Tuition and Fees
Students attending the Sciences Po – UC Berkeley Dual Degree program pay tuition and fees to the campus they are physically attending.
For the first two years, tuition and fees are paid to Sciences Po. For the last two years of the program, tuition and fees are paid to UC Berkeley. Tuition and fees for both institutions are subject to change.
Tuition is determined by tax residence within or outside of the European Economic Area and based on a sliding scale from 0 to 10,370 Euros. Refer to the Sciences Po website for 2018-19 fees. Fees are listed per academic year.
Cost of living estimates vary by campus. Visit the Sciences Po Create a Budget page for additional details.
Determine your residency status, and then review undergraduate tuition and fees for the current academic year on the Office of the Registrar’s website. Note that fees are listed per semester on the Registrar’s site (there are two semesters per year).
Cost of living estimates can be found on the Cost of Attendance page of the Berkeley Financial Aid and Scholarships website under “Other Estimated Costs.” Costs presented on this page are per year.
Students admitted to the program for Fall 2019 will attend UC Berkeley beginning in Fall 2021. The 2021-2022 cost of attendance, including tuition, fees and non-resident supplemental tuition rates, will be available in late Spring 2021.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Similar to tuition and fees, financial aid and scholarships are administered by the campus of attendance.
Sciences Po is pleased to offer the Henri de Castries Scholarship, a $10,000 merit-based scholarship for students in order to help them sustain their stay in France during their studies. Information on applying for the Henri de Castries Scholarship can be found here.
Other need-based scholarships may be available for qualifying students, but will vary year to year.
All students will also receive financial aid for housing from the CAF (Caisse d’Allocations Familiales) once they apply and begin their studies at Sciences Po. This benefit is for French and international students.
US citizens, US permanent residents, and eligible non-citizens may apply for and receive need-based financial aid through the Berkeley Financial Aid and Scholarships office during the two years at UC Berkeley.
Foreign nationals who will be studying at Berkeley through a visa can review the Berkeley International Office’s webpage on Financial Aid for International Students.