Paris-Sorbonne University stands as one of the most reputable Arts and Humanities research universities in France. Standing at #222 world wide (2016 QS rankings), the university houses almost 14,000 undergrads over 12 campuses across the beautiful city of Paris. The University prides itself on its ability to adapt to our world’s cultural and technological changes while continually producing dignified students of high caliber.
Number of Spots for Yale-NUS Students per semester: 2 – 3
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Fields of Study
The Sorbonne’s classes all fall under the Arts and Humanities field. A complete list of courses can be found here.
Language of Instruction
Courses are offered exclusively in French. B-2 language proficiency is recommended.
Relevant Academic Information
The Sorbonne is grouped as part of a cluster which also includes the Pierre and Marie Curie University, the leading French scientific and medical university. Students interested in science courses should talk with CIPE about opportunities for cross registration.
Semester 1: End September to end January (students can arrange to depart in time to be back in Singapore for the start of Sem 1)
Semester 2: Early February to Mid June