magtse wrote: »
HI Everyone & @GSTourGuides
My daughter is very interested in this program and I am doing more research on it. I am a bit confused on the Civics Learning Program or the Capstone Program. May I consult with everyone on this forum, when is this supposed to take place within the degree? I thought maybe after the first year? or 2nd or is the student supposed to start & finish it off at Columbia?
I am just a bit confused on the timeline.
Aar2001 wrote: »
Hi, I am currently living in India and am in my 12th grade. I am keen on applying for the dual ba program next year. I wanted to know whether the program is need-blind for international students. I also was confused about whether I wanted to apply to Le Havre or Reims. I was told that getting into the dual-ba program through Le Havre was a lot more difficult as the number of seats is lesser. To what extent is this true?
What are the other key differences in these two campuses (aside from the regional focus)?
magtse wrote: »
Thank you so much for your clarifications. You mentioned that the Civic Engagement Program last from 1st through 3rd year so does that mean the paper is due sometime during their 3rd year at Columbia?
aiuliam wrote: »
Hi @GSTourGuides , thanks so much for your helpful replies! I'm a prospective applicant to the Reims campus and wanted to ask specifically about the admission process and some nitty-gritty details about financial aid. I'm a student from a large American public high school to give some context. I'll (precariously) assume I make it past the initial review and am offered the opportunity for an interview... how can I best prepare for this interview, which I've heard is rather unique? How can students show their capability for the program through the interview in ways they couldn't from their activities, grades, or essay? What are some things to stay away from in an interview for SciencesPo-Columbia?
Secondly, I'm a dual citizen of the US and Romania (which is a member of the EU). This is kind of specific, but I was wondering if you know whether dual citizens of the EU can apply for any of the scholarships or housing grants available for the two years at SciencesPo traditionally for citizens of the EU?
Whitesilver wrote: »
@GSTourGuides Although this program doesn't require SAT subject tests, is it recommended that you take them? And if so, on average, how many subject tests would a GS Dual BA student take? Thanks!!
ymez13 wrote: »
Hello guys I just had a question. Can I still apply for this program even if I want to major in physics? I am from the united states but I have North African Origin so I am both fluent in french and arabic and I find this program very interesting.