Sciences Po Bordeaux, or Institut d’études politiques de Bordeaux, is a French political science “Grande École” established in 1948. Attached to the University of Bordeaux, Sciences Po Bordeaux is one of the ten Institutes of Political Studies of France and a Grande École. All students in Sciences Po Bordeaux study a curriculum that is highly practical and broad based, focusing on the full range of the social sciences, including: law, economics, finance and management. With a 5% admission rate, the school is considered to be one of the most selective ones in France. Therefore, its 1.300 students were admitted after a rigorous selection process. Its alumni have pursued successful careers in politics, senior civil service, media, art, literature, scientific research or business in France and around the world.
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Sciences Po Bordeaux
- Bordeaux ,
Fall semester application deadline
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Semester fees (30 ECTS)
Subjects available to free mover students
Accounting & Finance [French]Economics & Econometrics [French]Geography [French]History [French]Politics & International Studies [English]Politics & International Studies [French]Social Policy & Administration [French]Sociology [French]
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