Paris-Sorbonne University: Paris - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

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  • Location(s): Paris, France
  • Program Type(s): Study Abroad

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Paris Sorbonne University is the main inheritor of the old Sorbonne, which dates back to the 13th century. It was one of the first universities in the world.The biggest complex in France, dedicated to Literature, Languages, Civilizations, Arts, Hu... read more

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A student studying abroad with Paris-Sorbonne University: Paris - Direct Enrollment & Exchange
Everything I experienced there was amazing. - Knox College View Entire Review
The American University of Paris and the Sorbonne were both lovely places to attend school. - University of Rochester View Entire Review
yes - University of California - Riverside View Entire Review
It was the most amazing experience. I learned about a different perspective of the world and has made me more in-tune with international issues. I met a lot of really great people and was able to see so many amazing things. I feel like I have matured and grown from this experience since I had to learn to work things out for myse... - SUNY - Binghamton View Entire Review
Definitely will come back soon - The College of William and Mary View Entire Review
It was completely worthwhile. I learned a lot about patiences and accepting cultural differences. I also learned a lto about the EU. If I could do it again I think I would pick a different city in France just to get a bit more language exposure and see authentic French life outside of the big city. - Saginaw Valley State University View Entire Review
Yes absolutely - Georgetown University View Entire Review
I had the time of my life in Paris, and would regret it forever if I hadn't taken advantage of the opportunity to do it. I think that gaining any cultural awareness you can improves your ability to understand different perspectives and solve problems, and I would encourage college students to participate while they have the chan... - The College of William and Mary View Entire Review
Definitely worth while. The experience of meeting new people and making new friends in a foreign land is an exceptional experience and I'm making plans to do it again! - City College of San Francisco View Entire Review
The study abroad trip to Paris was probably the best decision I've made in my college career. It was a way to see the world and understand how other cultures handle academic challenges. I already knew before going that I wanted to move to Paris, and now that I have a general idea of the city, I have no fears of moving there. - The Catholic University of America View Entire Review

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Paris Sorbonne University is the main inheritor of the old Sorbonne, which dates back to the 13th century. It was one of the first universities in the world.

The biggest complex in France, dedicated to Literature, Languages, Civilizations, Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, is located on the original medieval foundations, and now extends to the Latin Quarter and to other areas in Paris.

The University has two characteristics : rich culture and tradition, with top-quality researchers, and therefore an excellent scientific reputation shown through publications and international exchanges; its concern to constantly adapt to present day social and technological changes and to encourage as many students as possible to study at Paris-Sorbonne while preparing for their future careers. The Sorbonne incites its students to think freely, to construct their own judgment, so that they can become responsible and inventive citizens who can promote dignity and peace culture.

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