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UT Dallas in Paris 2020 Cité Internationale Universitaire

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What is Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris?

Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris was established in 1925 with the goal of promoting world peace through international exchanges that would bring together students from around the world to live in Paris. Today, the campus is made up of 40 residences that house 12,000 students, researchers and artists representing 140 nationalities. To enable the international students to learn more about the French culture and language, one-quarter of the residential accommodations are reserved for students from France.

Main Entrance
The campus is being expanded and will soon house even more students.
Fondation Des Etats Unis

Fondation Des Etas Unis

Website: http://www.feusa.org/

Fondation Des Etas Unis is one of the 40 residences on the campus. It has 267 single rooms, classroom space, library, and other common areas. It also hosts cultural programs that include art exhibits, concerts, and films. They are holding 25 comfort rooms with private baths for UT Dallas students for June 2020.

Standard room
The private baths in the room are not much bigger than an airplane bathroom.

The residence has communal areas such as kitchens, sitting rooms, library etc where residents can meet and get to know each other.

Shared kitchen
Other communal areas
Although we will be going on excursions in the city every week, we also will be meeting in this classroom two or three days a week. The course will meet only Monday through Thursday, leaving your weekend free for travel.

All-you-can eat meals will be included in the program cost. Cafe Restaurant Universitaire serves three meals per day but you can also dine at one of the many other university cafeterias located throughout the city by showing your student ID.

Dr. Lanham's meal at the cafeteria.

The campus is located at 17 Boulevard Jourdan in the southern sector of the city. It is across the street from Tram T3 and the RER B, which connects to the Paris Metro system and Charles de Gaulle Airport.

Trams also stop across the street

Parc Mountsaris is also across the street.