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Classes Internationales

Classes Internationales

Du 10 janvier au 18 février 2011

 

 

Pour la deuxième année consécutive l’Université Paris-Sorbonne accueille pendant un mois 18 étudiants de la fondation brésilienne Getúlio Vargas, qui regroupe des grandes écoles de droit, économie, sciences sociales, à Rio de Janeiro et à São Paulo. Elle offre à ce groupe d’étudiants une immersion dans la vie culturelle parisienne, ainsi que des cours de lettres et de sciences humaines en français. En liaison avec les enseignements, leur sont également proposées des visites dans les musées et expositions parisiennes. L’association Parismus organise également des sorties et des excursions (Fontainebleau, plages du Débarquement en Normandie...) qui contribuent, non seulement à faire mieux connaître la culture française, mais aussi à permettre à nos hôtes brésiliens de rencontrer les étudiants de Paris-Sorbonne.

 

Cette formation non diplômante s’appuie sur les domaines d’excellence de Paris-Sorbonne — les lettres, l’Antiquité classique, les sciences humaines — , afin d’assurer le rayonnement de ces disciplines parmi un public de non-spécialistes. Elle vise aussi à montrer que la culture française, classique comme actuelle, est à la fois l’occasion d’un enrichissement personnel et un outil approprié pour comprendre le monde contemporain.

 

Lieu


Maison de la Recherche

 

 

Enseignements


Littérature et arts scéniques : 16h de cours pour, principalement, accompagner la programmation théâtrale

Antiquité classique, histoire et héritage : 16h de cours pour comprendre la culture grecque et romaine et sa portée aux époques modernes et contemporaines

La France de toutes les révolutions, 1789-2011 : société, culture, débats. 16h de cours pour réfléchir sur le monde contemporain à travers l’exemple français.

Chacun de ces cycles fera l’objet de 2 ateliers le vendredi matin, sous la direction d’un enseignant, pour accompagner le travail personnel des étudiants.

Langue française

Deux groupes :
niveau avancé, 2h de pratique de la langue par semaine
niveau intermédiaire, 4h de pratique de la langue par semaine

 

 

Sorties et activités culturelles

 

Visitez Paris

 

 

 


Lundi 10, 9h
Mardi 11, 10h
Mercredi 12, 9h15 Samedi 15, 18h
Visite de la Sorbonne L’Opéra Garnier L’Orangerie Promenade et dîner avec l’association Parismus

 

 

 

 

Partez à la découverte des plus beaux châteaux des rois de France

 


Jeudi 13, 14h30

Château de Versailles

Dimanche 16

Château de Fontainebleau

 Samedi 22

Amboise et le Clos-Lucé

Samedi 29

 

       
Résidence de Louis XIV, Louis XV, et Louis XVI, célèbre pour les splendides jardins, créés par Le Nôtre, le château de Versailles symbolise l’apogée de la monarchie française.
Construit en 1623, sous le règne de Louis XIII, le château fut agrandi et restauré à de multiples reprises, notamment par Louis Le Vau et Jules Mansart, qui fut aussi à l’origine de ses nombreux décors, parmi lesquels la Galerie des Glaces.
 Bâti au XIIème siècle, le château de Fontainebleau a hébergé les rois de France pendant sept siècles, parmi lesquels François Ier qui en fait un édifice de style Renaissance.
Il est également connu pour avoir accueilli des peintres italiens des plus illustres et qui ont donné leur nom à l’École de Fontainebleau, courant artistique français des XVIème et XVIIème siècles.
 Propriété des rois de France à partir de la deuxième moitié du XVème siècle le château d’Amboise et le Clos Lucé sont un haut lieu de la Renaissance, dans lesquels, notamment, Léonard de Vinci passa ses dernières années.  Excursion sur les plages du Débarquement et visite du Mémorial de Caen

 

 

 

Spectacles, soirées...

 

Janvier 2011

Samedi 15, 14h

Comédie Française

Vendredi 21, 20h

Théâtre de la Cité Internationale

Un fil à la patte, G. Feydeau

Robert Plankett

Mercredi 26, 20h

Théâtre Ouvert, Jardin d’hiver

Dimanche 30, 11h

Théâtre du Châtelet



Le tigre bleu de l’Euphrate, L. Gaudé

Concert Tea

Vous avez dit baroque?


Février 2011

 

 

 

Mardi 1, 12h30

Auditorium du Musée d’Orsay

Jeudi 3, 20h

Théâtre de Chaillot

Vendredi 11

Théâtre Mouffetard

Mercredi 16, 18h30

Studio Théâtre

Le Tombeau de Couperin, Charles Owen Octopus, Philippe Découflé Hamlet, Wiliam Shakespeare La Critique de l’Ecole des femmes, Molière

 

 

Enseignants

Isabelle Dasque

Jean-François Dunyach

Anne Dupuis-Raffarin

Catherine Helbert

Arnaud Houte

Stanislas Jeannesson

Bernard Klein

David Lefebvre

Emilie Martin-Neute

Frédéric Pouillaude

Dominique Prévot

Consulter les CVs des enseignants-chercheurs

 

 

Coordination générale

Jacqueline Lichtenstein

 

Coordinatrice pédagogique

Armelle Enders

Nouvel article

Erasmus Program

Get ready for your Erasmus program by filling out the online application form.

Visit our French website for more information, and don’t hesitate to contact us.

CONTACT INFO
Mme Anna FEHER
erasmus-in.ri@paris-sorbonne.fr
Phone number : 00 33 (0) 1 40 46 47 79

SELFEE

 

Since 1961, Paris-Sorbonne University has offered to those wanting to acquire proficiency in the French language the possibility of earning six different certificates, validating the candidates’ written and oral skills and providing access to our standard university degrees.

Consistent with the Common European Framework of Reference for languages (CEFR), the diplomas are divided into five levels of knowledge: threshold (B1), vantage (B2), advanced (C1), mastery (C2) and proficiency (C3).  For the three highest levels (C1, C2 and C3), the certificates include a literature program that allows candidates to be better prepared for subsequent study at a French university.

Each year, over 5,000 applicants from more than 56 nationalities make use of our teaching and administrative staffs, both under the direction of Mr. Ilinski, Paris-Sorbonne University professor, and Mr. Soutet, Linguistics Professor and the Director of the French language UFR, for their certificates.

13 sessions are organized annually in France and abroad.

 

Click here to get more information on the SELFEE

Click here to visit our page in French

I am a foreign student; how do I apply to Paris-Sorbonne University ?

The process is different, depending on whether you come as an individual, as part of an Erasmus program, as part of an international convention or as a participant in our summer school. Please find the appropriate contact information here : http://www.english.paris-sorbonne.fr/admission/

What courses and degree programs do you offer?

Our bachelor and master degree programs are listed online here : http://www.english.paris-sorbonne.fr/courses/our-subjects

Here is the list of PhD programs we offer : http://www.english.paris-sorbonne.fr/research/ecoles-doctorales-schools-for-phd/

For more information, please contact the Information and Orientation Department :

Email : contact.pio@paris-sorbonne.fr

Phone number : + 33 (0)1 40 46 26 14

I don’t speak French; can I apply to Paris-Sorbonne ?

Paris-Sorbonne only offers classes in French.

For French language courses and programs, we encourage students to check out "Cours de civilisation française de la Sorbonne" (CCFS).

Here is their contact info:

http://www.ccfs-sorbonne.fr/sommaire.php3?lang=en
Phone number : 00 33 1 44 10 77 00
contact@ccfs-sorbonne.fr

Does Paris-Sorbonne offer online or distance/remote courses or programs?

Paris-Sorbonne University does not offer any form of online or distance/remote courses or programs.

Those interested in studying teaching French as a foreign language, French literature or English are encouraged to check out the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle (also known as "Paris III") which offers online/distance degree programs. For more information, you can check out the following link (available only in French): http://www.univ-paris3.fr/formations-par-disciplines-29165.kjsp?RH=1236334907873 As always, a minimum of a high-intermediate level in French is required to be accepted to any program at a French university.

How much does a year at Paris-Sorbonne cost ?

You can consult the tuition fees for the 2015-2016 school year here (document in French).

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Can I visit the University?

If you are a student at Paris-Sorbonne, free visits, given in French, are organized regularly by the school. For more information, please write to communication@paris-sorbonne.fr

If you are not a student at Paris-Sorbonne, you can write to visites.sorbonne@ac-paris.fr to make an appointment for a paid visit, given in French. Please visit the following page : http://www.sorbonne.fr/en/the-sorbonne/visiting-the-sorbonne/la-sorbonne-propose-une-visite-guidee-accessible-a-tous/

Presentation of student life at Paris-Sorbonne

Who should I contact to receive my transcript?

Please send your request to our transcript office at secretariat.diplomes@paris-sorbonne.fr

Phone number : 33 (0)1 40 46 32 62

How can I obtain access to a thesis?

For a thesis published before 1985, please contact the Sorbonne Library : info@bis.sorbonne.fr

For a thesis published after 1985, please send your request to Mrs Broms.

Contact info : Helene.Broms@paris-sorbonne.fr, 00 33 (0)1 53 10 57 53

Does Paris-Sorbonne have housing facilities?

Paris-Sorbonne does not have housing, nor a campus.

Here you can find some useful links regarding accommodation in Paris : http://www.english.paris-sorbonne.fr/student-life/

Join the Sorbonne’s Summer University!

The University of Paris-Sorbonne, located in the heart of the Latin Quarter, is famous for its academic prominence in the field of the humanities. In July, the Sorbonne opens its doors to visitors from all over the world and offers non-degree courses as part of its international Summer University.

The Sorbonne Summer University was created for people with various profiles and interests:

- University lecturers (students and professor-researchers) who wish to further their knowledge and engage in a debate touching on current research questions in the humanities.

- Visitors looking to enrich their stay in Paris.

The University offers a large range of cutting-edge courses, adapted to each person’s needs. A certificate will be delivered to participants at the end of their stay.

This year, our offer has expanded thanks to our partnership with the Université Pierre et Marie Curie, the Museum d’Histoire Naturelle and the Université Technologique de Compiègne.

 

For more information, visit our brand new website :

http://universite.ete.sorbonne-univ...

SUMMER SEMINARS AT PARIS-SORBONNE UNIVERSITY 2015

 

 

For more information and for an online registration, check our brand new website !

http://universite.ete.sorbonne-univ...

 

 

 

Where?

  • University Paris-Sorbonne: The oldest university in Paris with its historical amphitheatres.
  • La Maison de la Recherche: located near the Sorbonne, between the famous Saint-Michel fountain and the Luxembourg Gardens.

When?

 You can register for one or several courses.

  • First week: June 27th – July 1st
  • Second week: July 4th – July 8th
  • Third week: July 11th – July 15th 
  • Fourth week: July 18th – July 22th

Third week: No course on July 14th (National Day). It will be replaced by a course during the week.

Speakers

Professors, lecturers, teachers, PhD, all from Sorbonne University.

Fees

click here

Conferences and a visit of the Sorbonne are included in the fees.

How to Register?

Fill in an application form online on our affiliate website.

Indicative: level required in French: B1 (no certificate will be required, but this level is essential to understand courses.)

 

 

Complete applications will be evaluated by our Admission Committee. You will receive a registration form and a secure link for the online payment. You can also pay by cheque; however, no cash settlement will be accepted.

Final date for the payment: Friday before the beginning of the first course.

 

For further information, please contact us:

La Formation Continue
56 Bd des Batignolles
75017 PARIS

+33 (0)1 53 42 30 39

formation-continue@paris-sorbonne.fr

How can I advertise an internship or job offer on the university’s website?

To advertise a job offer on the University’s website, please contact the "Bureau d’aide à l’insertion professionnelle" (BAIP), our University’s office for professional integration.
You should send your offer as a Word or PDF file specifying the type of offer, the name of the job, the scope and duration of the offer, and the salary.

Email address for the BAIP : contact.baip@paris-sorbonne.fr

Presentation

Sorbonne Universités is a group of eleven member institutions that are all recognized for their excellence in complementary fields. Together, these institutions form one of the most comprehensive university centers in France, a modern successor to the historic Sorbonne. This university cluster provides higher education and pursues research in the humanities, the sciences, medicine, technology, business, and economics. By bringing together the best talent in a wide array of disciplines, Sorbonne Universités offers new transversal academic and research programs.

Members Institution

Investing for the Future

Three original research projects were awarded funding through a national initiative:

• EHNE : Writing a New History of Europe
• OBVIL: An Observatory of Literary Life
• RESMED: Religions and Societies in theMediterranean World

Research

Promoting international exchanges in the various fields of our research is one of Paris-Sorbonne’s priorities. The University collaborates on archaeological digs, contributes internationally to the publications of PUPS, "Les Presses de l’Université Paris-Sorbonne," (The Paris-Sorbonne University Press), and receives visiting professor-researchers.

Education

Paris-Sorbonne welcomes 3600 foreign students each year. The Paris-Sorbonne Abu Dhabi (PSUAD) campus offers the same courses and programs offered at our main Paris campus, taught by our own faculty members. The University also has a number of international partnerships in China (Institut franco-chinois of Suzhou), Singapore and Brazil, for example.

As an Individual

Students who are not part of an exchange program and wish to apply for a bachelor or master’s degree must submit their applications to the "Bureau des Validations de Diplômes Étrangers" (the Office for Foreign Degree Accreditation), not the "Pôle des Relations Internationales" (the International Relations Office).

It is important to note that a standardized French exam (either the TCF, the DELF or the DALF) demonstrating at least a high-intermediate (B2) level of French for admission to a bachelor’s degree and at least an advanced (C1) level of French for admission to a master’s degree (a B2 level of French suffices for admission to the Italian Studies master’s degree) is required at the time of the submission of the application via the online portal e-Candidat. Click here to learn more about the various standardized French language exams (document in French).

First-time Students Applying to Paris-Sorbonne

Students wishing to come study at Paris-Sorbonne outside of any Erasmus program or exchange program need to apply according to the procedure established by the "Bureau des étudiants étrangers" (the "Office of Foreign Students"). The application process differs depending on whether the country the foreign student comes from is part of the "Espace économique européen" (the European Economic Area) or not. A student coming from a country outside of the European Economic Area must follow the application process via the online portal CampusFrance.

Contact Info for the "Bureau des étudiants étrangers" (Office of Foreign Students)

Galerie Richelieu, bureau C 355bis (ground floor, to the right of staircase F)

Phone: 01 40 46 34 08; fax: 01 40 46 26 08
validations.etrangers@paris-sorbonne.fr

Open to the public Monday through Friday 9:00-12:30.

International Conventions

Fill in the online application form.

Visit our French website for more information or get in touch with us.

CONTACT INFO
For students from colleges or universities in Africa, Latin America, Asia, Europe or the Middle East:
Mrs Carole TORRIERO
conventions2.ri@paris-sorbonne.fr
Phone number : + 33.1.40.46.32.08

For students from colleges or universities in the United States, Canada, Australia or New Zealand:
Alexandra Magne
alexandra.magne@paris-sorbonne.fr
Phone number : 00 33 (0)1 40 46 26 47

Summer University

During the month of July, the University is open to everyone interested in debating current research topics in Humane Letters and the Human Sciences.

For more information about our Summer University, please visit the following website: http://universite.ete.sorbonne-universites.fr/en.html

CONTACT INFO
Continuing education
56 Bd des Batignolles
75017 PARIS

+ 33 (0)1 53 42 30 39
formation-continue@paris-sorbonne.fr

Admissions

The admissions process varies depending on whether you are coming to Paris-Sorbonne as part of an Erasmus program, as an independent student, as part of an international exchange program or as a participant in our Summer School.

Please consult the link on the left that best fits your situation.