The first edition of the International Days was held on October 13th and 14th. Dedicated to discovery, openness, sharing experiences and inclusion, this event triggered bonding and friendships among students.
International days brings together :
– 30 Nationalities covering 5 continents
– 100 International students registered in the rallye
– Participation from our partners : Circle U. European University Alliance and Crous de Paris
– Université Paris Cité Departments : Campus Life, International Relations, Faculties and Communication
“The international days are both a festive and a crucial moment to integrate and welcome our international students. The students were absolutely delighted.” says Fatou Estéoule, Director of the International Relations and Strategy Office.
Truly a Melting Pot
Nearly thirty nationalities were represented. The University is extremely grateful to Tanguy Belaven and Tanguy Barneoud (STAPS), Violaine Barral (EILA), Joséphine Beuque (Medicine), Émilie Albert (Economy) and Maya Nocet (Circle U), returning from Spain, Germany or Austria, for sharing their experiences and offering inspiring testimonies. Last but not least, congratulations to the three lucky winners of the “photo favorites”: Dilara Balaban, Solal Grude and Sofia Calciolari.
The Rally, at the Heart of the event
More than a hundred international students braved the rain with panache to discover the cultural richness of Paris before meeting for a festive evening in the 13th district where a wonderful cocktail buffet awaited them. These moments were deeply appreciated by our international students:
« This surpassed all expectations. Thanks ! It was amazing” Hosn Nabaa
« Thank you so much for such an excellent evening ! » Annie Neil
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