List of universities in France

University of Toulouse

University of Toulouse

The Université de Toulouse is a consortium of French universities, grandes écoles and other institutions of higher education and research, named after one of the earliest universities established in Europe in 1229, and including the successor universities to that earlier university. This article describes the institutions that have been called the “Université de Toulouse”.  Read more »

Paris-Sorbonne University

Paris-Sorbonne University

University of Paris IV -Paris-Sorbonne is a public research university in Paris, France. The French cultural revolution of 1968, commonly known as “the French May”, resulted in the division of the world’s second oldest academic institution, the University of Paris, into thirteen autonomous universities. Paris-Sorbonne University is one of the inheritors of the former arts, languages and humanities faculties of the University of Paris.

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ParisTech

ParisTech

ParisTech (officially Institut des sciences et technologies de Paris (Paris Institute of Technology)) is a collegiate university located in Paris, France specialised in science and business.  Read more »

University of Lyon

University of Lyon

The University of Lyon (Université de Lyon), located in Lyon and Saint-Étienne, France, is a center for higher education and research comprising 16 institutions of higher education. The three main universities in this center are: Claude Bernard University Lyon 1, which focuses upon health and science studies and has approximately 27,000 students; Lumière University Lyon 2, which focuses upon the social sciences and has about 30,000 students; Jean Moulin University Lyon 3, which focuses upon the humanities and law with about 20,000 students.  Read more »

Aix-Marseille University

Aix-Marseille University

Aix-Marseille University (AMU) (French: Université d’Aix-Marseille) is a public research university located in Provence, southern France. With roots dating back to 1409, the University was formed by the merger of the University of Provence, the University of the Mediterranean and Paul Cézanne University.

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