Catholic University of Paris is a private, multidisciplinary university steps away from Paris’ Latin Quarter, the Luxembourg Gardens, and St. Germain des Près. Of our 15,000 students, 4,500 are international.
Catholic University of Paris comprises 21 organisations: 6 faculties, 4 specialised institutes, 11 graduate schools, and 1 doctoral school with 20 research centres along with the Catholic University of Paris Seminary, which prepares its seminarians for ordination and priesthood.
Learn French in Paris: The Catholic University of Paris' Institute of French Language and Culture (known as ILCF) provides a unique collegiate backdrop for French language learners. At the ILCF, both university students and independent adults can choose courses ranging from basic grammar to specialised business French, culture, and civilization. Certain culture courses are even offered in English.
The Catholic University of Paris is a not-for-profit organisation according to the law of 1901, of recognised common public interest. Under the joint authority of the Holy See (Congregation for Catholic Education) and the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research, it issues state diplomas (degree, masters and PhD), canonical diplomas and its own diplomas
* 6 faculties
* 4 institutes
* 15 500 students and part-time students
* 4 500 international students
* doctoral school
* 500 researchers and professors
* 275 doctoral students
* 11 partner schools: 8 500 students