Sciences Po and FGV-EAESP have decided to come together in order to propose a high-quality joint curriculum through the Dual Master's Degree in International Relations, Management & Trade.
In this two-year full time Master's programme, taught in both French and English, students focus on the main theories and expertise relevant to international relations, management and business. Instruction is imparted by distinguished scholars, business leaders and policy makers. Courses combine seminars on specific issues with workshops, simulations, case studies, and talks.
The Sciences Po – FGV-EAESP dual Master's degrees in International Relations, Management and Trade lasts two years : the first year takes place at Sciences Po in the Master's Degree Finance et Stratégie or in the Master's Degree in Economics and Business and the second year will take place at FGV-EAESPin the Mestrado Profissional em Gestão Internacional.
Students are enrolled full-time in both institutions for both years and benefit from the student services of each institution (free access to library, student unions …).
Courses are multidisciplinary and students can choose from a wide range of courses in management, business, finance, economics, law, and international relations.
All students will be required to follow French and/or English language courses at Sciences Po if their level in not considered fully fluent. Native speakers and students having completed degree programs at French or English-speaking higher education institutions may be exempt from this condition.
The programme also includes an obligatory ten-week internship that may be conducted at any time throughout the programme's duration. And thesis project is also required at the end of the fourth semester of studies.
Assessment will be conducted according to the regular grading and evaluation procedures of each institution. Graduation relies on the successful validation of both years of the studies at Sciences Po and FGV-EAESP respectively.
You can apply until:
Always verify the dates on the programme website.
This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
Non native French speakers must present applying for the Master's Degree Finance et Stratégie:
For non native English speakers:
Candidates must apply directly on the Sciences Po website: Admissions. The application is accessible online only.
The following information provides a general idea of the application's components and is in no way an exhaustive list of the documents required. Detailed application information is available in the online application. To access the application you must create an online profile and begin the application process. Online access to the application is unlimited.
Please consult the Admissions website and the online application for information regarding your application. If you have any specific questions, Admissions will be happy to respond to any specific questions.
Applicants will be asked to provide:
Applications are administered centrally at Sciences Po where they will be examined by a joint admissions board comprised of representatives from both FGV-EAESP and Sciences Po.
NB: this application is specific to this programme and may not be considered as an application to admission in other programmes offered by either institution.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
Students must pay the tuition fees applicable in their host institution (Sciences Po for Year 1 and FGV-EAESP for the Year 2).
How to calculate your tuition fees?
The tuition fees charged depend on the parents’ tax residencerather than on student's nationality.
Students whose parents’ tax residence is not in the EEA (European Economic Area: all EU countries + Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein) must pay fees of 6 550 € (barème unique), 10 150 € (Undergraduate) or 13 970 € (Master's) per year.
Students whose parents’ tax residence is in the EEA (i.e. all EU countries, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein) will pay fees according to a sliding scale:
Depending on total declared income and the size of the household.
Depending on the size of his family, the student is entitled to a certain number of "shares", the result of which is to reduce the tuition fees. In a family, the mother and the father count for one "share" each. Children of the household, count for half a share each. Thus a married couple with three children will be entitled to 3,5 shares.
What documents must be provided to calculate your tuition fees?
Students shall provide one or more of the following documents translated into French:
Good to know
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