Sorbonne University

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NB: There are 2 agreements between MSU and Sorbonne University (Paris IV):

1) Inter-university agreement with the Faculty of Science and Engineering:

Factsheet
Fields of study: biology, chemistry, mathematics, physics, electronics
Level of study: BA and MA
Number of places available: 1
Financial conditions of participation: no scholarship
Language: French: level B1 required; English: level B1 recommended
Academic calendar: the academic year at Sorbonne University starts in September and is divided into two semesters, the first term ends near the end of January and the second term ends near the beginning of June.
Course/department restrictions: check prerequisites in descriptions of courses
Compulsory fees: none

2) Inter-university agreement with the Faculty of Arts and Humanities:

Factsheet
Fields of study: economics, arts, languages, literature, social sciences and humanities
Level of study: BA and MA
Number of places available: 2
Financial conditions of participation: no scholarship
Language: Sorbonne University accepts students with a B2 level of French, however, a C1 level is highly recommended for students that are not studying in a language depart-ment. Especially for those studying History, History of Art, Philosophy and Sociolo-gy, a good understanding of the French language is necessary.
Academic calendar: The academic year at Sorbonne University starts in September and is divided into two semesters, the first term ends near the end of January and the second term near the beginning of June.
Course offer in English: most courses are taught in French
Course/department restrictions: check prerequisites in descriptions of courses
Housing: For housing applications, the deadlines are the same as indicated above. All infor-mation concerning the housing offered is available on our website and students should download the form called “Formulaire de demande de logement” which is in both English and French. There are limited housing options available for international stu-dents, we recommend students to look for private housing when possible.

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