French Language Courses
Sorbonne University offers a range of French courses for international students entering a degree, an exchange program or a research program, and also for members of the public interested in improving or consolidating their French language skills.
The majority of courses at Sorbonne University are taught in French. A sufficient level of French is required if you're planning to integrate into full degrees or regular classes.
For university-level courses in the Faculty of Arts & Humanities or the Faculty of Science & Engineering, the French language requirement is generally B2 or higher (this can be understood as 'fluent'), based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL). If you're planning on studying at the Faculty of Medicine, the CEFRL C1 level in French is required for all degree programs.
If you're in need of upgrading your language skills in order to complete your studies, you can register for intensive language courses at Sorbonne University.