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Second year independent civic project internship

The independent civic project internship is a compulsory part of the Undergraduate College Civic Learning Programme. Students work on individual or group projects over the two semesters of study, complementing the experience gained during their first-year civic internship. The civic project module counts for 3 ECTS credits and is an essential component of the Bachelor of Arts degree.
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First year civic internship

As a first year student, the civic internship is a compulsory part of your civic programme at the Undergraduate College. It is worth 3 ECTS credits and is an essential fieldwork component of your Bachelor’s degree.
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Third year internship abroad

The hybrid year provides you the opportunity to carry out a 4 months-long internship experience abroad. In choosing this format, you have the possibility to discover new market sectors and professional activities, to grow in autonomy and gain confidence, alongside a valuable experience of a new culture and the learning of a new language in a professional environment.

Compulsory master's internship

The compulsory internship during your semester off-campus is an integral part of the second year of your Master’s programme and can be a gateway to your first job. It allows you to put the academic knowledge acquired during the semesters of teaching at Sciences Po into practice and to strengthen your professional skills. To ensure your internship runs smoothly and can be validated, you must respect certain formalities:

Gap year internships

During your years of study at Sciences Po, you may choose to take a gap year, either between your Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes or between the first and second years of your Master’s degree. Together with your compulsory internships, a gap year is a great way to try out new fields and types of job, learn new skills, and narrow down your career goals and/or your choice of final internship.

Optional internships

It is possible to do several optional internships during your years of study at Sciences Po. Together with your compulsory internships, they are a great way to try out new fields and types of job, and can help you narrow down your career goals and/or your choice of final internship.

Doing an internship at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs (This page is being updated)

Would you like to do an internship with the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs? The MEAE offers you the opportunity to do an internship in France or abroad, with a wide variety of missions on all continents.

If you are looking for interns or future employees, our guide 'Recruit at Sciences Po' will provide the relevant information about our students, the careers we train them for and how to leverage this great pool of talent to meet your recruitment needs.
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