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Exchange students:

Matthieu Hulbert



Pascal Melou (Economics, Management, Mathematics, IT, Geography, History, Art History): freemover2@univ-paris1.fr


Sadri Sakka (Law, Economic and Social Administration, Political Science, Visual Arts, Philosophy): freemover1@univ-paris1.fr   


International Relations Office
58 boulevard Arago
75013 Paris

Access map

Opening times 


in Octobre


Monday afternoon (14h-17h)

Wednesday morning (9h-12h30)

Thursday afternoon (14h-17h)

Friday morning (9h-12h30)

Outside from these hours, please book an appointment


Tél: +33 (0)1 44 07 76 79

Academic registration


Once you have completed your administrative registration at the university, you must complete your academic registration in order to record the list of classes that you have chosen and their assessment methods. The registration procedure varies according to your status (student admitted in his or her own capacity or as part of an exchange with his or her university of origin).

Classes and assessment

Two types of classes: lectures (cours magistraux) and tutorials (travaux dirigés [TD])

Two types of assessment: continuous assessment (contrôle continu) and final assessment (contrôle terminal)


Procedures for academic registration

If you are coming as part of an exchange with your university of origin (exchange students)

► If you are coming on an individual basis (free-movers)

Special case



Two types of classes

Lectures (Cours Magistraux): generally taught in lecture theatres of 100 to 1000 places, lectures are similar to conferences led by the tutors ; in addition to the notes that they have taken during the classes, students often have teaching materials that have been indicated to them by the tutor in order to prepare for their exams. The latter are written and generally take place at the end of the semester.

Tutorials (Travaux Dirigés [TD]): taking place in rooms of 20 to 30 places, tutorials are relatively more interactive than lectures ; they enable theoretical knowledge gained in lectures to be deepened and put into practice. The assessment of knowledge gained in tutorials is generally done orally (presentation) or written (dissertation, commentary on a text or judgment…) throughout the year.


Two types of assessment

Continuous Assessment (Contrôle Continu): on the assumption that you have attended lectures (Cours Magistraux) and tutorials (Travaux Dirigés [TD]), Continuous Assessment is by way of regular assessments during the semester and exams at the end of the semester (which are called “partials”).
Final Assessment (Contrôle Terminal): open only to certain students (in particular exchange students who have obtained the agreement of the teacher-delegate at international relations relating to their apartment), Final Assessment consists of taking exams only at the end of the semester, whether they are written or oral.



If you are coming as part of an exchange with your university of origin (exchange students)

►  as soon as you have finalised your administrative registration, make an appointment with the teacher-delegate for international relations within your department in order to validate your learning agreement (see the list of classes open to exchange students) ;

►  submit your duly completed and signed learning agreement to the admissions service of your department : that will enable your registration to be confirmed for each of the courses chosen.



If you are coming on an individual basis (free-movers)

On the date notified by your department in an e-mail, on webpages and/or during the pre-start of term meeting, click on https://ipweb.univ-paris1.fr in order to register for the optional courses that you have chosen.


Note : in certain cases, your department will invite you to register directly with its admissions service.


Special case

For all students, registration for language courses (in particular French as a foreign language), sport or cultural activities takes place respectively on réservalangues, réservasport and with student life service.



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