Le Grand Syllabus 2017/2018
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Depending on the applicant’s background, there are two admissions procedures for graduate school and one common procedure to a dual degree program. Graduate admissions 1) The examination entrance procedure is open to those having studied in the French system either having received a French university degree or having validated a higher education program of study consisting of 180 ECTS. This procedure has two stages: admissibility, which consists of a double evaluation of applications by two members of the Sciences Po faculty; and Admission, which is decided on the basis of an oral interview. 2) The international admission procedure for Master is open to candidates who have studied in a foreign higher education institution (non-French) and who have at the minimum been awarded an undergraduate degree such as a BA/BSc/licenciatura/licence. Students are selected through this procedure solely on the basis of the evaluation of their application form. One-year Masters Students who have studied at an institution of higher education abroad or in France may apply to a one-year Master’s on the condition that they have obtained one of the following:
• an undergraduate degree (Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Sciences / Licenciatura / Licence) or higher, at the time of entering Science Po; • a minimum of 180 ECTS; • a master’s degree (magister or magistracy, for example) in a country where universities do not award undergraduate degrees.
Admission to one-year Master’s programs is based on an evaluation of the applicant’s academic achievement, as well as their professional experience. The applicant’s motivation, the coherence of their project, as well as their recommendations are also taken into account in the admissions process. Dual Degree Admission The admission procedure to a dual degree does not include an interview nor a written examination regardless of the applicant’s academic background. Admission through this procedure is based solely upon the evaluation of the application form. Admission to doctoral programmes To be eligible to apply to a doctoral program, students must have obtained a research master’s degree, a DEA, or the equivalent. The applicant’s academic background must be compatible with the discipline to which they are applying for doctoral study. Sciences Po awards doctoral degrees in the following disciplines: Law, History, Political Science, Economics and Sociology.