Parsons Paris

  • Campus Status

    French authorities have announced in an official communication that international students will be allowed to travel to France, regardless of their countries of origin, and that visa applications will be processed as a priority. The communication noted that due to the improved health situation in the country, as related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and in accordance with European Commission recommendations, France will lift restrictions on travel from European Union countries starting June 15. Regarding countries outside the Schengen Area, the announcement said that France will progressively open its borders for travel from these regions from July 1, depending on the sanitary situation of these countries. For more details, we encourage you to visit this official website which will be regularly updated by French authorities.

    While travel restrictions related to COVID-19 continue to evolve around the world, we encourage you to check the official French website that we shared with you, as well as your country’s travel advisory, regarding visa requirements, immigration documents and other updates relevant to your nationality. 

    The school's administrative team remains available to support students, staff and faculty for any questions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Admission Information

    Our admissions team is mobilized and continues to work with Fall 2020 applicants. Please see the COVID-19 Updates and Frequently Asked Questions on our New Student Information page if you have questions about how COVID-19 affects you as a prospective or admitted student, and visit our Admission Events page to learn more about Parsons Paris from videos, virtual tours and upcoming webinars.

    Fall 2020 Incoming Students

    As the university continues to follow guidance from government and health officials, we are offering a hybrid first semester program to facilitate your academic year, wherever you may be and until you arrive at our Parsons Paris campus. Please read more about Fall 2020 curriculum modifications, scheduling and organization.