Dual Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences and Humanities, Sciences Po (France) and The University of British Columbia (UBC), (Vancouver, Canada) Program By Sciences Po |Top Universities

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The UBC Sciences Po Dual Degree is a partnership between the University of British Columbia and Sciences Po (Institut d'études politiques de Paris) that gives students the opportunity to earn tw- Bachelor of Arts degrees in four years, while studying in Canada and France.

As a Dual Degree student, you'll spend the first two years of your studies at one of Sciences Po's three regional campuses: Menton, or Le Havre, or Reims. Each Sciences Po campus specializes in a particular region of the world, and offers a core curriculum with a heavy linguistic and cultural focus. 

The student body at each campus is diverse, comprised of French and international students, and students from the campus' region of focus. Courses are taught in English, with additional instruction in French and the languages spoken in the campus' region of focus.

After completing your first twp years at Sciences Po, you will begin the last twp years of your undergraduate studies in July at the University of British Columbia Vancouver campus in the Faculty of Arts. You'll participate in intensive seminars designed tp connect you with your cohort, orient you to campus and research culture at UBC, and connect your two educational experiences. 

The seminars will not only give you a preliminary taste of UBC, but prepare you to engage with your chosen discipline as a researcher and scholar. During your time at UBC, you will further specialize in the social sciences through your chosen major. Like all UBC students, you'll be encouraged to participate in the campus research culture and experiential learning opportunities.

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