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La school Droit et science politique est née de l’étroite collaboration entre trois facultés de droit du sud parisien (Univ. d’Evry, Univ. Paris-Sud, Univ. Versailles Saint Quentin-en-Yvelines) qui ont décidé de mettre à profit le formidable potentiel de l’Université Paris-Saclay, ancrée sur un territoire d’un exceptionnel dynamisme économique et scientifique, en fédérant leurs compétences et en renforçant leurs liens avec les autres partenaires.

The School of Law and Political Science was created from the close collaboration among three law schools south of Paris (Université d’Evry, Université Paris-Sud, and Université Versailles Saint Quentin-en-Yvelines), which decided to take advantage of the amazing potential at Université Paris-Saclay, in a domain of outstanding scientific and economic dynamism, by combining their skills and strengthening their relationships with other partners (including HEC and ENS Cachan).

Led by a team of renowned lecturer-researchers, the school offers a broad range of educational excellence, at the master’s level, in fields as diverse as health law, international and European law, intellectual property law and digital law, and even public law, business law and political science.

Driven by a desire to provide its French and international students with the best possible preparation for rapid integration into the professional world, the School of Law and Political Science at the Université Paris-Saclay uses a boldly innovative pedagogy. Master’s students will have the opportunity to be educated through research (participation in research projects, writing individual or collective articles etc.) in master’s specialities designed in close cooperation with renowned research centres. They will receive a highly professional education, with the cooperation of many stakeholders in the socio-economic world, often focusing on practical exercises and scenarios (participation in collective projects, moots, etc.). They will be educated and trained in information technology and communication. They will have access to international programs that promote exchanges and encourage fluency in foreign cultures and languages. Finally, they will be integrated into a lively and vibrant campus, with a global outlook and other scientific disciplines.