Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ Registration Procedure
Administrative registration takes place exclusively online and is compulsory for all the students, exchange students, gap year students and Double Degree students going to a Partner University included. You can register from your personal student space, with the ID number and access code that you were provided upon admission.
The Registration Calendar is available on the dedicated page: Registration Calendar.
- For more information about Administrative registration, please look at: registering at Sciences Po.
For problems with your Sciences Po account, contact the helpdesk.
Yes. You have to register at Sciences Po and pay 25% of your tuition fees as well as your healthcare contribution. When registering online, the amount indicated will be 100% because the system does not perform specific calculations. Please pay 25% of this amount + the amount of medical and health expenses. The Registration Office will contact you to regularize the amount if necessary.
Yes. The third year is part of your schooling obligation. Therefore, you have to complete your online registration at Sciences Po and pay your tuition fees and healthcare contribution. Early registration is available. Check the Registration Calendar, for further details.
Yes. You have to register and point out that you are waiting for the grant notification from the CROUS.
Then as soon as you receive it, you need to upload the notification on your student space (step 5 of the registration process).
At registration, you must provide an official document attesting to your successful completion of the degree based on which you were admitted to Sciences Po.
This document is sufficient, and you will not need to subsequently submit your original diploma. Please consider that random checks may be done to verify the authenticity of the uploaded documents. Any violation may lead to the disciplinary committee.
If you cannot obtain such an official document, you can request an additional time (step 5: Upload supporting documents). You will have to join an official proof of completion or a copy of the actual diploma by October 31, 2017.
Note that if you fail to obtain the degree based on which you were admitted, your admission will be revoked and you will be deregistered.