Meeting with 5 students in exile hosted at Dauphine

On the International Migrants Day, the university reaffirms its commitment to welcoming student refugees.

For the start of the 2022-2023 academic year, more than fifty students in exile have been integrated into the university, including 39 nationals from Ukraine.

For several years, Dauphine has been working to welcome students in exile with a proactive policy. Faced with the emergency of the war in Ukraine, the university has created a second University Diploma (DU) Passerelle, a course designed to encourage the learning of French (level A1/A2) and socio-professional integration, via dedicated mentoring and support, to enable these displaced students to continue their studies in French higher education, in the continuity of those they had undertaken in Ukraine.

Find out more about the creation of the second DU Passerelle

Listen to the stories of Borys, Karina, Liubov, Richard (refugees from Ukraine) and Marwan (refugee from Sudan), who have joined Université Paris Dauphine - PSL in 2022. They tell us about their lives, their university studies, from their native country to today at Dauphine, and share their hopes for the future.