Sciences Po: Paris - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

7 recent reviews
  • Location(s): Paris, France
  • Program Type(s): Study Abroad

Request Info

(For American Students)


A Program Rep. will contact you shortly after
For non-American students, please contact the program directly.

Or Register With Facebook

It will help you track your requests and only takes a second.

Sciences Po's international dimension was established in  its founding documents.Driven forward by this vocation for nearly 150 years, today Sciences Po stands out as a world-class university: internationally-recognised degrees and research, a mul... read more

All Reviews

OVERALL RATING 4.0
Based on 7 Reviews
Food
Cost of Living
Admin
Social/Cultural
Academics
Housing
Overall Experience
It was great meeting people from France and other exchange students from all over the world. Paris is a very exciting city, but also expensive so it was difficult to participate in as many cultural activities as I would have liked. I gained a lot of independence through the experience. - Wellesley College View Entire Review
I grew so much out of this experience. I learned that I am able to go and live in a foreign country on my own and deal with all types of issues. I learned how to be completely independent, organized and responsible. I also got to meet people with different points of view, which in turn broadened my view of things. I learned so m... - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
Absolutely. - Wellesley College View Entire Review
My French is way better. Some of my professors were really excellent (I repeat this because it seems, from talking to other exchange students, that my experience was an anomaly) - I have developed intellectually while here. I also know a lot more about France and Europe which is really neat. I am more culturally aware from spend... - Wellesley College View Entire Review
Yes I learned a lot but I don't think that I would like to live in Paris again nor go to Sciences Po again (say for graduate study). - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Direct Enrollment: Paris - Sciences Po
Oh yes! I loved it:D, had a great time, even though at first had some downfalls... but as time progressed, things got way better, and was able to do pretty much everything I wanted to do. Loved to travel, go out, and interact with people. Had a lot of free time, which gave me time to go to a lot of places in and outside the city... - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
Past Review
I became much more independent and confident in my abilities as a student and individual. The internship was an amazing part of the experience, and something I would highly recommend. I may be a little more policy oriented than I was because of the internship. I kind of also realized that while I love France, I probably would no... - Rice University View Entire Review
I learned about what kind of city makes me happy. What factors are important to me in terms of quality of life (eg. fresh farmer's market versus good shopping nearby). The importance of public transport. I also learned what kind of student I am on a "global" level. It was interesting to have the comparison with French studen... - Wellesley College View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Direct Enrollment: Paris - Sciences Po
I found new direction in my life and studies, I met some of the most amazing people I've ever come across, I learned how to savor and appreciate time, food, art in ways I never though possible. - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
Be more efficient - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
yeah, i would say so. I've learned to be more independent. - Wellesley College View Entire Review
I improved my French a lot, I learned how to be more independent, I had lots of fun, and I got to take classes with a more European perspective on politics and economics. - Wellesley College View Entire Review
It was incredible, overall. Yes, I had some difficulties, and yes, there were some things that I disliked, however-- It was amazing!! The only thing that I would change, was my own personal commitment to learning the language. - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
I gained valuable experience being an adult, an individual, and a scholar. The French student work ethic was inspiring. The level of competence and knowledge that the professors had was highly refreshing and inspiring as well. - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
it was worthwhile in the sense that i got to spend time in Paris. I just didn't particularly like the type of education I received. - Wellesley College View Entire Review
- Rice University View Entire Review

About

Sciences Po's international dimension was established in  its founding documents.
Driven forward by this vocation for nearly 150 years, today Sciences Po stands out as a world-class university: internationally-recognised degrees and research, a multicultural community and a worldwide network of partners.

At Sciences Po, the finest researchers in the social sciences engage in continual dialogue with the greatest practitioners. With an academic community of more than 4,000 academics including 2,400 practitioners, the knowledge we transmit to students is nurtured by innovative research and rooted in reality

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
Instruction Language(s):
  • French
  • English
Website
Take me there!

Statistics

Videos