It is important to take care of accommodation as soon as possible as there is a
very high demand for student housing in Paris, that’s why it is difficult to
find a place to live.
SKEMA Business School accompanies its future and current students in their
accommodation search via its Housing Service,
via the YEP (Your Education portal) for continuing
via our housing platform to get access to various offers: http://housing.skema.edu/
via Studapart’s Housing Programme, an all-in-one accommodation service available exclusively to registered SKEMA students, Subscribers get a personal “Home Switcher” who will take care of finding the accommodation you want help you sort out all the necessary papers to then rent and move in to your chosen accommodation.
If you need individualized and customised assistance, contact us at
Students wishing to live in university residences in Paris may make a
request a few months before the start of the school year. Start your search from
the following list: List of
residences near SKEMA campus.
SOLUTIONS WHILE WAITING: TEMPORARY
PREPARING YOUR ACCOMMODATION
A guarantor: a person or organisation which may
guarantee the payment of the rent and any bills in case of default on your
part. Their financial resources must correspond to three times the amount of
Many of them exist in and around Paris. Agency fees, a guarantor and three
months’ rent are usually required.
Host family or accommodation owned by a private
You may be put up by French families selected by organisations (please see
- 101, boulevard Raspail - 75270
Paris Cedex 06
Tel: +33 (0)1 42 84 90 00
(many offers are proposed in exchange for a little work but
it is required to own an Alliance Française student card)
CROUS Accommodation Service -
39, avenue Georges Bernanos 75005 Paris
Tel: +33 (0)1 40 51 62 00
CROUS Paris has only a limited number of places available in student accommodation. it gives priority to grant-holding students who have already successfully completed two years in higher education, and for a maximum stay of three years.
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