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Paris 13 University

Paris 13 University
Université Paris-XIII
Established 1970, following the division of the University of Paris (1253)
Type Public university
Endowment 62,708,000
President Jean-Loup Salzmann
Academic staff 1,181
Students 23,078
Undergraduates 14,953
Postgraduates 7,523
Doctoral students 602
Location Villetaneuse, Saint-Denis, and Bobigny, Île-de-France,
Campus multiple campuses
Affiliations Sorbonne Paris Cite

University of Paris 13 (Université Paris 13 or Paris-XIII) is one of the thirteen universities in Paris which replaced the University of Paris in 1970. It is also identified as University of Paris North (Université Paris Nord).

Notable faculty

Notes and references

  1. ^ Claude Goasguen official website biography

External links

  • Official site (French)

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