Studying in Paris
Exploring Paris as an international student is often a memorable experience. The City of Lights, with its rich past, vibrant culture and delicious cuisine, offers a fascinating adventure to students from all over the world. Cobbled streets, elegant buildings and iconic monuments like the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre often mark the first steps of international students during their first language stay.
Once established in Paris, integrating into student life is essential to fully benefit from the experience in the capital and learn French in an ideal environment. The city is home to many prestigious universities, including the Sorbonne, Sciences Po and Pierre and Marie Curie University, where you can meet students from all over the world. The lively cafes and bars of the Quartier Latin are great places to socialize with native French speakers as well as other international students. Don’t miss opportunities to take part in exciting cultural events such as concerts, art exhibitions and festivals held regularly throughout the city. International students who choose to join renowned institutions such as the Cours de Civilisation Française de La Sorbonne will have the opportunity to develop a strong network, promoting the learning of French and the discovery of Parisian life.
Accommodation in Paris
There are various options available to students, including international students, when it comes to finding accommodation outside of university residences. You can use the Locaviz service, which will help you locate student accommodation rented by individuals. An interesting alternative is also to opt for friendly and economical apartment-sharing. As an international student, the location of your accommodation in Paris plays a determining role in the quality of your stay. Choosing a place in the heart of a dynamic neighborhood frequented by other students can really improve your experience. In addition to facilitating your learning of French, a strategic location opens the door to a deeper immersion in French culture and way of life, thanks to the numerous meeting opportunities available to you.
Living in the heart of a lively district of Paris has many advantages. First of all, proximity to other students facilitates exchange and the creation of new friendships, whether local or international. You can share your experiences, learn from each other, and this will greatly contribute to your integration into Parisian student life.