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Europe Asia Campus
Le Havre
Le Havre
Table of contents
MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN
THE CAMPUS TEAM
BEFORE STARTING THE COURSES : THE 10 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS TO DO
YOUR ADMINISTRATIVE REGISTRATION
HEALTH, VISA, HOUSING AND BUDGET
YOUR STUDIES AT SCIENCES PO
ASSOCIATIONS AND CLUBS
PLACES IN LE HAVRE
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Congratulations !
Dear students,
Congratulations on your admission to Sciences Po! All the administrative team is
delighted to welcome you to the Europe-Asia campus in Le Havre.
Your success in our selective examination process reflects the accomplishment of your
secondary schooling; your admission marks the commencement of your higher
education. You are entering an international institution with French roots but open to
the world. Our multidisciplinary, multilingual program, taught by lecturers and
researchers of the highest caliber, will enable you to develop various academic skills to
prepare you for graduate studies
and/or for your professional career.
We hope that your time with us in Le Havre will be an unforgettable experience, rich,
challenging and constructive. Work hard, but also contribute to the team spirit that
fuels the campus; join clubs, associations and sport teams that are the mark of our
school !
On a personal standpoint, I strongly encourage you to explore our UNESCO World
Heritage city, the beautiful Normandy region, and the incredibly diverse regions of
France and Europe.
This welcome guide will provide you all the information you need to know prior to
your arrival at Sciences Po. Please read it carefully, and if you do have any specific
inquiries or concerns, do not hesitate to contact us!
The administrative and academic team (Vincent Fertey, Vincent Filion, Alexandra
Gravier, Alessandro Mariani, Anne Petit, Sandrine Quévreux and Olivier Rondeau)
looks forward to welcoming you in August. On their behalf, please receive our
warmest wishes and above all:
Bienvenue au Havre!
The Campus Team
Florent Bonaventure
Dean
[email protected]
+33 (0) 2 32 10 06
Vincent Fertey
Academic Advisor
[email protected]
+33 (0) 2 32 92 17 21
Vincent Filion
Building Manager
[email protected]
+33 (0) 2 32 92 90 30
Alexandra Gravier
Pedagogical Assistant
[email protected]
+33 (0) 2 32 92 17 21
Sandrine Quévreux
Librarian and Pedagogical Assistant
[email protected]
+33 (0) 2 32 92 10 04
Alessandro Mariani
International Affairs Manager For China
[email protected]
+ 33 (0) 2 32 92 10 07
Anne Petit
Administrative Manager
[email protected]
+33 (0) 2 32 92 10 05
Olivier Rondeau
IT Manager
[email protected]
+ 33 (0) 2 32 92 10 03
Sciences Po - Europe Asia Campus
77, rue Bellot, 76 600 Le Havre
+ 33 (2) 32 92 17 20
college.sciences-po.fr/sitehavre/
BEFORE STARTING THE COURSES : THE 10 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS TO DO :
To help you for your matriculation, please READ and FOLLOW carefully the steps below.
It will allow you to start your academic year in good conditions :
STEP 1. NOTE THE UNIQUE STUDENT NUMBER (ID)
This number will be sent to you by email by Sciences Po.
You will use this number and a password to access your student interface (“espace étudiant”)
From there you will then begin the administrative registration (in french, “inscription administrative”).
The default password is:
1°) The six last numbers of your ID number
OR (if it does not work)
2°) Your date of birth; i.e. 31st December 1980  311280.
Change the password after your first login.
STEP 2. REPLY TO OUR ADMISSION OFFER
When you have your login and password, please connect on your student interface (“espace étudiant”)
to confirm your admission. Under this section, you may either accept the offer of admission, reject it,
or ask for a deferral.
STEP 3. ACTIVATE YOUR EMAIL
This is a very important step as your email will be your link with the Sciences Po administration.
All the important informations concerning your studies and academic registration go through
this mail box.
([email protected])
To activate your mail box, please follow the online instructions provided on Google Apps.
STEP 4. BEGIN YOUR ADMINISTRATIVE REGISTRATION starting in May 2014
Please check the registration calendar: http://formation.sciences-po.fr/en/contenu/registration-calendar
You will then be able to get your student card which will allow you to access all student services,
including discounts at museums and theaters.
Also, download your admission certificate on your student interface so that you can begin applying for
a visa if you need one.
STEP 5. COMPLETE THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS PROCEDURE
International students coming to France must complete some additional steps to obtain their visa.
Sciences Po - Europe Asia Campus
77, rue Bellot, 76 600 Le Havre
+ 33 (2) 32 92 17 20
college.sciences-po.fr/sitehavre/
STEP 6. CHOOSE YOUR FOREIGN LANGUAGE(S)
Language training is organized along six levels of proficiency to avoid, within the same conference,
a too large heterogeneity which would be detrimental to language learning.
These levels of proficiency follow the guidelines of the Common European Framework of Reference for
Languages :
Level 0: absolute beginner
Level 1: basic notions, (level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference)
Level 2: intermediate-low, (level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference)
Level 3: intermediate-high, (level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference)
Level 4: advanced, (level C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference of Reference)
Level 5: total proficiency, (level C2 of the Common European Framework of Reference)
To be placed into the language classes corresponding to your level, you will have to complete
a written exam before the July, 7th and an oral exam once you arrive on our campus in Le Havre.
You will be able to download the placement tests on our website and then send it by e-mail to :
[email protected] and [email protected]
For those who are authentic beginners no placement test will be needed but you have to send an e-mail
to give your choice to : [email protected] and [email protected]
Placement tests are offered for the following languages: French, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Hindi
STEP 7. SELECT YOUR HOUSING
by emailing [email protected] and [email protected]
STEP 8. ARRIVE IN LE HAVRE, FRANCE
We recommend that you arrive in Le Havre the Friday before the Welcome week so as to proceed
to different administrative procedures.
Do not forget that the orientation week starts one week before the beginning of classes.
As soon as you can:
- Get your Sciences Po student card
- Provide the administration with your new address
- Provide the administration with your cell phone number and other relevant contact information
- Keep in mind start dates vary from one campus to another.
In Le Havre, the courses start on August 25th.
STEP 9. ATTEND WELCOME WEEK
and meet your classmates in the city of Le Havre!
STEP 10. REGISTER FOR COURSES
online at your student interface (“espace étudiant”).
First year students must register for courses online on August 28th, 2014 at 10.30.
Sciences Po - Europe Asia Campus
77, rue Bellot, 76 600 Le Havre
+ 33 (2) 32 92 17 20
college.sciences-po.fr/sitehavre/
YOUR ADMINISTRATIVE REGISTRATION
Your registration process has been improved:
1°) Register and submit your entire registration file online - it is no longer possible to mail your
registration file to the Registration Office
2°) Track your registration status online
3°)Download
your
registration
certificate,
proof
of
tuition
payment
and,
social security attestation at any time throughout the year
Registration or re-registration is obligatory. For the 2014-2015 academic year, you must complete the
process through your online student page (Note that you need your ID number and password).
Online registration is completed in 5 steps:
- Update of your personal information
- Calculation of tuition and additional fees
- Selection of mode of payment
- Entry of additionnal information
- Downloading of certificates and proof of payment
Important! Before beginning the registration process, be sure to have all required documentation in
electronic format: submitting your file via the post is no longer possible, sp you have to do it by email. All
required documentation for your registration must be uploaded at the end of the online registration
process.
A list of required documentation is provided on your online student page at the beginning of the online
registration process.
To assist you through the online registration process, we will providing an online users guide (coming
soon).
After completing your electronic file, you can track the progress of your registration at any time through
your online Sciences Po student page. If your file is incomplete, carefully follow the instructions provided
in the administration tab, "Track your registration file ".
Information related to your registration status will also be sent to you by email: be sure that your
Sciences Po email address is functioning and remember to check it regularly.
Important! Administrative Registration MUST be completed in order to obtain your student ID card, and
the proof of your registration at Sciences Po for the French Social Security.
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77, rue Bellot, 76 600 Le Havre
+ 33 (2) 32 92 17 20
college.sciences-po.fr/sitehavre/
To complete administrative registration, you MUST provide a packet of important documents:
Required Documents
International
Students
European
Economic Area
Students
French Students
Signed Administrative
Registration Sheet



Photo ID
Standard Size (3.5 x 4 cm)





Photocopy of valid ID
(Passport/National Identity Card)
Photocopy of Passport
(ID Page + Visa Page)

Photocopy of all pages of
notice of income tax 2011

European Health
Insurance Card
Official Transcript, or Original
Baccalaureate Certificate

If not paying social
security fees

Sciences Po - Europe Asia Campus
77, rue Bellot, 76 600 Le Havre
+ 33 (2) 32 92 17 20
college.sciences-po.fr/sitehavre/
• TUITION FEES Academic Year 2014-2015
The tuition fees charged depend on the parents' tax residence rather than on student's nationality
If your parent’s fiscal residence is in the European Economic Area (European Union countries + Lichtenstein,
Norway, Iceland):
1. EEA students who registered for the first time in 2009 or later come under decreasing fees 0 to 9940 Euros;
2. Students whose fiscal residence is outside the EEA will have to pay fees of 9940 € (Undergraduate). They
can apply for a partial exoneration grant on admission (French nationals or students from a European
Economic Area country may apply for a means-tested CROUS grant).
Identify your personal financial situation and estimate your annual school tuition on the tuition fees calculator
2014-2015: http://formation.sciences-po.fr/en/contenu/school-fees
• SCHOLARSHIPS/GRANTS FOR EU STUDENTS
EU students who fulfill the same social criteria as their French counterparts may receive bursaries from Sciences
Po of the same amount as French students during their first year of study at Sciences Po.
In the second year, students will be required to apply for a bursary through the CROUS de Paris. Students
receiving this bursary will be exempt from paying Sciences Po tuition fees.
For more information, go to: http://formation.sciences-po.fr/en/content/bursaries-and-financial-aid
• SCHOLARSHIPS FOR NON-EU STUDENTS
The Emile Boutmy Scholarship is awarded by Sciences Po to top students from outside the EU who have
demonstrated academic excellence and whose personal profile matches the scholarship requirements.
For more information, go to: http://formation.sciences-po.fr/en/content/non-european-union-students
HEALTH, VISA, HOUSING AND BUDGET
• SOCIAL SECURITY
Every student in France under 28 years old MUST register for the student social security system.
Registration is valid for the whole year, students pay an annual and a one-time fixed rate which should be
around 208 € for the 2014-2015 academic year. (Exceptions to this are: French students under 20 years of
age OR holders of the European health insurance card in the European Economic Area).
The European health insurance card should be requested at the social security office in your country of
residence, at least 2 weeks before travelling to France.
Students awarded with a CROUS are exempted from paying for social security. However, this does NOT
apply to students with an Emile-Boutmy scholarship.
Students under 28 years old from a country outside of the European Economic Area must subscribe to the
student social security system and pay for it, whether they have private insurance or not.
For further information:
http://formation.sciences-po.fr/en/contenu/social-security-and-complementary-insurance
• COMPLEMENTARY HEALTH INSURANCE (LA “MUTUELLE”)
The “mutuelle” is a complementary health insurance plan, allowing for greater reimbursements of medical
expenses. Subscribing to a “mutuelle” is not compulsory, but recommanded. The cost of such a
complementary insurance may vary between €90 and €504 per year (in 2014-2015).
Any student under 28 is eligible to join a “mutuelle.”
Students covered by student social security will choose a payment center (either one works) to process
reimbursement for medical expenses:
SMEREP (center 617)
LMDE (center 601)
For further information: www.lmde.fr & www.smerep.fr
You may also contact the Sciences Po Nursery for help:
56, rue des Saints Pères – 75007 Paris
Chrystelle Welter
Tel: +33 (0)1-45-49-59-99
Mobile : + 33 (0)6-76-63-75-41
[email protected]
Sciences Po - Europe Asia Campus
77, rue Bellot, 76 600 Le Havre
+ 33 (2) 32 92 17 20
college.sciences-po.fr/sitehavre/
Administrative Registration
• STUDENTS ON SCHOLARSHIP
 French students on tertiary education scholarship
 2 photocopies of the conditional notice for the payment of your scholarship with CROUS
 IBAN bearing the student’s name if necessary
 Students on French government scholarship
 Photocopy of scholarship certificate issued by the CROUS, or supporting document if your scholarship
concerns your education in Sciences Po for the 2014 – 2015 academic year
 Students on the Sciences Po Emile Boutmy Scholarship
 Admission letter or email from scholarship or admission services
 IBAN bearing the student’s name if necessary
 Students who have applied for a scholarship and have not yet received an answer
 Parent’s 2011 Notice of Income Tax and contribution to social security if necessary
 A deposit check (“chèque”) of 540€
• PAYMENT
Single Payment
 Online Certificate of payment
 A check addressed to “FNSP”
4 Payment Terms with French bank account OR overseas French Departments DOM
 Debit authorization duly filled and signed (this authorization can be found during the online
registration process)
 IBAN
If you are NOT required to pay Social Security fees
 A certificate of CPAM (Caisse Primaire d’Assurance Maladie) for:
 Students born after September 30th 1992
 Students employed with an open contract: certificate of the CPAM
 Students who are married or PACS: certificate of the CPAM
 Students older than 28 years old: certificate of the CPAM
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Sciences Po - Europe Asia Campus
77, rue Bellot, 76 600 Le Havre
+ 33 (2) 32 92 17 20
college.sciences-po.fr/sitehavre/
• INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
1°) APPLYING FOR A VISA
If you require a visa to enter France, apply as early as possible.
On your student space (“espace étudiant”) under the heading “accueil administratif" (“Student Services
Centre”), you will find an admission certificate (“certificat d’admission”) to submit to the French Embassy in your
country in order to obtain a visa.
You will also receive an admission letter from us which you may find useful for this application.
2°) CENTRE POUR LES ETUDES EN FRANCE (CEF)
Find out where the Center for Studies in France (Centre pour les Etudes en France, CEF) is located in
your country. They offer information regarding studies in France, centralize the application procedure, and
make it easier to obtain a student visa. The admissions procedure through the CEF will cost between 70€ and
230€ (varies between countries), with the cost of the student visa reduced by half.
Contact the French Consulate in your country of residence (Campus France).
For more information, see http://www.campusfrance.org
3°) THE RESIDENCE PERMIT(“Visa Long Séjour / Titre de séjour pour les étudiants”)
All non-EU students MUST apply for a residence permit in order to reside in France.
Please prepare the following documents before arriving in France and give it to Sandrine Quévreux
([email protected]) as soon as you arrive in Le Havre :
The form the French Embassy gave you in your country
Copies of your passport of :
- main page
- visa
- date of entrance in France
We will send your file to the OFII (“Office Français de l’Immigation et de l’Intégration”) and we will
help you then for your medical visit in Rouen and undergo a short physical examination to get your definitive
visa (“Visa Long Séjour / Titre de séjour pour les étudiants”).
For more information: [email protected]
4°) WORKING IN FRANCE
As a foreign student, you are allowed to work in France. You just need your student card and your residency
permit mentioning your student status. You have the right to work up to 964 hours per year (starting from your
arrival in France). By late 2014, the minimum wage in France is 9.4€ per hour.
Housing
• HOUSING
You have basically two options for housing :
1. Private Housing
2. CROUS Housing (Centre Régional des Oeuvres Universitaires et Scolaires)
PRIVATE HOUSING
If you would like to live in a private apartment, you may look for one yourself or find offers on the
AHLOET website; you may also contact Gwenaelle Gallo at +33 (0)2-35-19-74-70
Be sure to obtain a copy of your contract after you sign with the landlord!
CROUS HOUSING
The 5 residence buildings :
Name
Size
Water
Résidence Labedoyère
30 m2

Résidence Bougainville
20 m2

Résidence Delavigne
30 m2
Cité a Docks
25 m2
Electricity
Rent*
Comments
352€
Closest to Université du Havre
376€
Located above CROUS office
329€
Close to a number of stores
316€
Room is a shipping container
Résidence St. Nicolas
17m2


365€
*Rents are subject to change; they are revised each year in January
Next to Sciences Po building
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To select your residence of choice, please email:
Alexandra Gravier at [email protected]
Sandrine Quévreux at [email protected]
Before you get to Le Havre…
A confirmation that you will live in a CROUS residence will be sent to you via email by Sciences Po.
Then you MUST pay the guarantee deposit in advance to the CROUS bank account:
Régie avances de recettes
Location: TP ROUEN
Bank Code: 10071
Sort Code: 76000
Account Number: 00001000386
RIB Key: 24
IBAN: FR 76 10071760 00 00 0010 00 38 624
SWIFT: BDFEFRPPXXX
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Housing
ONCE YOU GET TO LE HAVRE…
You MUST submit a follow up file to the people in charge of
the student residences:
 2 Photographs
 Copy of your passport
 Copy of your residence permit (“carte de séjour”)
 Certificate of enrollment
 Written proof of social security
 Proof of insurance for your flat
 Certificate of French government scholarship (if applicable)
You may apply for CAF (“Caisse d’Allocation Familiale”)
which provides rent subsidies for ALL students regardless of their nationality
or income.
Those under public housing will be provided instructions by CROUS
Those under private housing should consult:
http://formation.sciences-po.fr/en/content/housing-benefit
For more information visit www.caf.fr or call +33 (0)8-20-25-76-30
LIVING COSTS IN LE HAVRE
Don’t forget to factor in:
 Tuition fees
 Scholarships
 Mandatory health insurance
 Books and supplies
 Conference fees
 Plane tickets
 Travel
 Miscellaneous Costs
Estimated Budget for a Typical Month
Rent
350€
Utilities (Gas, Water,
Electricity)
20-30€
Food
200-250€
Transportation (by bus)
30€
Leisure and Cultural
Activities
50-70€
Clothing
30€
Phone and Internet
40€
Total
720-800€
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Budget
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• COURSE REGISTRATION
Course registration is to be completed online, on your student interface. It will take place:
- In late August for the Fall semester
- In early January for the Spring semester
In Le Havre the course registration online for first year 2014-2015 will take place the 28th of August at 10.30 am
The best way to complete your registration without troubles is to prepare your timetable in advance.
Class times will be available online to you before registration opens.
To become familiar with the online procedure, you can watch the course registration tutorial video, available at :
http://formation.sciences-po.fr/en/contenu/course-registration-online
A very detailed FAQ is also available online to answer all your questions:
http://formation.sciences-po.fr/faq/faq-inscriptions-pedagogiques
Welcome week for first-year students
Le Havre organizes its own compulsory welcome week for first-year undergraduate students, one week before
the beginning of the classes. We will send you the full programme during summer.
INTEGRATION WEEK SCHEDULE
Day 1 – Monday, August 25th
Welcome ceremony
Trip to Étretat or Deauville
Day 2 – Tuesday, August 26th
Oral language tests
Meeting on administrative questions
Methodology
Campus tour
Day 3 – Wednesday, August 27th
Oral tests of languages
Questions about IT tools
Lecture of Political Institutions
LH love your city – Bureau des Arts
Day 4 – Thursday, August 28th
Academic registrations at 10.30
Presentation of the library
Lecture of History
Day 5 – Friday, August 29th
Methodology in Economy
Amazing race in the city animated by Bureau des Elèves
Day 6 & 7 – Saturday, August 30th and Sunday, August 31st
Animations by AS – BDE - BDA
YOUR STUDIES AT SCIENCES PO
• COURSES
Lecture
Lectures are one of the great educational traditions of Sciences Po. Lectures are for large groups and
are almost always given in one of the institution's large amphitheatres.
Delivered by a professor, it is an invitation to reflection and further reading. The class gathers once a
week over a twelve-week period, and is always linked to a methodology tutorial. Evaluation is a final
exam.
Methodology tutorial
The methodology tutorial is the class associated with a lecture and takes place in parallel with it,
but in a smaller group of around twenty students. It allows students to acquire knowledge and
familiarise themselves with methodology through participation in the tutorial and completing
exercises at home. The tutorial group meets once a week for 12 weeks.
It is led by a tutor who is also a go-to person for students about the course in general. The mark for the
tutorial is through continuous assessment, a series of exercises that must be completed either in class
or at home.
Seminar
The seminar meets every week in groups of around forty students. It is often a more specialized class
and is given by an area specialist who aims to develop the questions and themes integral to the
discipline, while also emphasizing diverse methodology. The class is divided into two parts, a session
reserved for discussion between students and professors. The course is evaluated by questions on the
course reading and one or more written exercises completed at home.
Elective class
An elective class aims to explore precise questions on a given subject. Like the other types of class, it
involves 12 two-hour sessions and meets once a week. The elective class is often based on a list of set
texts assembled in a booklet that the student must acquire at the beginning of the semester. It is in
small groups of around twenty students and requires a great deal of participation. Students are asked
to complete exercises in class and at home, which will make up the final grade.
…and another exciting courses (artistic workshops, literary and scientific humanities, perspective
courses, etc).
• ANTI-PLAGIARISM POLICY
Students enrolled at Sciences Po commit from the outset until the end of their studies at the institution
to respect the rules of intellectual honesty outlined in the Plagiarism charter.
Plagiarism is severely punished at Sciences Po: penalties include a grade of zero, non-validation of the
class in question and suspension.
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Any student caught plagiarising risks being permanently expelled from the institution.
Plagiarism is when you copy directly from others' work (including on the internet) without
signalling that you have done so by correctly referencing the work. Sciences Po's definition is
outlined in the academic rules: "Plagiarism occurs when a student submits work that does not
allow one to distinguish the student's own thoughts from those of other authors: it can be
characterised by the absence of citation of a group of consecutive words (five or more), by
reformulation or translation, or by copying directly." (article on intellectual honesty).
Urkund anti-plagiarism system
Sciences Po has an IT tool for detecting plagiarism, Urkund, to which teachers have access for
ensuring students' intellectual honesty. For more information on this tool, how it works and the
rules relating to testing for plagiarism, you can visit the Sciences Po's digital resources website.
It cannot be over-emphasised that using sources to present work is not a sign of intellectual
weakness, but rather the mark of an effort of research and credibility. However, it is crucial to
learn how to use sources correctly to produce work that may truly be considered original.
• ONLINE RESSOURCES
Google Apps : http://www.sciencespo.fr/ressources-numeriques/content/demarrer-avecgoogle-apps
The eCourses
The « eCours » is a system that allows you to view your recorded lecture courses online, enriched
with the PowerPoint slides and attached documents (links to websites, PDF documents, online
videos…).
Since 2008, first-year core courses, together with second-year and Masters lecture courses are
available online at http://ecours.sciences-po.fr. You can log into the platform with your ENTG
username (firstname.lastname) and your password.
Moodle : http://www.sciencespo.fr/ressources-numeriques/content/moodle-etudiants
WiFi at Sciences Po
All the building at Sciences Po is equipped to access the WiFi network. You can access Sciences
Po's WiFi service once you have set up your Sciences Po email account. Simply choose the
network "Sciences Po," then open your internet navigator and you will be automatically
redirected towards the login page. Your user name and password are the same as for your email
account ([email protected]).
• THE CAMPUS LIBRARY
The Sciences Po Library will be the best friend of your presentations, essays and worksheets. It
offers numerous services to ensure that you have instant and easy access to all the information
you need for your research.
With more than a million volumes, the Sciences Po Library is Continental Europe’s largest
library in social sciences. Readers also have access to online resources, among which 3,000 ebooks and 15,500 online journals. The library’s acquisition policy reflects Sciences Po’s
international openness 60% of documents are printed in languages other than French.
The various research tools offered by the library are accessible from its website:
http://bibliotheque.sciences-po.fr/. The catalogue, online resources (« ressources
numériques ») and online journals (« revues en ligne ») will be particularly useful for your
studies.
Advice: Take the time to discover all of the resources available at the Library before you arrive
at your campus. The Library will help you to succeed academically. You can start to familiarise
yourself with it now with these online guides and tutorials.
http://www.sciencespo.fr/bibliotheque/en/services/tutorials-guides
• PRINTING
You can print from the computers at Sciences Po’s library by using your Sciences Po username
and password or your student card. At the beginning of the year, you are given a “virtual
wallet" with 30€ credit on it (600 A4 pages). The number of pages printed will be detracted
from your virtual wallet account.
After hitting the "print" button on your computer, you must log in to the workpost next to
the printers. As with other workposts, you connect with your username and password.
Once connected, all of your printing requests appear. You can choose to either print all of them
or select only some of them.
ASSOCIATIONS AND CLUBS
BdE
The “Bureau des Elèves” is the student association in charge of organizing many of the events
that deal with campus life. Together with the administration, the BdE will be co-organizers of
the integration week.
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bde.sciencespo.lh Email: [email protected]
BdA
The “Bureau des Arts” is the student associations in charge of managing the art clubs and
organizing cultural events on campus. They host events such as Chinese New Year Festival and
Diwali Festival.
Dance (Bollywood, Chinese/KPOP/Rock/Male Pop)
Choir
English and French Theatre
LH Sessions / LH Jazz Band / Musical
Calligraphy
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bda.lehavre Email: [email protected]
AS
The “Association Sportive “is the student association in charge of managing sport teams for
the Europe-Asia campus. They also plan and run Mini-Crit, the big Sciences Po sports event at
the end of the year.
Girls/Boys Rugby
Girls/Boys Football
Girls/Boys Volleyball
Sciences Po Euro-Asia Sailing Team (SPEAST)
Basketball
Badminton
Cheerleading
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/assciencespo.lh Email: [email protected]
Other clubs
Le Havre Model United Nations (LHMUN)
English Debating Society (EDS)
Sciences Po Investment Club (SPIC)
Film for Thought
Important Places and Contacts
MAP OF LE HAVRE
1. Gare du Havre (Train Station)
2. Sciences Po, Campus du Havre (School)
3. Docks Vauban (Shopping Center)
4. Résidence St. Nicolas
5. Cité A Docks
6. Université du Havre (City University)
7. Résidence Labedoyère
8. Résidence Bougainville/CROUS Office
9. Résidence Delavigne
10. Espace Coty (Shopping Center)
Photos credits : Sowmya Gascon, Vincent Fertey, DR
Sciences Po - Europe Asia Campus
22
77, rue Bellot, 76 600 Le Havre
+ 33 (2) 32 92 17 20
college.sciences-po.fr/sitehavre/

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