports activities are particularly well developed on campus, with students participating in many clubs and events. Small incoming classes—about 150 students per year—make it possible for all students to receive personalized support throughout their undergraduate studies, providing ideal conditions for preparing students for a year abroad and for Master programs.