The International Relations Department

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Organisation and missions

The International Relations Department (IRD) contributes to the development and is reponsible for the successful implementation of the university's international strategy.

It is responsible for the implementation of the university's cooperation with foreign partner institutions, through the development of bilateral partnerships and participation in international networks. It is also in charge of responding to calls for proposals in the field of international relations.

The International Relations Department also ensures the promotion of the university outside France, by valorising its actions, welcoming foreign delegations, and participating in international higher education fairs. It is thus in charge of expanding the university's influence throughout the world.

By managing the international incoming and outgoing mobility of students, professors and administrative staff members, the IRD works closely with international relations delegate teachers in each teaching and research department. An international commission which meets several times a year allows the exchange of information and discussion on international actions carried out by the community of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

Two international centres are also hosted by the International Relations Department: the Centre for Middle East & North Africa and the Centre for the Americas.

Download the organisational structure (PDF - 95 Ko - FR-EN)

Opening hours

(Subject to change)

  • Monday: 2pm-5pm
  • Tuesday: 2pm-5pm
  • Thursday: 2pm-5pm
  • Friday: 2pm-5pm

Outside these time slots, you can make an appointment from Monday to Friday. We would like to remind you that under the current circumstances, all formalities can be completed online or by email. We invite you to get in touch with the people in charge so that you do not have to come to our office. 

Face coverings are mandatory across all university buildings.

The Maison internationale will be closed to the public from 26th to 31st October 2020 included.

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