Dual degree agreement signed between Sciences Po and the University of Sydney [fr]

Outstanding humanities students from the University of Sydney can earn a dual arts degree with Sciences Po, one of Europe’s leading humanities institutions, following the signing of a new partnership agreement.

JPEGEric Soulier (Head of Culture, Education, Science and Technology, Embassy of France in Australia), Sandra Margon (International Development Manager, University of Sydney), Duncan Ivison (Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Sydney), Laurent Fabius (French Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Development), Emmanuelle Denavit-Feller (Cultural Attaché, Embassy of France in Australia), Cédric Prieto (First Counsellor, Embassy of France in Australia), Eric Berti (Consul-General of France in Sydney)
Credit: Delphine Denans, Diph-Photography

The agreement was signed at the French Consulate General in Sydney on 18 November, in the presence of Professor Duncan Ivison, Dean of the University’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, and France’s Foreign Minister, Laurent Fabius.

JPEGEric Soulier (Head of Culture, Education, Science and Technology, Embassy of France in Australia), Duncan Ivison (Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Sydney), Laurent Fabius (French Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Development), Emmanuelle Denavit-Feller (Cultural Attaché, Embassy of France in Australia)
Credit: Delphine Denans, Diph-Photography

The agreement allows students to split four years of study between one of three Sciences Po campuses and the University of Sydney, under a credit recognition agreement between Sydney’s Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Political, Economic and Social Sciences (BPESS) programs, and Sciences Po’s BA degree.

Students from eligible Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences programmes can undertake the dual degree in France from 2016, with applications opening in August 2015. The first two years of the dual degree can be completed at one of three regional campuses, in Le Havre, Menton, or Reims.

Notable Sciences Po alumni include three of the last four French presidents, François Hollande, Jacques Chirac and François Mitterrand. It has also produced a former United Nations Secretary-General, a former head of the International Monetary Fund, and the former head of the European Central Bank.

Dernière modification : 25/11/2014

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