Contact

Michelle BENOIT
International Office Room 423
Tel: +33 (0)3 68 85 81 05
Fax: +33 (0)3 68 85 85 78

michelle.benoit@unistra.fr

The International Students’ Office organises activities throughout the year to help you discover the area and settle in to your new environment.



Students info

STUDENTS INFO 2018-2019

FACT SHEET 2018-2019

VADEMECUM DES EXAMENS – Guide to taking exams for visiting students
REGISTRATION FORM FOR EXAMINATIONS


Coming to study at Sciences Po

Studying at Sciences Po Strasbourg (in video)

Visiting students' top reasons for choosing Sciences Po Strasbourg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WELCOME TO SCIENCES PO STRASBOURG
A guide for international students

1 – Students coming to study on an exchange programme

The Institute has signed agreements for student exchanges with more than 100 universities throughout the world. Each year, nearly 300 students come here for an academic year or for a semester. In accordance with these agreements, students are selected by their sending university; they continue to pay fees to their university and are exempt from paying fees here.

- Procedure for Erasmus exchange students

Procedure for ‘outside-Europe agreement students

- Learning Agreement

This learning agreement may be modified at the start of the study period in Strasbourg, in agreement with the academic coordinators (sending university and host university).
To fill in your learning agreement, see HERE for the list of courses offered for the 2015-2016 academic year.

List of courses taught in English - 2017/2018

List of courses - 2017/2018

Please send all documents to:

Institut d'études politiques
Bureau des Relations internationales
47 avenue de la Forêt Noire
67082 STRASBOURG CEDEX

2 - CES (Certificate of European Studies)

Potential applicants : Students in an exchange programme or in an non exchange programme.

The Certificate of European Studies (CES) is a university certificate awarded after successful completion of one semester of study at Sciences Po Strasbourg. It is taught exclusively in English and aims at enabling international students with little or no prior skills in the French language to gain access to the excellence of a French Grande Ecole’s programme of study. By combining
lectures, seminars, field trips and educational visits, the CES focuses on Europe in a global perspective, while also introducing students to the French language and culture. Thanks to Sciences Po Strasbourg’s long-standing partnership with European institutions such as the European Parliament and the Council of Europe, international students will therefore have a unique
opportunity to gain both theoretical and practical understanding of Europe from the very heart of its capital.

Course syllabus semester 1

Course syllabus semester 2


Timetable for applications 2017/2018 semester 1 (tbc)
Timetable for application 2017/2018 semester 2
(tbc)

3 – Practical information

When you arrive in Strasbourg you will need to have the following documents:

3 passport photographs

A photocopy of your passport

The European Health Insurance Card (for EU students)

Non-EU: all students from a non-EU country must take out French health insurance (this does not apply to students from Quebec). When you come to register, you will have to choose between the MGEL or the LMDE for your health insurance. Please look at their respective websites so that you can decide which one you wish to choose.
Please note: your social protection in France will only take effect from 1 October (for students enrolled for the full year or for the first semester) or from 1 February for students enrolled for the second semester.

Look at the guide ‘Studying in Strasbourg