Study in Paris

How about getting a business education in one of the top travel destinations in France? Melancholy mists of the Seine River, fashionable Champs-Élysées, wide tree-lined avenues, nightlight charm of the Louvre Museum, and romantic moments next to the Eiffel Tower … You are right, we are talking about Paris, the perfect place for your business studies in France!


Paris campus

KEDGE Paris campus is located in the heart of the French capital in the exceptional Lumière Building, one of Paris' largest ecosystems and a bustling business hub, to enhance accessibility and collaboration with local businesses. Spread across two floors within the 135,000m2 building, it offers outstanding facilities including catering areas, sports facilities, and co-working spaces. The campus prioritizes modularity, flexibility, connectivity, and user-friendliness to create an innovative learning environment. With a focus on executive education and top-tier programmes, it collaborates with major companies like Natixis and Société Générale. Accessible via public transport, the campus is designed to provide an exceptional educational experience in the heart of Paris. Find out more

Student accomodation in Paris

Paris is the capital and most populous city of France. Known for its rich culture, culinary delights, and academic excellence, Paris attracts students from around the world, offering a vibrant student life and unparalleled study experience; each of its 20 different arrondissements offers its unique ambiance and way of life. It may be challenging for international students to find housing and decide on a location. From the historic Latin Quarter with its charming streets to the trendy Marais district known for its vibrant atmosphere, international students can find housing to suit their preferences and budgets. Areas like Belleville and République-Bastille offer moderate rents and excellent public transport links, while Pigalle and Oberkampf cater to night owls with their lively nightlife scenes. Despite being the most expensive student city in France, Paris provides various accommodation options, from studios to shared flats, catering to different budgetary needs. Sharing a flat is a popular choice among students, fostering social connections while reducing costs. More information abour accomodation

Arrival and integration assistance

From Charles de Gaulle Airport, travelers have several transportation options to reach the city centre. Booking an airport transfer service offers convenience, with drivers waiting at arrival terminals to ensure a smooth journey. Taxis provide a quick commute, while the RER B train offers an economical option to reach central Paris. The Roissybus provides a direct bus service, while budget-conscious travelers may consider taking local buses, with affordable fares to reach Paris. For late-night arrivals, Noctilien buses provide service to Gare de l’Est. Similarly, from Orly Airport, travelers have various transportation choices, including transfer services, taxis, RER trains, Orlyval, Orlybus, and local buses, ensuring a smooth transition to the city centre.

The International Student Office and Student Office collaborate to aid the integration of international students among French newcomers by organising cultural and school activities year-round. The KEDGE team is readily available to assist you upon arrival, during orientation sessions, and throughout your stay in France. We offer support and guidance on various matters, including banking, utilities, transportation, mobile services, and housing. For further information, feel free to contact us via email.

Student life in Paris

Student life in Paris is vibrant and diverse, making it an exciting place to study. With a perfect cultural score, the city boasts renowned museums and historic landmarks, enriching the study experience. Supported by the city's town hall, student associations thrive. Paris, home to over 2 million residents and 12 million in the metropolitan area, hosts a significant international student population across 42 universities and 55 grandes écoles. Despite its reputation for luxury, Paris offers budget-friendly experiences, including free visits to iconic sites like the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame Cathedral. Its youthful energy extends into nightlife, with various venues catering to different tastes, from trendy clubs to laid-back bars. Oberkampf, Bastille, and Belleville are popular party hubs, reflecting Paris's dynamic atmosphere. The city offers a comprehensive transportation system, including the Metro, RER and Transilien trains, city buses, tramways, Noctiliens for night service, ensuring convenient travel within the city and its suburbs 24/7. Overall, Paris provides a rich tapestry of academic, cultural, and social experiences, making it a top choice for students worldwide.

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Handbook 2022 - Paris - International Students (PDF - 1.8 MB)