Visiting Teacher-researchers

The international visiting teacher-researcher is welcomed and integrated into the teaching and research teams of Université Paris Cité for a short, medium or long stay (up to two years).  The visitor finances the stay by a salary maintenance of his or her home institution, a grant from an outside organisation, etc. The visiting teacher-researcher receives a welcome letter and signs a hosting agreement.

The International Relations Office provides support to visiting teacher-researchers in all the administrative and logistical aspects of their stay at Université Paris Cité. It offers European and non-EU researchers assistance with administrative formalities, thus facilitating their stay in Paris (accommodation search, enrolment in FLE courses, visa/or residence permit renewal).

On-line Procedure

In order to prepare their stay at Université Paris Cité (teaching or research), visiting teacher-researchers must carry out the following steps :

Step 1

Contact the host laboratory or department and download and complete the invitation letter from Université Paris Cité. This letter must be signed by the inviting researcher and the host laboratory Director at Université Paris Cité. The scientific agreement template is also available.

Step 2

Activate an online account and fill in all the required information. Once the form is complete, the researcher must download it (PDF) and send it to the International Relations Office. Please note PhD students also need to register on the same online platform.

Step 3

To ensure proper preparation and supervision of the stay, please refer to list of required documents and send a copy of them to the International Raltions Office:  For any further queries, please contact

Registration Deadline

2 months before arrival

International Relations and Strategy Office

Campus des Grands Moulins
Bâtiment des Grands Moulins – Aile A – 2e étage
5 rue Thomas Mann Paris 13e
Site Odéon
12 rue de l’École de Médecine Paris 6e



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