|Partner Institution/Organization Homepage:||Click to visit|
|Restrictions:||Princeton applicants only|
|Dept Offering Program:||Study Abroad OIP||Program Type:||Study Abroad (semester)|
|Language of Instruction:||Arabic, English, French||Language Prerequisite:||Yes|
|Program Features:||Academic Study||Degree Level:||3 - Sophomore, 4 - Junior, 5 - Senior|
|Time Away:||Academic Year, Fall Semester, Spring Semester||Housing options:||Apartment (Shared), Dormitory|
|Program Group:||Study Abroad OIP||Program Adviser:||Jordan Zilla|
The campus of Menton brings together international students from Europe, the Maghreb, the Middle East and the Gulf, as well as from the United States and Asia. It offers a curriculum in French and a complete curriculum in English, underpinned by the expertise of Sciences Po professors and researchers specialized in the Middle Eastern and Mediterranean zone, prestigious lecturers, and guest professors. Classes are complemented by extracurricular collective projects (Arabic publications, field trips in the Middle East, Spring School…). Located along the Mediterranean Sea, the Menton College provides international students with an ideal setting and exceptional living conditions, as well as personalized services and follow-up rendered possible by the small number of students on campus.
Students who receive financial aid at Princeton continue to receive Princeton financial aid for the approved costs of study abroad programs during the academic year. For detailed information about financial aid, program fees, and billing for study abroad, please visit the Money Matters section of the Study Abroad website.
For estimated program costs, please click on the Budget Sheet at the top of this brochure.
Passport and Visa
All incomplete applications will be kept on file at the consulate until the missing documents are presented. Processing will begin only once the application is complete.
The consular administration has full authority to evaluate and request more documents than those submitted by the applicant. Submitting the following documents, while required, does not guarantee issuance of a visa.
International students (other than European Union nationals) residing in France for more than three months must obtain a “student” residence permit (which is distinct from a visa), within two months of their arrival in France.
In order to apply, the appropriate study abroad adviser from Princeton must review your qualifications and nominate you for the program.
- Make an appointment with a study abroad adviser to discuss your interest in Sciences Po.
- Click "apply now" here on the GPS brochure to begin an application.
- Complete the study abroad application items listed in GPS by the GPS deadline.
- Short essay on why you want to study at Sciences Po (can be same essay the one required for the Princeton Study Abroad Approval Process)
- Passport photo
- Official Princeton transcript
- French language evaluation from a professor who knows your ability in the language or take the Sciences Po language evaluation online with the application.
Start planning your study abroad experience!
- Make an appointment with a study abroad adviser
- Contact a Global Ambassador
- Attend an OIP event or info session
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