SCIENCES PO TODAY
The founders of Sciences-Po promoted an education in the classical humanities, the social sciences and the art of governing public and private organizations.
Education at Sciences Po is multi disciplinary and entirely oriented towards developing our students’ critical spirit, supported by a solid base of knowledge and a capacity for rigourous and reasoned debate.
Sciences Po has always had a tradition of fund raising: the Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques was created to handle the administrative and financial management of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques, notably via donations.
OUR ROLE AS SCIENCES PO ALUMNI UK CHARITY TRUST
In accordance to the terms of the Trust deeds and in particular view of the Charity’s mission, the Trustees have decided to strongly support the direction set by Sciences Po for its evolution in the coming years.
Every year, the Trustees choose to support specific project amongst a list submitted by SciencesPo. The projects are selected in light of the Charity’s mission and to encourage exchange of students and professors between France and the UK.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Today it is your turn to participate to the development of Sciences Po and demonstrate your attachment to the education and diploma it gave you. France needs university champions in the world of international competition: with your help, Sciences Po will meet this challenge.
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Sciences Po enjoys international recognition with 400 international university partnerships. Notably, we offer 35 dual degrees with international partners including Columbia University in New-York, the LSE and UCL in London, Fudan University in Shanghai etc…All bachelor students have to spend their 3rd year abroad.
Ranked 4th in Social Sciences and International Relations (QS Worldwide Rankings), Sciences Po has now joined the Club of the world’s top 10 universities in human and social sciences. The school currently has 13 research centres with over 230 researchers and teacher-researchers, and a doctoral school.
Sciences Po will turn 150 in 2022.
With 13 000 students on its campus, 46% of them foreign, and 30% of students receiving financial support, Sciences Po needs only one thing to get its place amongst the world elite universities: financial resources, which can only come from the private sector, corporate and individuals.