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The Catholic University of Paris : a Tradition of Embracing Diversity and its Solid International Network
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International Relations Office
The International Relations Office (IRO) headed by Mr Hugues BOITEAU, develops quality partnerships and orchestrates student exchanges the world over. Through its Tandem Programme, it acts as a connection point between French and International students.
The IRO is located in Branly building, just across the main entrance 19 rue d'Assas. It is open to students from Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30 to 12:30 and from 14:00 to 16:00 / Friday from 14:00 to 16:00).
Greetings and Orientation Session :
At the start of each semester, all international students are welcome to join the 3-day orientation session organised by the IRO. Activities include campus visits highlighting the university's libraries, museum, and architectural treasures. Students also enjoy guided tours of Paris' Latin Quarter and a cruise on the river Seine.
The Student Mobility Coordinators, Ms. Sofia Mackenzie and Ms Yannick Lambron receive students every week day to answer their queries and to guide them through the enrolment process.
Numerous Quality Partnerships Worldwide :
Thanks to an extensive, long-established network of partnerships around the globe, students have a choice of study abroad programmes and internships.
Based on a dynamic academic approach and quality student services, these programmes broaden students' horizons. Likewise, they allow academics to expand their scientific cooperations while increasing the visibility of their research centers in many disciplines.
Find all our exchange agreements on our Interactive World Map. Partner universities can be searched by country, faculty, or field of study.
International enroling at the Catholic University of Paris
Enrolment Procedures Explained :
Enrolment procedures differ depending on the type of programme the student wishes to join :