Summer schools

Every year, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne offers summer schools in various disciplines, open to international students. They provide an excellent opportunity to meet and exchange ideas on specific issues, but also to expand one's network in a more informal setting.



Panthéon-Sorbonne International Summer School

18th June - 22nd June 2023 (course 1) | 2nd July - 6th July 2023 (course 2)

Coordinated by the International Relations Department of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, this summer school gives students the opportunity to take an online training course of law in English, with two courses to choose from: environmental & energy law (course 1) and public international law (course 2).


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French as a foreign language (FLE) Summer School

12th June - 23rd June 2023 | 26th June - 7th July 2023

The language department has developed a 40-hour training course in French as a foreign language (FLE) for non-French speakers who are interested in learning or improving their French. Five groups of levels are available: A1, A2, B1 and B2/C1. The programme also includes two cultural visits in Paris and a visit of the Sorbonne library.

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Paris School of Economics Summer School

12th June - 30th June 2023

The Paris School of Economics Summer School offers research-oriented teaching by leading experts in their fields. Since 2016, it has brought together in Paris hundreds of participants, representing over 70 nationalities, from all over the world. Conducted entirely in English, the PSE Summer School is aimed at professionals, researchers, and graduate students (Master's and PhD) notably in Economics, in Social Sciences and in Finance.

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Cornell-Paris 1 Summer Institute

3rd July - 21st July 2023

The Cornell-Paris 1 Summer Institute is a short academic programme in international and comparative law, co-sponsored by Cornell Law School and the Sorbonne Law School of Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Students from all over the world have the opportunity to take a three-week course, taught in English by notable professors of Law.

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