Economy and Society - Middle-East and Mediterranean

SubjectSocial Sciences


Type of DegreeBA

CostEUR 0-10,700



Cost non-EUEUR 10,700

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  • Focus on the Middle East, the Mediterranean and Gulf states
  • Programme taught in English with intensive French language study
  • Foreign language study in Arabic, Turkish and Hebrew
  • Dual Bachelor's Degrees with Columbia University, UBC and UCL

The English-taught Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Undergraduate programme addresses the relationships between Europe, the Middle East and the Mediterranean region, in a multidisciplinary approach and a unique methodology to Sciences Po.

Two years are spent in Menton and the 3rd year abroad in one of our 410 partner universities or in an internship After graduating students can join the Paris campus for the master’s degree, or continue studies at another university in or outside France.

The curriculum aims to provide students with a comparative understanding of the varying systems studied through a rigorous teaching of five core social science subjects delivered by an international faculty: Economics, History, Law, Political Science, and Sociology. Elective courses specialized in the zone of the College’s interest are available (Political Economy of the Middle East, Geopolitics of the Middle East, History of the Arab-Islamic Civilization…) in three languages (French, Arabic and English). There is no need to speak French. A complete curriculum is available in English. Language classes are available (English, Arabic, and French as second language, with the possibility for non-beginners to start Arabic and French).

The Menton Campus is an international campus and also offers double Bachelor Degree Programmes with Columbia University (New York), University College London, and the University of British Columbia.

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