Students may study in Paris, Cergy-Pontiose, or at a Sciences Po regional campus throughout France.


Paris is a city rich in culture, home to world-famous architecture, monuments, and museums, in addition to being a global leader in politics, business, and education.


Cergy- Pontoise is a small city located just outside of Paris in the Val d’Oise region. Home of ESSEC, Cergy is a 45 minute trip from Paris and is well connected to the capital by RER.


Dijon, an ancient Roman settlement and now the regional capital of Burgundy, is known for its rich architecture and gastronomical influences.

Le Havre

The historic city of Le Havre, located on the Normandy coast, is France’s largest commercial port and has long been a link between France and the rest of the world.


Menton, known as “The Pearl of France,” is a resort town located on the French Riviera and famed for its beautiful vistas, lush vegetation and mild climate.


The city of Nancy, located in northeast France, is a designated world-heritage site, but is also traditionally known as a college town.


Poitiers, home to a large population of university students, is a beautiful medieval town with picturesque panoramas of the French countryside.


Reims, just forty minutes east of Paris in the heart of Champagne country, is the medieval city where coronations were held for the French monarchy.