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  1. The University of Paris (French: Université de Paris), metonymically known as the Sorbonne (French: ), was the leading university in Paris, France, active from 1150 to 1970, with the exception between 1793 and 1806 under the French Revolution.

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    • Hic et ubique terrarum (Latin)
  2. La Universidad de París, también conocida como La Sorbona, fue una de las universidades medievales más antiguas y más importantes. Fue fundada a mediados del siglo XII por el obispo de la ciudad Robert de Sorbón y sus instalaciones se situaron cerca de la Catedral Notre Dame de París. En 1200 fue reconocida por el rey Felipe II y en 1215 por el papa Inocencio III. Adquirió rápidamente un gran prestigio, especialmente en filosofía y teología. Se constituyó como ...

    • Hic et ubique terrarum, «Aquí y en todas las partes de la Tierra»
    • 1150 (primera universidad), 1896 (segunda universidad)
    • La Sorbona (segunda universidad)
    • Universidad corporativa (1150-1793), Universidad pública (1896-1970)
    • History
    • Organization and Administration
    • Governance
    • Notable People

    1970: Division of the University of Paris

    Following the disruption, de Gaulle appointed Edgar Faure as minister of education; Faure was assigned to draft reforms about the French university system, with the help of academics. Their proposal was adopted on 12 November 1968;in accordance with the new law, the faculties of the University of Paris were to reorganize themselves. Some of the new universities took over the old faculties and the majority of their professors: social sciences by Paris-I Panthéon-Sorbonne University; law by Par...

    2000: University of Paris reunification projects

    The Universities of Paris III, Paris V, and Paris VIIhave been moving closer together since the mid-2000s as part of the establishment of research and higher education clusters (PRES) and the Campus Plan. An initial understanding bringing them together took place in January 2006 with the creation of the association Paris Centre Universities, which then brought together the university with those of Paris 1, Paris 5, and Paris 13, whereas the other Parisian universities had united around the Pa...

    2019: Merger of the Universities of Paris V and Paris VII

    In 2017, Paris III Sorbonne-Nouvelle University and Sciences Powithdrew from the merger project but the universities of Paris V and Paris VII decided on a merger scheduled for 1 January 2019. The University of Paris was created as a university grouping on 20 March 2019. The Universities of Paris V and Paris VII were dissolved on 1 January 2020 while the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, as a "component-institution", retains its legal personality. On 21 June 2019, Christine Clerici was e...

    Paris Cité University is a scientific, cultural and professional experimental public institution. It is multidisciplinary and comprises four main areas of training: legal, economic and management disciplines; humanities and social sciences; science and technology; and health disciplines.

    On 21 June 2019, Christine Clericiwas elected President of Paris Cité University. On proposals, she appointed the following Faculty Councils: Alain Zider, Dean of the Faculty of Science, Xavier Jeunemaitre, Dean of the Faculty of Health and Sylvain Moutier, Dean of the Faculty of Societies and Humanities. The Academic Senate of Université de Paris,...

    Nobel and Fields laureates

    1. George Fitzgerald Smoot– Professor – Nobel in Physics – 2006 2. Jean Dausset– Professor – Nobel in Physiology or Medicine – 1980 3. Artur Avila– Professor – Fields Medal – 2014 4. Laurent Schwartz– Professor – Fields Medal – 1950

    Teachers and former teachers

    1. Alain Carpentier, French surgeon, Albert-Lasker Award. 2. Axel Kahn, French scientist and geneticist. 3. Daniel Mansuy, French researcher and chemist, member of the French Academy of Sciences. 4. Jaak Aaviksoo, Estonian Minister of Defense 5. Claude Allègre, Minister of National Education (France) from 1997 to 2000 and member of the Académie des sciences (France) 6. Artur Avila, 2014 Fields Medal 7. Jean-Luc Bennahmias, French Member of the European Parliament 8. Bernard Cerquiglini, recto...


    1. Cécile Duflot, French former politician. She has been a government minister and political party leader. 2. Olivier Brandicourt, French business executive and physician, and the former chief executive officer of Sanofi. 3. Richard Ferrand, French politician who has been serving as President of the National Assemblysince 2018. 4. Jean Pisani-Ferry, French economist and public policy expert. 5. François Fillon, retired French politician who served as Prime Minister of France from 2007 to 2012...

  3. Université Paris Cité is part of the incarnation of a world city, aware of its place and missions, open to youth and knowledge. Born in 2019 from the merger of the universities of Paris Diderot, Paris Descartes and Institut de physique du globe de Paris, the ambition of Université Paris Cité is to lead and develop an exceptional potential to meet the challenges of tomorrow’s society.

  4. The University of Paris ( French: Université de Paris) was a famous university in Paris, France. It was one of the first universities to be established in Europe. It was founded in the middle of the 12th century. [1]

    • Circa 1150 – 1793, 1896–1970
    • Hic et ubique terrarum (Latin)
    • Here and anywhere on Earth
    • Corporative from c. 1150 to 1793 and public from 1896 to 1970
  5. UNIVERSITY. About us; Organisation; Circle U. Initiative of excellence; Partnerships; Careers at Université Paris Cité; Campuses; EDUCATION. Higher education system; Departments; Find your programme; Graduate schools; Build your project; Summer Schools; International Mobility; RESEARCH. Excellence in research; Awards and Distinctions; Laboratories; Scientific cooperation