Students studying in Bordeaux enroll in university courses at the Université Bordeaux Montaigne or at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Bordeaux (Sciences Po Bordeaux).

By clicking one of the subject links below, you'll be taken to the appropriate program's website. 

You'll find a menu on the right-hand side of the page. In general, you should look at Licence 2 (second year) level courses, and Licence 3 (third year) level courses within your major discipline.

Université Bordeaux Montaigne

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Institut d'Etudes politiques (Sciences Po Bordeaux)

Résumé des cours
     Students wishing to take courses at Sciences Po Bordeaux must also be accepted by Sciences Po Bordeaux, on the basis of their language skills and academic background. The application procedure is simple, but is separate from application and acceptance to the School in France. The deadline for fall and academic year students is early March; for spring students it is early November.
     Academic year students at Sciences Po Bordeaux may enroll in the Certificat d'Etudes Politiques à titre étranger, which includes interdisciplinary coursework in political science, international relations, economics, etc. 

Other Institutions

By special arrangements, qualified undergraduates may be authorized to take courses at the Université de Bordeaux.

For detailed information, please contact the Office of International Programs at Middlebury College:

Click here for a list of available disciplines by site in France.