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HOW IT WORKS
Meet with your academic advisor to discuss your study abroad courses.
Complete the study abroad application process.*
Receive application status notification by March 15 (Summer, Fall, Academic Year) or October 15 (Spring and UWinteriM).
Pay UWM institution tuition (based on residency) OR comprehensive program fee.
Pay housing and meals at the host institution.
Have the experience of a lifetime in France!
Application items may include the following:
$100 application fee
Meeting with your academic advisor
Unofficial UWM transcript
Copy of valid passport
Read and e-sign required documents
Language evaluation, if applicable
NOTE: There will be a quick turn-around time after the program deadline to confirm your participation in this program to keep the program cost as low as possible.
Sophomore standing at the start of the program
Good academic standing
No academic disciplinary record on campus
4 semesters of host language or equivalent
In addition to the main campus in Paris, Sciences Po has six regional campuses that offer students specialized study topics outside of Paris. Each center offers courses in French, English and at least one additional language from the region being studied. The centers are:
Franco-German Campus in Nancy
Latin America, Spain and Portugal Campus in Poitiers
Central and Eastern European Campus in Dijon
Middle East and Mediterranean Campus in Menton
Europe-Asia Campus in Le Havre
Euro-American Campus in Reims (entirely in English)
Students may choose to study in English, in French or in both languages. Regional campuses offer courses taught in several other languages, including, Spanish, German and Arabic.
ROOM & BOARD
Sciences Po can offer housing suggestions to students studying in Paris but ultimately students are responsible for finding their own lodging in Paris.
Students are also responsible for their own meals.
The university provides housing at the regional campuses.
VISA & PASSPORT INFORMATION
Passports need to be valid for at least six months past the program's end date. The CIE Study Abroad office strongly recommends that you expedite your passport application.
Information on how to apply for a passport can be found here.
Fall: Late September - Late January
Spring: Late January - Early June
Please see the top of the program page for cost information. Click on the term you are interested in and you will be directed to a budget sheet that contains program fees and other important financial information.
Students will pay UWM tuition based on residency to UWM and room and board in the host country. Students need to be enrolled full-time with a minimum of 12 credits hours. Please refer to the Cost Information section at the top of this brochure for more financial information. Exchange programs can be very competitive and placements are limited.