University of London Institute in Paris

Offers you the best of both worlds: a world-renowned British university in the centre of the French capital.

You will develop your French language skills and be able to take advantage of life-changing and career-enhancing experiences.

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Experience UK university life in the heart of Paris

As a small and specialised institution with a long standing academic partnership with Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), the University of London Institute in Paris (ULIP) provides research-led teaching from experts in their field with a strong sense of community, all from the culturally and intellectually stimulating heartbeat of France: Paris.

Offering a unique opportunity to study for a prestigious University of London or Queen Mary University of London degree in Paris, you can choose between our long-established BA in French Studies programmes, or our new BA in International Politics programmes, as well as Masters in Urban History and Culture, International Relations and Law.

You will be encouraged to look beyond borders, engage with an interconnected and ever-changing world and broaden your cultural and social perspectives. You’ll also benefit from studying in the city that won the top place in the QS Best Student Cities global rankings for four years running.

Number of students

  • 200 : No of students
  • 120 : Undergraduate
  • 80 : Postgraduate

Everyone – including potential employers – agrees on the advantages of studying and living abroad. You will also benefit from the high level of academic, pastoral and financial support that you would expect from a leading UK university while living and studying abroad for the duration of your degree.

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The University is located in central Paris and the premises overlook the Esplanade des Invalides. As a student, you will find yourself very close to famous attractions such as the Eiffel Tower, Champs-Elysees and the beautiful Jardin du Luxembourg.