Sorbonne University is a world-class research university, presenting the comprehensive disciplinary range of arts, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, engineering and medicine. Sorbonne University is at the crossroads of diverse types of knowledge and capable of responding to the intellectual and scientific challenges of the 21st century.
The University offers its 53,400 students the best educational opportunities for the successof each of their personal and professional projects, through monodisciplinary, bi-disciplinary and interdisciplinary programs. 10,200 of its students are international and 4,400 are in doctoral programs. With its three main faculties, it offers varied and original opportunities across disciplines.
Sorbonne University research draws on more than 3,400 professor-researchers in its laboratories and partners with the major French research organisations. In addition to Nobel Prizes, Fields Medals and other awards, the university has exceptional transdisciplinary institutes and is also theheadquarters for the European Marine Biological Research Centre.
International co-operation is facilitated at Sorbonne University because it is more visibleand comprehensive, enabling its students, academic staff and researchers to increase their exchanges with the rest of the world.