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University of London Institute in Paris
Online Event
Event dates
, 6:00 PM - 6:40 PM (CET)

Join us for our online Q&A with current undergraduate students to find out more about student life at ULIP.

You will have the opportunity to engage with current students, studying both in our French Studies and International Politics programmes. They will start off with a 20-minute presentation to cover some of the most common questions that you may have. This will then be followed by a 20-minute chat session during which you can post additional questions for them to answer.

If you are joining us from the UK, please note that the event is taking place at 5:00 pm UK time.

Meet the students

Click on the arrow to view the four student profiles who will be taking part in the Online Q&A.

Aysha, ULIP Student

Aysha, 3rd year BA in French Studies with History, SU Secretary

I chose to study here because there is really no better place to learn the language than in the heart of France- it's such a unique opportunity. My favourite part about living here is the fact that anywhere you go there's so much incredible history and culture- three years later and I'm still exploring the city!

Jack, ULIP Student

Jack, 2nd year BA in International Politics, SU Co-Head Events and Societies

I applied to ULIP as I'd been interested in living abroad and the course itself looked so unique. My favourite thing about living in Paris is the immersion in a different and incredible culture, both in uni and the city itself!

Anna, ULIP Student

Anna, 3rd year BA in French Studies with History, SU Vice Welfare Officer

I've always enjoyed languages and being in Paris we are surrounded by French and there is an abundance of museums which made Paris a perfect place for me to study. My favourite thing about Paris is being able to cycle everywhere, it is a fast and pretty way to get around!

Toby, ULIP Student

Toby, 2nd year BA in French with International Relations, SU Treasurer

I chose to study French honestly because it was always my favourite subject at school and also a languages degree is very multi-disciplinary, it allows you to study history, politics, literature and cinema. My favourite thing about living in Paris is the fact that you can walk/cycle everywhere also French bread is unmatched, baguettes de tradition will change your life.