FACTS & FIGURES
Founded in 2018
3,400 Faculty Staff
Point of Contact:
VP International Development
As research-intensive university, Sorbonne University covers the entire range of Humanities, Medicine and Sciences, in pursuit of the humanist tradition that has been the hallmark of the Sorbonne since 1257.
To meet the challenges of the 21st century, the research teams at Sorbonne University will be as invested in the heart of their subject matter as they are in interdisciplinary approaches. Intimately linked to research, teaching will cultivate new forms of pedagogy, particularly in order to "learn how to learn," right from the bachelor's degree and on throughout life. In addition, Sorbonne University aims to share both our fundamental heritage and the new forms of knowledge it develops with the rest of society. Rooted in the heart of Paris, Sorbonne University will develop new forms of cooperation with its ecosystem, in Paris, in France, in Europe, and around the world.
Sorbonne University is an institution of knowledge, attentive to the great challenges of contemporary society and engaged with the world around it. As a public and research-intensive institution, Sorbonne University aspires to both strive for excellence and guarantee equality of opportunity.
The research emerging from Sorbonne University’s laboratories is both fundamental and applied, free and collaborative. To be of greater service to society, the university is committed to innovation through the development of technology transfer. Invested in the future of its students, Sorbonne University sets out to provide them with a solid body of knowledge and the required skills that will help turn them into the seasoned professionals of tomorrow. For this purpose, it proposes a gradual orientation to their studies, as well as multidisciplinary and diversified degree programs adapted to the goals of each individual.
Finally, it is Sorbonne University's ambition to be an influential university both in Europe and around the world, contributing to the public debate in matters of academics, higher education and research.