General Information

General Information

Dual degree programs

Early on, Sciences Po Lille decided to capitalize on its prime geographic location to develop its international relations. Since 1999, three dual degree programs have been established in partnership with three European universities.

-Franco-British dual degree with the University of Kent, Canterbury (Great Britain).   Download the brochure
-Franco-German dual degree with the University of Münster (Germany).  Download the brochure
-Franco-Spanish dual degree with the University of Salamanca (Spain).  Download the brochure

 

Every year, Sciences Po Lille offers 20 places (this number may vary according to places available) for each dual degree program. Students who hold a French Baccalauréat or its equivalent can submit their application through our website, this year the applications start from the 15th of January to the 1st of march 2016.

The selection process consists in two stages; in the first stage candidates will pass three different tests (language, contemporary issues and history) for the second stage there is a language test in front of a panel of judges in order to evaluate the language level and candidate’s knowledge about German, British or Spanish history and culture.

The students admitted to these programs spend two years abroad (either at the University of Kent/University of Munster/University of Salamanca) experiencing a different academic environment and following a rigorous curriculum that is perfectly coordinated with the Sciences Po Lille program.

Upon graduation, these students receive a degree from the partner university (Bachelor and/or Masters) in addition to their Sciences Po Lille diploma.

If you are interested in applying to this program, please visit our French website (insérer un lien vers le site français concours) and for any further queries contact Liliana Martinez Le Goff (liliana.legoff@sciencespo-lille.eu)

Applicants whose high school leaving qualification is not the French Baccalauréat, must submit their application to the partner University.

Applicants whose high school leaving qualification is not the French Baccalauréat, must submit their application to the partner University.

For more details about Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität of Munster:

For further information about University of Kent:

For more details about University of Salamanca, please contact Iván Llamazares: illamaz@usal.es