The Catholic University of Paris (ICP)

Founded in 1875, the Catholic University of Paris (Institut Catholique de Paris – ICP) is the inheritor of the Medieval Liberal Arts Colleges and lies in the tradition of the Sorbonne, the oldest academic institution in France. ICP is renowned for its excellence in core academic fields such as Theology, Philosophy and Canon Law that serve as a basis for the development of Humanities and Social sciences, where Education, Ethics and Anthropology are well represented. As a non-for-profit Association pursuant to French Law of 1901, recognised as Promoting the Public interest, its unique Research Unit “Religion, Culture and Society” is fully recognised by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research.