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Sciences Po accessible

Sciences Po is committed to equality, and as such every student is welcomed in the best conditions possible, in particular those with special needs.

Our « Sciences Po accessible » program means we have a policy of accessibility on every level, from admissions to career orientation, throughout the entire period of schooling and university life.

We take care that each student remains as independent as possible throughout his or her time here at Sciences Po and can avail of individual aid measures where required regardless of their disability.

Admission and Schooling

Sciences Po wants your time at school here to happen under the best possible circumstances and wants you to perfectly integrate student life, so specific adaptations have been made to help you solve all accessibility issues.

A special needs centre is at your disposal to take your needs into account, to serve as an interface between the different departments here at Sciences Po and to accompany you in your daily life (transport, accommodation, human help, 3rd year abroad …).

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Library

The library is committed to providing access to library resources for readers with disabilities. It has therefore developed services to improve accessibility for all readers.

More information for readers with disabilities.

Testimonials from Sciences Po students

Valentin:

My teachers were all very understanding, showing kindness and consideration, I am fully satisfied with the welcome I received and my integration into Sciences Po.

Audrey:

When I started at Sciences Po, I did think it was going to be more complicated than before given the numbers of students in the establishment.

However, straight away at registration I was aided by all of the teams at Sciences Po.

Louis:

I have to say that I was amazed by the welcome I received at Sciences Po. The effort made to adapt my timetable taking into account my therapy appointments and transport issues.

The policy at Sciences Po is ambitious and pioneering and I would like to thank you for that. Your fantastic contribution is helping to move forward the fight for the integration of the disabled and create a greater level of tolerance from everyone.

I could simply sum up the reception at the Accueil handicap at Sciences Po and the overall policy in three words: listening, conscientious and effective …