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Franco-German mobility strengthened

The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the Paris-Sorbonne University have signed contracts to boost researcher exchange and move the DAAD’s French branch to the university.

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The branch has been moved several times since its creation more than 50 years ago; at the moment it is situated at the German Historical Institute in Paris’s Marais quarter.

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