Each month, our newsletter will offer you the opportunity to discover this unique place in the world that is the Cité internationale universitaire de Paris. We’ll be slipping in a few secrets, good tips, news from the campus and our houses, as well as portraits of residents, friends, partners, figures and events to forge an even stronger bond with you.
In March, we put the spotlight on women, all women, with a dedicated programme of screenings, concerts and an exceptional exhibition on our gates. We told you more about the subjects that are close to our hearts: poetry, encounters, heritage, the arts and our commitments.
In April, we have chosen to share with you our architectural and landscape heritage, which is unique in the world, through a festival of ephemeral gardens, a podcast on the park and its necessary preservation, guided tours, a costumed walk against plastic, a not-to-be-missed event Opera for peace and some films on works in our houses.
The Cité internationale universitaire de Paris was born of the generosity of major donors in 1925. Even today, the Cité internationale lives on sponsorship thanks to the support of its donors and companies who are committed to giving meaning to the world and enabling its residents to study in optimal conditions. Encouraging access to knowledge and mobility for the world’s youth, promoting solidarity and humanist values and acting for a sustainable world are the major challenges that the Cité internationale has set itself.
The Cité internationale is also a place that can be visited. Introduce your employees or participants to the architectural, artistic and landscape heritage of the Cité internationale. Discover the guided tours offered by our Heritage centre.