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10 reasons to study with us

Did you know that Paris has been named as the top student city for 2014, 2015 and 2016? As one of the most exciting and stimulating cities in the world, it is an ideal place to immerse yourself in the French language and culture.
Our facilities at the University of London Institute in Paris

Our facilities

Our historic 19th-century classic Haussmannian building, with its stone entrance and high ceilings, offers a prestigious setting for your studies within easy reach of both the political and educational centres of the French world.
Help and support at the University of London Institute in Paris

Help and support

We want to make your experience of living and studying in Paris is as rewarding and positive as possible. Our friendly and bilingual Student, Academic and External team is here to help you.
student with a career counselor

Careers advice

As a University of London student, you will receive a free dedicated careers service through the Careers Group, University of London. The Careers Group is the largest university careers service in Europe, and provides products and services designed to help individuals achieve and maintain job satisfaction throughout their working lives.
Student in flat in Paris


Our welcoming Student Services team is here to advise and guide you along your path to finding accommodation in Paris to help you settle into this vibrant city, and make Paris your new home.
Students' Union at the University of London Institute in Paris

Students' Union

We have a thriving student community and a very active Students’ Union. The Students' Union aims to enrich your student experience by encouraging you to organise and participate in extracurricular activities and to make the most of student life in Paris.
University of London at the Salon de l'Etudiant Masters fair

Open days and events

Meet our staff and students, either in Paris or in the UK, and discover what it is like to study in the heart of Paris at the University of London Institute in Paris at one of our events.

Brexit – FAQs

Following the results of the 2016 referendum the UK has triggered article 50 of the Lisbon treaty, formally expressing its intent to leave the EU, and has now begun negotiations in order to prepare to exit the bloc. During this period of uncertainty, we at ULIP understand that many of our staff, students and prospective students will have questions about possible changes to student services, fees and finances.