Sorbonne University, whose campuses are in the heart of Paris, covers all major disciplinary fields and offers new transversal academic and research programs. In 2018, Paris-Sorbonne and Pierre and Marie Curie universities merged to create Sorbonne University, a single university with three autonomous faculties: Humanities and Social Sciences, Sciences and Medicine. By bringing together the best talent in a wide array of disciplines, Sorbonne University offers transversal academic and research programs. Sorbonne University is inventing new ways to study and teach, including integrating research-based learning at all levels. By renewing teaching methods, Sorbonne University is opening up new ways to gain knowledge in a specific domain as well as acquiring transversal skills. This includes reinforcing cultural and international openness.
With a broad network of partnerships worldwide, Sorbonne University focuses its international activities on strategic alliances and privileged partnerships in targeted regions: Europe, India, China, Brazil and North America, as well as building on established alliances at its international campuses in Singapore and Abu Dhabi. Sorbonne University associated institutions extend its range of research disciplines even further. For this reason, Sorbonne University is able to promote scientific and educational developments that lead to original, transversal solutions.