Admission process for International Program

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Admission process

Step one : Application
Applicants must submit

  • Their personal and academic record including CV in English, grade transcripts translated in French or English,
    extracurricular activities…
  • A 1000 word essay written in English on a topic related to history or current affairs chosen by the applicant. This essay must demonstrate the applicant’s ability to develop clear arguments and analysis in response to a question addressing the field of humanities and social sciences (history, economics, law, political science, sociology…).

The panel of Sciences Po Grenoble professors will examine and grade the application.

Step two : Interview

The admissions committee will select finalists for interviews which will be conducted online in English. The committee may ask the applicants about their background, personal goals, the aforementioned essay and any current international topic

Students admitted to Sciences Po Grenoble may not defer until the following year.

To apply :

Online application link : http://concours.sciencespo-grenoble.fr/

Application open from February 15 to April 30 12:00 AM (UTC+2 Time of Paris)

Please follow these steps:

  • Enter your last name, first name and email address,
  • Click on the link received by email to activate your account,
  • Enter your logins,
  • Fill in the online form and post the required documents
  • Application fees: €110, payable online
Applicant record (all documents must be submitted online):

Application open from February 15 to April 30 12:00 AM (UTC+2 Heure de Paris)

Documents:

  • High school qualification certificate ONLY if already obtained.
  • Official grade transcript of final two years of high school (On 1 PDF) – with certified translation in English or French
  • Optional: official University grade transcript (if applicable) – with certified translation in English or French
  • Curriculum Vitae (1 page) written in English
  • A personal statement including the student’s background, reasons for applying, extra-curricular activities and commitments as well as any other relevant information (300 words maximum).
  • Official Certification of English level (TOEFL 95 / IELTS 6,5 / TOEIC “listening and reading” (945) & “speaking and writing” (360) / Cambridge Certificate B2 minimum)
  • A 1000-word essay written in English on a topic chosen by the applicant related to history or current affairs. This essay must demonstrate the applicant’s ability to develop clear arguments and analysis in response to a question addressing the field of humanities and social sciences (history, economics, law, political science, sociology…).  The essay will be put through anti-plagiarism software.

 

Online application link : http://concours.sciencespo-grenoble.fr/

Contact : contact-internationalprogram@sciencespo-grenoble.fr