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Tha International Affairs Division is open during the Christmas break.
Please have a look at the contact information table to know which staff are available during that period.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year !!!
Obtaining An LL.M. Degree in the United States - Matthew Parker, Assistant Dean, University of Pennsylvania Law School
Please join Mr. Parker for a presentation on the benefits of obtaining an LL.M. degree in the United States in general, and from the University Law School ("Penn Law") in particular. Penn Law is an Ivy League school, located in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, founded by Ben Franklin and home of the Wharton School of Business.The presentation will last for a half hour and be followed by a question and answer session. Don't miss this chance to find out more about how to obtain a graduate degree in law from a premier American institution.
Thursday, October 18 at 3:30 PM
Room Goguel Bis
56 rue des Saints Pères



The Fletcher School Summer Session 2012

May 21 to June 29


·        Enroll in up to two summer courses at The Fletcher School, the oldest graduate school of international affairs in the United States

·         Explore the complex political, economic, legal and business issues facing the world today

·         Study among an international community of scholars, professionals and students

·         Be taught by distinguished, internationally respected faculty


Courses Offered:

·       International Human Rights Law and Policy

·        Processes of International Negotiation

·        Decision Making and Public Policy

·        Development Aid in Practice

·        Introduction to Economic Theory

·        Contemporary World Economic Issues

·        Foundations in Financial Accounting and Corporate Finance


Certificate in International Relations Program: For those desiring to pursue or enhance careers in international fields


For additional information and to register after Nov. 15th please visit


Penn Law is offering a two week immersion program concentrating on general aspects of the United States legal system. This Certificate Program will be held from July 8 – July 19, 2013 at Penn Law and is designed to be accessible to students for whom English is not a first language.
You can see more about this program at
Please consult the list of people who will be present at the International Office during Summer 2013.
Call for application for the Emmanuel Imbert Scholarship 2013
To find out more about the Emmanuel Imbert Foundation and Scholarship, read the fact sheet
To apply, send your resume (in English or French) and  the application form duly completed (in English or French).
Please send your application to the following address:
Deadline:  September, 20 
The selection committee will gather on early October and the results will be communicated to the awarded students by mid-October.

The student residence permit office will be open from 1st September to 20 October :


Monday, Thursday and Wednesday from 9:30 to 12:30

and Tuesday from 9:30 to 12:30 and 2:00 to 4:00

Accueil administratif - 9 rue de la Chaise


Contact :



Sciences Po/Princeton Collaborative Research Grants

Call for Proposals

Application deadline: 14 November 2014

Funding to commence: January 2015


Purpose of the Grant

The Sciences Po/Princeton Collaborative Grants program is designed to provide “seed-corn” support for interactions between researchers at both institutions to build the basis for new research and teaching initiatives and proposals for external funding.

 more info

Application Process

Princeton and Sciences Po faculty are invited to submit new proposals for collaborative projects (due 14 November, 2014).