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International Degrees

Sorbonne Nouvelle University implements a dynamic international policy by strengthening existing partnerships with foreign universities and developing new collaborations. Sorbonne Nouvelle University currently offers 14 International Degrees.

These degrees, at undergraduate levels and graduate levels, alternate periods of study in France and abroad. At the end of these degrees, students are awarded either a double degree (the degree of the partner university and that of Sorbonne Nouvelle University) or a joint degree (a single degree awarded, validated by the partner university/ies.

Arts and Media faculty

  • International Master in Audiovisual and Cinema Studies(IMACS), joint degree in partnership with: Birkbeck College – London, Goethe Universität – Frankfurt, Ruhr Universität – Bochum, Universidad Pompeu Fabra – Barcelona, Università Cattolica del Sacor Cuore – Milan, Università degli Studi – Udine, Università degli Studi – Rome, University Charles de Gaulle Lille 3, University of Liège, University of Montréal, University Paris Ouest Nanterre la Défense, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora, Stockholms Universitet, University of St Andrews.
  • Master Geopolitics of Arts, double degree in partnership with: National University of Arts of Buenos Aires. 

UFR Literature, Linguistic, Didactics Faculty (LLD)

Languages, Literature, Culture and Foreign Societies Faculty (LLCSE)

Institute of Advanced Studies of Latin America (IHEAL)

mise à jour le 18 janvier 2024

Contact at the International Affairs Office (DAI)

Mr. Yannis YEMMI


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Tuesday, wednesday and friday from2pm to 5pm.
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17 rue de la Sorbonne
75005 Paris

Risk areas

Consult this map regularly to keep informed of the security situation at your mobility destination.

Other exchange mobilities

Individual mobilities

If you wish to study abroad without being registered at Sorbonne Nouvelle, your mobility is no longer part of an exchange program. It is an individual mobility.