The Université Paris-Sorbonne is a public research university in Paris, France. It is part of the historically known University of Paris, taking over its faculty of Humanities when it ceased to exist following student protest in May 1968.Show more
The university is very good, professors are very well experienced in their respective domain. Its located in the center of Paris, it’s very accessible to all types of students. But we have to improve more in the life of students, but its good at all.View more
Great university for a masters degree in economics. Great faculty with renowned professors. However at the time I was studying there was little connectivity with the business world and it was rather theoretical as French universities especially Sorbonne can be. Great university for those looking at a PhD. But this needs be complemented by a year post graduate degree in a “business school” to maximize chances of finding a good job especially in finance. This was at the time. Donno how this has evolved sinceView more
La Sorbonne has quite a big number of students, which is why it is divided in several campuses. The Letters Department takes place at the Boulevard Malesherbes, in the 17th arrondissement (and not in the Quartier Latin, where only the students from the 3rd year have classes).
During the first year, I studied Marcel Proust, which I loved, and French grammar – which I did not loved. The other classes were good, and I really learned a lot. All teachers were passionate, kind and dedicated to the students.
The only negative point that I would point out, would be my campus’s administration department, who weren’t very organized when it came to the problems related to our classes schedule.
I would definitely recommend this University to a friend, but only if she/he truly wants to study Letters, because otherwise, trying to figure out what the author meant by « hello » can get quite boring if you don’t know why you’re here.
La Sorbonne has a very strong history, that makes every student feel special, so don’t miss out on that opportunity !View more
I spent 3 years in La Sorbonne, more precisely in the Institut de Géographie near the main Sorbonne building. I studied cultural geography there.
It was a great experience and all I’ve studied was incredibily interesting and some topics have opened my mind and my way of thinking and making research.
I think that it could have difficultly been more interesting and openminded. These years still are great memories and I’d warmly encourage every student to come to La Sorbonne if they are interested in social humanities.View more
During my study in the Netherlands I decided to do an exchange to Paris. I really enjoyed my time at the Sorbonne IV. There is a really nice ambiance with many ambitious people. The teachers have a lot of experience in their work field and try to help each student individually. Moreover, as I was a foreign student I could choose courses from different faculties which I really liked. One point that I have less appreciated was that the lectures were on different locations. However, after a while you get used to it. Shortly, I can really recommend the Sorbonne:)View more