Student Tours Paris : we offer a rich approach of intellectual activities for students and their teacher visiting Paris, with a personalized package and option of private tour guide.
France, Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France (BNF), site Richelieu, salle ovale
Trip according to your field
According to your field of study, you have the perfect Student Tours Paris. Below, some examples of themes for a tour according to your studies and major, while at the same time enjoying Paris. Student Tours Paris from :
- 600 euros, taxes included, for a tailor-made package
- 210 euros, taxes included, for a private tour guide
Cultural immersion & field of study
Student Tours Paris : Paris is a fantastic place to discover, to study, to explore.
- Art History
- Performing Art
- Political Science
- Visual Art…
Studying Physics, Math, Computer Sciences… get a helping hand for preparing your trip to Paris. Discover la Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, the Curie museum, the National Museum of Natural History established in 1635…
PARIS BY EMY gives you connections to universities, institutions, organizations which offers the opportunity to discover different concepts, to meet people and to exchange with them.
PARIS BY EMY creates, organizes and develops tailor-made tours according to topics you want to study.
Private tour guide for your Paris Trip
Have a knowledgeable trip with fun to stimulate our brains according to your objectives and field of study. Bask in serenity in Paris – Get off the beaten path – Be understood and cosseted – Optimize your time and budget – Follow your aspirations – Have an authentic insight into French culture with private tour guide, from 210 Euros.
Customized tours via 10 themes
According to your objectives and budget, you rank 10 themes such as lodging, art and museum, food and drink, sightseeing, God and spirituality, entertainment, shopping…
We create a genuine customized tour and we give you connections to Paris universities, institutions, organizations.
Feel Paris heartbeat
Moreover, PARIS BY EMY informs you about all the social events and cultural programs of the city that fit in your goals. Paris is very active all year long, throughout the seasons. Travelling becomes a strong human experience.
Stephen Hawking expressed his concern over the popularity of robots during a Web Summit in 2017. He cautioned the human race to be well-prepared to tackle the after-effects of AI coming in the shape of robots. When robots begin to gain ground, they will sound the death knell of humans by simply replacing human efforts. Robots will soon threaten humans by snatching away their jobs. In this context, Stephen has a prediction for the next decade. By the time we step into the 2030s, Stephen Hawking foresees that 38% of US employees will be mechanized robots.
Teachers, students get connected to sacred human intelligence and intensify interactions
- Creation of your voyage according to each client
- No platform, no algorithm, no already-made Paris Tours
- Just real human exchanges for an authentic insight into Paris
Ask for a real tailor-made trip according to your budget and aspirations
- Unlimited exchanges to plan your trip, via 10 themes, your way
- Private Tour Guide Paris in English for 1/2 Day(s), full Day(s), Evening(s)
- “The Roadmap”, a schedule like a plan for your days and evenings
- “The Travelogue”, a travel guide booklet, like a tourist guide
- The Roadmap and Travelogue both tailor-made, easy to read on smartphone easy to print
- Welcome Meeting within Paris at your convenience – day time & place of your choice
- Online Assistance during your visit, Monday through Friday, from 9am to 7pm
- Permanent assistance 24/7 in case of emergency
- Reservation made for hotel, concert, museum, conference,…
- Special Event organization such as meeting, lecture…
French & Linguistics teaching
Let’s discover and practice French through many ways. Paris has the world’s highest density of bookstores per capita. Discover the French writers of today, get into a French reading club, a French poetry club, practice your French into a writing club, go to a French classical play in one of the great institutions of Paris, sightseeing in French. Of course, you get into a tour of Paris, your way.
Literature teachers & professors
For example, you are in Literature class. You come to visit Paris for a week. You may ask for a journey on the famous writers who worked and lived in Paris, such as Hemingway, James Joyce, Scott Fitzgerald, Gertrude Stein, Oscar Wilde, Victor Hugo, Emile Zola, Honoré de Balzac, Georges Sand, Rimbaud, Baudelaire and many others. Discover the places where they used to live, where they got inspired by the City of Lights, enjoy a cup of coffee in their favorite café… Discover on my blog Ernest Hemingway’s article
Possibilities to create a tailor-made visit of Paris into
- Politics through the French Revolutions
- International relations with World War II
- Aesthetics, sociology and cultural interactions
- Theology, inter religions and religious war …
You can mix theory and field, knowledge and experiment thanks to PARIS BY EMY. It gives you the opportunity to experience Paris and the French culture fully, in serenity. You may as well discover the Sorbonne University, one of the oldest Universities in the world, the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, the BNF, the national library of France, and many other institutions and places, according to your field of study and aspirations.
Teachers, add your brick to the edifice
Study abroad program
If you are on a study abroad program, getting into a French school or University in Paris for couple weeks during summer, for a semester, you may ask PARIS BY EMY to give you help to prepare your stay and to provide you a private tour of Paris, tailor-made. You may ask help for lodging, groceries, metro transportation, shopping, sightseeing, visiting France outside Paris as well, to optimize your experience abroad the best you can, under every aspect while you are studying abroad wether you are an undergraduate student or a graduate student.
Student Tours Paris in Cosmospolitan Paris
Paris is a cosmopolitan city. You may discover the Latino Tango and Salsa classes in famous places or by the Seine, Asian districts, la Maison de la Culture du Japon, Indian living quarters, le temple Ganesh, English & Irish Pubs, African restaurants, the Jewish neighborhood, the Institut du Monde Arabe, the American church of Paris, the Russian Orthodox Cathedral, La Maison du Danemark, European cultural centers and many other places from all continents.
One of the oldest universities in the world
The Sorbonne owes its name to its founder, Robert de Sorbon, Chaplain and confessor of King of France Saint-Louis (Louis IX). Emerging around 1150 as a corporation associated with the cathedral school of Notre Dame de Paris, the University is born in the XIIIth century. Primitively settled on the Island of the City, the latter came, from the XIIth century, in the future “Latin Quarter”, left bank of the Seine, where the theology, the law, the medicine and the arts were taught, outdoor, young people coming from 4 Nations, so conferring to the University, from the start, an international prestige.
Hic et ubique terrarum (Latin, Here and anywhere on Earth)
In 1793, during the French Revolution, the university was closed and by Item-27 of the Revolutionary Convention, the college endowments and buildings were sold. A new University of France replaced it in 1806 with four independent faculties: the Faculty of Humanities (French: Faculté des Lettres), the Faculty of Law (later including Economics), the Faculty of Science, the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Theology.
MAI 68 : The biggest general strike, starting at the Sorbonne students protests against capitalism, consumerism, American imperialism, traditional institutions, values and order. 11 million workers, more than 22% of the total population of France at the time, for two continuous weeks were involved in Mai 68. It brought the entire economy of France to a virtual halt.
In 1970, following the May 1968 events, the university was divided into 13 autonomous universities. Although all the thirteen universities that resulted of the original University of Paris split can be considered its inheritors, just three universities of the post-1968 universities embodied direct faculties successors while inheriting the name “Sorbonne”, as well as its physical location in the Latin Quarter: the Pantheon-Sorbonne University (Paris I; law); University of Paris III: Sorbonne Nouvelle; and Paris-Sorbonne University (Paris IV; humanities).
Saint Thomas d’Aquin one of its teachers
In 1245, Saint Thomas d’Aquin left Italy, clerical and aristocratic privileges to teach at the Sorbonne.
He was an immensely influential philosopher, theologian, and jurist in the tradition of scholasticism, within which he is also known as the Doctor Angelicus and the Doctor Communis. He was the foremost classical proponent of natural theology and the father of Thomism.
Saint Thomas d’Aquin argued that reason is found in God
His influence on Western thought is considerable, and much of modern philosophy developed or opposed his ideas, particularly in the areas of ethics, natural law, metaphysics, and political theory. Thomas embraced several ideas put forward by Aristotle—whom he called “the Philosopher”—and attempted to synthesize Aristotelian philosophy with the principles of Christianity.
The Catholic Church honors Thomas Aquinas as a saint and regards him as the model teacher for those studying for the priesthood, and indeed the highest expression of both natural reason and speculative theology. In modern times, under papal directives, the study of his works was long used as a core of the required program of study for those seeking ordination as priests or deacons, as well as for those in religious formation and for other students of the sacred disciplines (philosophy, Catholic theology, church history, liturgy, and canon law).
A meeting of doctors at the university of Paris. From the “Chants royaux” manuscript, Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris.
The Sorbonne nowadays
Today, the Sorbonne University is a public research university, established by the merger in 2018 of Paris-Sorbonne University, Pierre et Marie Curie University, and other institutions.
50,000 students in 14 teaching and research departments, 8,000 of whom are from outside France.
At the same time, Sorbonne Universities Association was renamed to Alliance Sorbonne Université and groups the following institutions for academic cooperation such as the National Museum of Natural History established in 1635, the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique CNRS, the Pôle supérieur d’enseignement artistique of Paris Boulogne-Billancourt PSPBB, the Business School of the world INSEAD, …
- The Business School of the world INSEAD is proud to be associated with the Sorbonne University as a member of the Alliance Sorbonne Université. Its ten members have a shared vision favouring a global approach to education and research, combining the fields of the Arts, Humanities, Medicine, Science, Engineering, Technology, and Management. The diversity of the members of the Sorbonne University Alliance favours encourages a global approach to education and research. It promotes equal access to knowledge and develops numerous shared programmes and projects in degree programmes, continuous and lifelong education in all disciplines, in research and innovation, and in the diffusion of their findings.
The Sorbonne University has 3 faculties; additionally, Law is taught by Panthéon-Assas University.
- Arts & Humanities
Letters are the more ancient teachings of the Sorbonne University. Classical and Modern Letters, Archeology, Art History, Languages, Linguistics, Literature, Social Sciences such as Sociology, History, Geography, Musicology, Philosophy, Sciences of Information and Communication and the Science of Education are part of this faculty.
The Faculty of Science of Sorbonne University is a major research institution in France. It can be considered the successor in direct line to the Faculty of Science of the University of Paris. It has more than 125 laboratories, in association with the Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS). Some of its most notable institutes and laboratories include the Institut Henri Poincaré (Mathematics), Institut d’astrophysique de Paris (Astrophysics), LIP6 (Informatics / Computer Science), Institut de mathématiques de Jussieu (foundations of Mathematics, shared with University Paris-Diderot) and the Laboratoire Kastler-Brossel (Quantum Physics, shared with École Normale Supérieure).
The faculty of Medicine is located in the teaching hospitals Pitié-Salpêtrière and Saint-Antoine (the latter itself being the successor to Saint-Antoine-des-Champs Abbey).
Customizable Vacation Packages
|From taxes included|
|Unlimited exchanges to plan your trip, via 10 themes, your way, according to your budget and aspirations|
|A choice of 3 accommodation options, verified by PARIS BY EMY, according to your criteria, with photos and reviews to help you make a choice|
|"The Roadmap" in PDF, a schedule like a plan for your days and evenings, tailor-made, easy to read on smartphone|
|"The Travelogue" in PDF, a travel guide booklet, like a tourist guide, tailor-made, easy to read on smartphone|
|Welcome Meeting within Paris at your convenience - day time & place of your choice, 1 hour - from 9am to 7pm|
|Online Assistance during your visit, Monday through Friday, from 9am to 7pm|
|Permanent assistance 24/7 in case of emergency|
|Private Tour Guide* Paris in English for 1/2 Day(s), full Day(s), Evening(s), within, around or outside Paris|
|Private Tour Guide* Paris Normandy Two days|
|Private Tour Guide* Paris Champagne one day|
|Reservation made for hotel, airport chauffeur, private chauffeur for touring, museum, restaurant, opera…|
|Special Event organization such as anniversary, marriage proposal...|