Programs in French
The majority of Sorbonne University's academic programs are taught in French. From bachelor's degrees to master's programs and doctoral contracts, discover the courses on offer across our three faculties: the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, the Faculty of Science and Engineering, and the Faculty of Medicine.
Courses in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities upholds important humanist traditions of pursuing and conveying knowledge. Its students have access to a wide range of bachelor's and master's degrees in literature, languages, arts, civilization, communication, education and human and social sciences. The faculty also offers programs in continuing education.
To browse the complete catalog of courses offered by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, consult their website (in French.)
Courses in the Faculty of Science and Engineering
The Faculty of Science and Engineering offers courses in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, geosciemechanics, computer science, electronics and engineering. Bachelor's, master's, doctorate and continuing education programs are available in these subjects and more.
Courses in the Faculty of Medicine
The Faculty of Medicine shapes the doctors and health professionals of tomorrow, from their first year of study to their third cycle, by offering a range of degrees including the DES (Diploma of Specialized Studies), DESC (Diploma of Complementary Specialized Studies), DU (University Diploma) and DIU (Inter-University Diploma.)
Training takes place mainly at two sites: La Pitié-Salpêtrière and Saint-Antoine, which also includes a school of midwifery. The faculty also provides paramedical training in speech therapy, psychomotricity and orthoptics.
To find out more about courses in French offered by the Faculty of Medicine, visit their website.
Multidisciplinary Bachelor Degrees
As a truly innovative institution, Sorbonne University also offers students the opportunity to enrol in multidisciplinary bachelor degrees. Crossing faculties and subject areas, these include bi-disciplinary and double degrees in everything from science and journalism to science and music, computer sciences and literature to law and science.
Explore all multidisciplinary offers here.
INSPE: Courses in Education
The Institut National Supérieur du Professorat et de l'Education de l'Académie de Paris offers courses in French for future teachers and education professionals in France.
To view their course catalog, visit their website.