The Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris was founded in the early 1920s in a bid to promote harmony by providing accommodation and facilities to foster ties between talented young people from all over the world.
- The Cité Internationale’s 40 houses welcome some 10,000 residents a year, including students, researchers, visiting professors, artists and sportsmen from over 140 countries.
- It provides quality accommodation complete with a wide range of services (featuring a theatre, library, restaurant, sports facilities, support services and more) and aims to create a forum for exchange and debate at the highest level.
- Nearly a century has gone by since it was founded, yet the Cité Internationale continues to work tirelessly to provide accommodation and support for international residents.
- The Cité’s park spans 34 hectares and is home to the most extensive range of student accommodation in the Paris region, forming a unique patchwork of linguistic and cultural diversity in the French capital.
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