Sciences Po Bachelor of Arts (BA) in the social sciences and humanities, Central and Eastern Europe specialisation, Dijon Campus Program By Sciences Po |Top Universities

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In conjunction with the multidisciplinary programme in the social sciences common to the entire Undergraduate College, students are able to gain a more advanced understanding of European integration and the issues it involves: the challenges of past and future enlargements, governance of a continental-scale European Union, and the question of the EU's borders.

Students learn about the history and functioning of the European Union; Central and Eastern Europe countries' communist past, post-communist transitions and processes of Europeanisation; recent developments and issues involved in the Western Balkan states' European prospects; the revolution in Ukraine; and the history of Russia and the post-Soviet states.

Students can also study the languages of the region, such as Hungarian, Polish, Romanian, Russian or Czech.

The Dijon campus accommodates around 160 students. More than half of these are from outside France, mostly from Central and Eastern European, Baltic and Balkan countries, and some from the Caucasus and Central Asia. This cultural diversity makes the first tw- years on campus an international experience in itself, which is capped off with the third year outside France studying at one of Sciences Po's 470 partner universities or with a dual degree with University College London (UCL).

Campus life is also kept vibrant by the vast range of clubs and associations on offer and many events held throughout the year. Students are able to initiate and take part in debates, conferences, study trips, and sports and cultural events, giving them a strong sense of empowerment.

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