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Degree programmes

In order to allow each student to build their own academic path, the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of Sorbonne University offers as a wide range of programmes at the Bachelor's, Master’s and Doctorate levels, including double degree programmes as well as interdisciplinary curricula that enable pathways between programmes.

Degree programmes

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The Faculty of Arts and Humanities offers top-level courses in the fields of arts, languages, humanities and social sciences, with:

  • 93 different bachelor’s programmes and vocational degrees distributed across 12 different types of degrees, including 36 internal or external double majors
  • 92 master’s programmes distributed across 17 types of degrees
  • 44 PhD programmes
  • 11 university-specific certifications
  • 15 disciplines in which students can prepare for the agrégation competitive exam, through a specialised master’s or a specific course.

The Faculty holds the grounding of all courses in research as a fundamental principle. As early as the bachelor’s level, intellectual autonomy is acquired through contact with teachers, lecturers and researchers, and research progressively takes a predominant place in academic curricula.
To know more about the teaching and assessment modalities, career prospects, requirements and contact details of teachers and lecturers, and find the programme you wish to enrol in, look up our programmes catalogue.

Discover all the Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes.

Language requirements

Prior to moving to France to join a French university, it is important that you have a sufficient level in French (written and oral).
Please note that most of our courses are taught in French. It is therefore strongly recommended that you reinforce your French language skills before you join the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
For university-level courses, the proficiency level required in French is B2 for bachelor’s degrees and C1 for master’s degrees, based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
If you need to improve your language skills, you can apply for different French language courses and programmes, according to your needs.
You can also register for French language certification examinations if you need to obtain a language certificate.