Students, teachers, researchers and staff, on this page you will be able to find the various guidelines in place at Université Paris Cité.
Effective August 1st, 2022
The sanitary measures such as lockdown or curfew, the sanitary pass or wearing face masks are no longer compulsory inside and outside. However, masks may be required on a case-by-case basis in certain health care facilities.
Students and staff are therefore no longer required to wear a mask inside the university, notably when attending classes. However, students and staff may continue to wear masks if they wish.
The best way to prevent Covid-19 is to respect the health measures: wear a mask, wash your hands regularly, and follow the social distancing guidelines whenever possible.
Various health measures are in place so that everyone can teach, work and study in a safe and protected environment. These measures are aligned as the situation evolves and are updated regularly.
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Graduate Schools combine master's degree and doctorate programmes, supported by research laboratories. This means that students can work on a wide range of relevant problems, benefiting from the diversity of these courses and the feedback of students who have already...read more
Hosted by Université Paris Cité on October 6th, 2023, the Circle U. Think and Do Tank held its conference “European Universities as Actors in Multilingualism”. Bringing together over 39 in person participants as well as 125 online, the conference focused on providing...read more
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The 17th edition of the L'Oréal-UNESCO France Young Talent Award for Women in Science is a reminder of the important contribution made by women scientists to solving the major environmental, health and social challenges we face today. Université Paris Cité...read more
The international French-language final of the Ma Thèse en 180s (My Thesis in 180s) competition took place on Thursday 5 October, bringing together 20 candidates at the Mohammed V Theatre in Rabat, Morocco. Camille Lakhlifi, a candidate from Université Paris Cité,...read more
Discover on playback the Masterclass in History with Carlo Ginzburg that took place on December 14th at the Musée Carnvalet-Histoire de Paris. An exceptional event, co-organised by the Laboratoire Identités Cultures et Territoires – Les Europes dans le Monde (ICT) of...read more
By combining data collected by the SEIS seismometer operated by the InSight mission on Mars with available orbital data, a scientific team has revealed that Martian seismic activity may be responsible for dust avalanches In certain areas, the researchers found,...read more
As a part of the Oxford-Paris Partnership (POP), the University of Oxford and Université Paris Cité, in partnership with the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), are launching a call for applications for research collaborations in the humanities and...read more
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A numerical model of the formation, at low velocity, of satellites in binary asteroid systems was Published on November 17th in the journal Icarus by a research team from IPGP and Université Paris Cité. This model, suggesting the existence of “contact binary”...read more
Université Paris Cité congratulates Professor Alexandre Loupy, specialist in multi-organ transplantation, for being awarded a European Consolidator Grant by the European Research Council for excellent frontier research. On November 23, 2023, the European Research Council published the results of its call for Consolidator Grant (CoG) projectsread more
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On October 23, 2023, President Édouard Kaminski and his National University of Singapore (NUS) counterpart Tan Eng Chye signed a partnership agreement to develop joint research and events in the field of women’s health. Left to right: Édouard Kaminski (President...read more
On July 3rd Circle U.'s achievements have been recognised by the selection of "Circle U. 2030", a new four-year project funded by the Erasmus+ 2023 call for European universities. With an grant of 12.8 million euros, Circle U. will pursue its mission to build the...read more
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Université Paris Cité, Founding Member of 3 University Hospital Institutes and of 1 Biocluster Certified by ANR
Under the France 2030 plan, the government decided to allocate €1 billion to improving medical research capabilities. The results of the calls for projects and of the call for expression of interest aiming to create Bioclusters, new University Hospital Institutes...read more
The Center for World University Rankings (CWUR) has unveiled its 2023 ranking of the world's top 2,000 universities. For the first time since Université Paris Cité was established, it ranks 39th, marking its entry into the world’s top 0.2%. The Center for World...read more