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Step 2 Confirm the chosen degree program
Step 3 Send the Documents attached
Step 4 Confirmation receipt of CVEC receipt
Step 5 Pay the registration fees
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Before coming to study in France, it is important to have a sufficient level in French, (written and oral).
Please note, that most of our courses are held in French. It is therefore strongly recommended that you reinforce your French language skills before your join Sorbonne University.
For university-level courses in the Faculty of Arts & Humanities or the Faculty of Science & Engineering, the French fluency requirement is generally B2 or higher, based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL). Please note that at the Faculty of Medicine, the CEFRL C1 level in French is required for all degree programs.
If you need to upgrade your language skills, you may register to intensive language courses at Sorbonne University.
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On Sorbonne University campuses, students can participate in many student associations to the rhythm of events organised by and for them: concerts, art festivals, exhibitions, creative contests, and more. They study in the heart of Paris and have access to cutting-edge scientific equipment, dozens of specialised libraries and places conducive to exchange, work, relaxation or creation.
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