Our schools are located in 14 different cities and campuses, all established in main French dynamic city centers, offering easy access to a rich social and cultural life, as well as the regional business environment.
Studying in France also means discovering the French “art de vivre”, which offers many cultural, historical, intellectual and entertainment options. With countless cafés and bookstores, more than 2,000 cinemas, 1,200 museums, and 30,000 theatrical performances*, give yourself the opportunity to live the French way of life for a semester, a year or your entire studies.
France’s location within Europe and efficient transportation system, will also allow you to discover other neighboring countries easily, and enhance your experience with a European touch.
Live a shaping and life experience, from a personal and a professional standpoint, starting now.
A très bientôt !
The International Relations Offices provide support and services for all international students, degree-seeking or exchange students, as well as for students willing to study abroad among one of our partner universities.
The office members are all culturally sensitive and serve all campus units’ international population through advising, and by providing visa and immigration support as well as housing assistance.
*Source Campus France
Housing Assistance for Students
In France, students of all nationalities may apply for government housing assistance. France is the only country in Europe to offer this benefit.
HOUSING, FOOD, TRANSPORTATION
Just like French students, international students are eligible to apply for housing assistance under a system set up to deal with the relatively high cost of housing in France.
Assistance amounts are computed case by case, based on the rental amount and the student's resources. The benefit is not automatic or assured.
If you intend to apply for student housing assistance, make sure meet the following conditions. You must:
- Be in possession of your lodgings and can provide your address and the amount of your rent.
- Be enrolled in the mandatory student health insurance plan.
- Have a bank account in France, as housing assistance is deposited directly into beneficiaries' bank accounts.
If you are sharing a house or apartment with a group of students, all members of the group may apply for assistance, provided their names appear on the rental contract (lease). Each student must apply individually. Married couples submit just one application.
Applications for assistance must be completed on the Web site of the family assistance fund (CAF, Caisse d'allocation familiale) within 3 months of taking possession of your lodgings.