An intercultural school, inside and out

Because life goes on once you leave the classroom, ISIT offers a multitude of extracurricular activities: clubs and organizations, a library specialized in intercultural management and communication resources, and even practical advice for where to stay and eat in Paris.

2017/2018 calendar

Learn more about revision sessions, first day of classes, an orientation weekend for all new students organized by ISIT’s Bureau des Etudiants, vacations, and finals:

Student organizations

Students at ISIT have access to a rich variety of organizations, among them: Bureau des Etudiants (students’ association) for recreational activities and getting into the ISIT spirit, Solidar’ISIT for volunteering opportunities, Junior ISIT for developing professional skills and AlumnISIT to stay in touch with classmates and join the alumni network.

ISIT Library

The library (also called media center) provides students with physical and digital resources that reflect the courses taught at ISIT: intercultural communication and management, translation, interpretation, linguistics, international law, geopolitics and more. Access to the library is primarily reserved for ISIT teachers, students and staff.

Others, including researchers from partner universities, external students, teachers and researchers, professionals and anyone else with a research project in one of the library’s fields, may visit by appointment.

Visit the ISIT library website

New Student Information 

New arrivals to ISIT and/or the Paris region have many steps to take before settling in.

ISIT can help you in your search for accomodation, point out the nearest university restaurants and share our favourite Paris recommendations.

View our guide to getting set up in Paris