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"One of the benefits of studying at ULIP is the way that living in Paris brings the modules to life. The choices are so diverse and they all bring you a deeper understanding of what it is to be French." - Phoebe Sephton
Postgraduate students at the University of London Institute in Paris (ULIP) can gain an advanced qualification while studying in one of the world’s most beautiful cities. ULIP students can do a master’s degree in urban history and culture, international relations or law, or carry out research in one of the university’s main areas of expertise such as the history and culture of Paris or modern French literature.
In partnership with Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), there are two types of Queen Mary degrees at the ULIP campus in Paris: the MA in International Relations, Master of Laws (LLM) and double LLMs. These masters’ programmes give students the opportunity to gain an advanced degree from a prestigious university while learning in the heart of the French capital.
ULIP also offers a unique split-site MA in Urban History and Culture that leads to a renowned University of London degree. This one-year programme is offered in collaboration with Queen Mary University of London and allows students to study in two of Europe’s most dynamic cities, Paris and London. Students have the unique opportunity to choose a full year of study in Paris, or to split their time between Paris and London.
ULIP is home to around 200 students, of which approximately 80 are postgraduates, representing a 40 percent proportion of the student community.
Postgraduate degrees at ULIP are flexible as all courses offer part-time options, and some give students the chance to divide their time between Paris and London, two of the most dynamic and culturally rich cities in Europe.
Master’s programmes are taught in English which gives students the unique opportunity to gain a prestigious UK degree while living and learning in one of Europe’s most loved cities.