Students have a large choice of options to stay in France including individual renting, flat sharing, subletting: all three of these options have something in common: the obligation to establish a lease with a private owner.
Other housing opportunities may fit students including public and private university residences, homestay and intergenerational housing.
Generally located nearby the campus, private students’ residences feature furnished rooms and studios, generally well-equipped. Private buildings designed for students are found in most large cities.
Most have been built in recent years to compensate for the shortage of university housing. Rents range from €600 to €700 per month in Paris and from €350 to €550 elsewhere.
Homestays allow students to make considerable progress in French as well as adapt to and understand the French culture and way of life. Homestays are also the only way to meet French people and better understand the country.
Furthermore, students are freed from all the material constraints they would have if they chose to look for accommodation on their own.
We also offer multiple short term accomodation options, please contact us directly by email for more information.