Sciences Po is a higher education and research institution in the humanities and social sciences that devotes 35% of its budget to research. The institution is remarkable for its international outlook, including a network of 400 partner universities and more than 35 dual degree programmes. Sciences Po has 12 000 students, of whom 46% hold a nationality other than French and who come from 130 countries. Sciences Po invests heavily in its social responsibilities and has made social and cultural diversity a cornerstone of its identity. In 2011, 27% of students hold a scholarship, up from 6% in 2000. A three-year undergraduate programme is offered in seven campuses in France. There are three graduate schools and more 20 Masters degree programmes, which are designed to prepare graduates for the professional world, and a flourishing doctoral school.