Undergraduate College courses are multidisciplinary and cover the fields of economics, history, international relations, law, political science and the humanities. There is no compulsory major or specific programme for exchange students. They can therefore enrol in any of the many courses offered by the College, in the discipline of their choice.
For exchange students with focused interests, the Undergraduate College programme allows students to focus on a geographic region: Central and Eastern Europe (Dijon campus), Asia (Le Havre campus), the Middle East and Mediterranean (Menton campus) Europe & the Franco-German zone (Nancy campus), Latin America, Spain and Portugal (Poitiers campus), Africa or North America (Reims campus).
The curriculum can be completed in French, English, or both languages and includes a diverse range of courses; activities with student clubs and associations also form part of the programme. However, please note that some campuses have French language requirements.
If students apply to Sciences Po through the CIVICA Engage track, they will be expected to take an Engage course as part of their programme.
The GO LSE exchange is additional to the requirements of your LSE degree. Having completed the year at Sciences Po, you will then return to LSE to study the final year of your programme. Your year overseas will not count towards your final degree classification at LSE, but you will be issued with a separate Sciences Po transcript providing details of your results.
Please be advised that classes and exams at some institutions in France, including Sciences Po, may be scheduled during the weekend. Regular religious practices are not included in the exceptions that can be made for exams or classes.
Find out more about the exchange programme on the Sciences Po website.