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Science Po University

Sciences Po’s exchange program welcomes more than 1,500 students each year from 410 partner universities around the world. At the bachelor’s level, exchange students can choose from Sciences Po’s seven campuses: Dijon, Le Havre, Menton, Nancy, Paris, Poitiers, and Reims. Exchange students come to Sciences Po for one or two semesters and can study in English, French or in both languages. The exchange program is an excellent opportunity to discover Sciences Po’s internationally focused and professionally-relevant social science curriculum, distinctive teaching methods and vibrant student life. This university is suitable for students to learn European economics, Global Studies, European Social Policy, and Political Studies.

Program:Student Exchange
1 Semester
Minimum GPA:
Tuition fee:
Depends on OIA
Minimum IELTS:
6.5 overall, no band under 5.5
Living cost:
EUR 1.327,5-1.557,5/month (Paris Campus)EUR 590 – 985/ month (Reims Campus)
Deadline nomination:
1 April (Fall)
14 October (Spring)
August (Fall)
January (Spring)
The French Social Security System is free


Entry Requirements:
  • Enrolled as an active student at the IUP in PPM
  • Completed at least 4 semesters of study at the IUP in PPM
  • Meet the requirements for minimum GPA and IELTS
  • Pass the internal selection at the department

Required Documents:

Internal SelectionApplication in OIA
Application formOnline application form (*after nominated)
Curriculum VitaeOfficial Academic Transcript
IELTS CertificateCurriculum Vitae
Academic TranscriptMotivation Letter
 Letter of Nomination from faculty (*addressed
 to Head of Office of International Affairs)
 Scanned the personal page of the passport
 IELTS Certificate
 Letter of Recommendation from the academic advisor
 Certificate of Enrollment from faculty


Tuition & Living Cost:

France Visa                   : EUR 99
Residence Permit         : EUR 50
Flight ticket (return)     : EUR 1210
Tuition fee                     : Waived by host university
Student insurance     : The French Social Security System is free or Students can use personal insurance as long as it can coverage you during your stay in France.
Living cost            : EUR 1.327,5 – 1.557,5/ month (Paris Campus),  EUR 590 – 985/ month (Reims Campus)


Details Campus Paris
Accommodation        : EUR 885 – 1000/ month
Meals                            : EUR 250 – 300/ month
Public Transport         : EUR 72,50/ month
Miscellaneous             : EUR 100-150/ month
Communication          : EUR 20 – 35/ month


Campus Reims
Accommodation    : EUR 300-550/ month
Meals                       : EUR 200 – 300/ month
Public Transport     : EUR 20 – 30/ month
Miscellaneous         : EUR 50 – 70/ month
Communication      : EUR 20 – 35/ month


Credit Transfer:
Sciences Po UniversityGradeIUP-PPMGrade
16-20Superior workA4,0
14Very GoodA4,0


Further information:

Exchange programme | Sciences Po International


Course offered:

Link for syllabus:
Exchange programme on the Paris campus | Sciences Po Undergraduate College Exchange programme on the Reims campus | Sciences Po Undergraduate College
10 ECTS = 8 SKS at UGM (transferred to 2 courses).
5 ECTS = 4 SKS at UGM (transferred to 1 course).
Students need to take maximum 30 ECTS.

Fall Semester CourseSpring Semester Course
Trade and International FinanceEmerging economies and societies
Microeconomics: Information, Design and InstitutionsIntermediate Macroeconomics: Evidence, Theory and Policy
Comparative PoliticsInternational Economic Negotiations
Major Fields of Investigation in SociologyEconomic Outlook Assessment: Methods, Tools and Debates for Economists & Policy Makers
European Union in the world economyEconomics of the European Union
Global Economic HistoryPerspectives in Economics and Sociology: Issues of Migration, Discrimination, Justice and Religion
Agriculture, Food and GlobalizationAn Introduction to Environmental Economics
Global collective action in a fragmented world: An economic perspectiveCryptocurrencies and Blockchain: New Challenges for Banks and Central Banks
Political EconomicsSustainable development law
European Economic LawContemporary Issues in Corporate Law & Governance
Sustainable development lawGender and Queer Law
Contemporary Issues in Corporate Law & GovernanceEU Law in Times of crisis : Covid, Brexit and the Rule of Law
Gender and Queer LawDemocracy and Surveillance
Refugee protectionGender and International Human Rights Law
Women’s Health and the LawLaw and the city
Law and the cityGlobal Environmental Governance
Equality and diversity in the United StatesPolicy Studies
Gender and International Human Rights LawGender and migration, conflict and development
Governing Climate ChangeGoverning borders in the 21st Century
Introduction to Disability StudiesGlobal climate politics : comparative EU-US perspectives
Gender and migration, conflict and developmentEuro, migration and climate change: European challenges and opportunities
Global climate politics : comparative EU-US perspectivesContemporary Brazilian Foreign Policy: actors and agendas
Europe foreign and security policiesGender-based violence and displacement
Social Policies in EuropeEurope foreign and security policies
European integration and its challenges: the euro, migration and populismFrance’s foreign policy in the Middle East from 1995 to the present.
Citizen Politics and Democracy in Times of CrisisClimate Change and International Security in the Anthropocene
Decision-Making Process of the European Union: an insider’s viewDemocracy in Europe : past, present and future challenges
Environmental PoliticsFundamentals of world politics
Urban Governance and Environmental PolicyUrban Governance and Environmental Policy
Right-wing extremism, radicalism and populism in Europe and the USPublic Policy for Changing Societies: Comparative Analysis of Actors & Challenges Underlying Contempt
International Environmental PoliticsUnderstanding the role of (political) institutions
Comparative Social Policy: A multidisciplinary OutlookMemory Politics: An Introduction to Memory Studies
Sociology of Work and Employment. Precarious jobs and new forms of workThe Politics of Democratization: Regime Transitions in a Comparative Perspective
The Organizational SocietyThe politics of urbanism
Gender and HealthUrban Sociology: Structural contexts, social dynamics and lifestyles
Digital Media and SocietyEducation and social inequalities in western countries
 The Organizational Society
 Digital Data and Media in Society
 Economics of Poverty
 News and media landscape
France is a Woman: History and Society through the lens of French WomenBE Core Common: Social Entrepreneurship
Age of Economists: a History and a CritiqueIAS Core Common: Great Power Competition
African-American Odyssey from Phyllis Weatley to #BlackLivesMatterMedia and narrative center – News and Media Landscape
Gender: Key Questions of our TimeFundamental rights and freedoms: a comparative perspective
Populism: the political trajectory of a controversial conceptLGBT+ Rights: An Interdisciplinary Perspective
Questions of Gender in Media and CultureChanging Role of Non-State Actors in International Affairs
Fake News and Misinformation in Digital SocietiesEconomics & Social Analysis
Aristocracy, Democracy, and the Liberal Arts: Education for Good GovernmentGlobal Energy Fundamentals
Environmental Histories of North AmericaPublic health policy : current challenges and debates
Energy, Climate and Geopolitics: Contemporary ChallengesTerrorism and the Transformation of Cities
Energy Politics and Diplomacy in the Global SouthIntroduction to Digital Governance
Decolonizing the Global Ecological Debate: Indigenous American Perspectives on EnvironmentalismTerrorism Studies: A Comprehensive Approach
Gender, Family Diversity and Reproductive Autonomy in a Globalized WorldReproductive autonomy and human rights: implications for gender and family formation
Introduction to Digital GovernanceCorruption, public integrity and transparency: understanding a central issue of our time
Power Transitions in the Global World: Economy, Politics, and InstitutionsGlobal Energy Transition and the Anthropocene
Global Energy Fundamentals 
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