Sciences Po (France) is calling for outstanding applications for visiting faculty from around the world. In the 2024-2025 academic year, Sciences Po will open two visiting faculty positions in the social sciences or humanities, for up to a semester-long stay (14 weeks maximum).

Sciences Po has formed the Open Institute for Digital Transformations1, with the objective of promoting a new institutional approach to research and teaching based on reaffirming the importance of social sciences and humanities to the field as well as collaboration between the social sciences and humanities and the natural and computer sciences.Within this Institute, Sciences Po is calling for applications for visiting faculty from around the world on the transformative role of AI in society and its potential impacts on democracy.

Please see the Call for Applications Visiting Faculty AI 2024 for full details of the call, conditions, and how to apply.


Applicants must be current full-time permanent faculty members of their home university or research institute, hold a doctorate (or equivalent university degree), and have teaching experience.


Visiting faculty will receive an overall monthly stipend of 4,000 euros (before taxes).


December 15, 2023 at 5:00 pm CET

Submitting Your Application

Application materials include the following and must be submitted in English or in French:

  • A statement of interest for the position;
  • A presentation of current and future research projects;
  • A proposed course to be taught in English or French, and a two-page, session-by-session description of each course’s content, for the Undergraduate College of Sciences Po or one of Sciences Po’s graduate schools;
  • An up-to-date curriculum vitae, including list of publications;
  • An invitation letter from one of the Sciences Po research centres;
  • A letter of support from the relevant head of department or dean of the applicant’s home institution confirming their agreement for a one-semester residence at Sciences Po.

Applications should be submitted by email to Carly Hafner, Secretary General of the Open Institute for Digital


Applicants should feel free to reach out to Jean-Philippe Cointet, Director of the Open Institute for Digital Transformations: