The KEDGE International Summer School: Paris

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Accommodation & Other Expenses

The KEDGE campus in Paris is located near numerous hotels in Bercy Village area, walking distance from the campus.

The suggested residences in the area referenced below are safe, clean and very convenient, as they are are walking distance from the Kedge campus, they will also provide a convenient rendezvous point for activities associated with and outside of the programme. 

Residence Name Amenities Weblink
ibis Paris Bercy Village 12th Hotel Wi-Fi, A/C, private bathrooms, multiple language reception 24h, daily roomkeeping, breakfast restaurant, parking ibis Paris Bercy Village 12th Hotel Website
Hotel Kyriad Paris Bercy Wi-Fi, A/C, private bathrooms, multiple language reception 24h, daily roomkeeping, breakfast restaurant, parking Hotel Kyriad Paris Bercy Website
Aparthotel Adagio Paris Bercy Village Wi-Fi, A/C, private bathrooms, kitchenettes, laundry, multiple language reception 24h, daily roomkeeping, breakfast restaurant Aparthotel Adagio Paris Bercy Village Website

 

While KEDGE Business School is not the owner/operator of these residences and is not involved in the invoicing process, our staff are happy to help make your reservations as a courtesy service. 

Those participants who request Kedge to help ensure their reservation at the recommended residences only.

Regardless of the housing location selected, students attending our Paris Summer School programme should plan to meet at the Kedge Paris campus by their own means, and coordinate to meet at other rendezvous points during the programme. 

OTHER EXPENSES

To provide cost estimates for other expenses linked to participation during the Summer School, please see the table below:

  • Transportation: 
    • Accessing Paris may be done by flight, bus or train.
    • The two airports serving Paris are Charles de Gaulle Roissy and Paris Orly
    • High speed train (TGV) arrive and depart from Paris at the Gare du Nord, Gare de Lyon and Gare Montparnasse train stations. (contact SNCF for more information)
    • Local transportation (Bus, Tram, bicycles): 15€ per week
    • Also, online apps to use local electric scooters and bicycles
  • Meals
    • Housing with a kitchen/kitchenette will enable students to cook at home for very little cost.
    • Going out, a rough minimum estimate would be: 6-10€ pp for Breakfast, 8-10€ for Lunch, and 10-20€ for Dinner
  • Visa
    • To check visa requirements and costs, please Click Here

  • Side Excursions
    • This is entirely dependent on what the student chooses to do…
    • Paris is obviously full of historic monuments, museums and places to see.
    • Paris is also well connected via airport and rail, including low cost airlines flying directly to major European cities.  
    • In our experience, students coming from abroad often spend their weekends visiting Barcelona, Geneva, Munich, Amsterdam, Lisbon, London… 
    • Students may opt for travelers hostels (approx. 25€ per night) or hotels, AirBnB, etc.

 

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