Economy and Society - Asia Pacific

SubjectSocial Sciences


Type of DegreeBA

CostEUR 0-10,700


Cost non-EUEUR 10,700

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  • Focus on Europe's relations with Asia and the dynamics of globalisation
  • Programme taught in English with intensive French language study
  • Foreign language study in Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Hindi and Indonesian
  • Dual Bachelor's Degrees with Columbia University, Keio University and UBC

The English-taught Europe-Asia Undergraduate programme addresses the relationship between Europe and Asia, in a multidisciplinary approach and a unique methodology to Sciences Po. During the three years of the programme, students will master at least French, English and one Asian language adding an international experience to students’ profiles and an enriching future career prospects. There is no need to speak French for this programme.

Two years are spent in Le Havre and the 3rd year abroad in one of our 410 partner universities or in an internship. After graduating students can join the Paris campus for the master’s degree, or continue studies at another university in or outside France..

The curriculum aims to provide students with a comparative understanding of the European and Asian systems through a rigorous teaching of five core subjects delivered by an international faculty: Economics, History, Law, Political Science, and Sociology. A wide range of electives are offered. Asian languages are taught from beginner to advanced level: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Hindi and Indonesian are offered. French classes are available for non-francophone students.

Le Havre Campus is an international campus and also offers double Bachelor Degree Programmes with Columbia University (New-York), Keio University (Tokyo) and the University of British Columbia.

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