Student Housing In Paris
Living in Paris means living in one of the most beautiful cities in the world. But many university students discover that student housing in Paris can be a very difficult task. That is why Schiller International University has started a partnership with the Fondation des Etats-Unis, the American residence at the Cité Internationale Universitaire. We have booked rooms exclusively for Schiller students at the residence so that you don’t have to worry about accommodation.
The International University City (Cité Internationale Universitaire) is a genuine college campus in the heart of the Paris, a green haven in the center of a dense urban fabric. You will have the chance to live at an inspiring place that has many different colleges and has a certain Hogwarts feel to it. Students will have the possibility to use the restaurant, the cafeteria, the libraries and sports facilities of the University City, which is located just 15 minutes away from our Paris Campus.
You choose to share a space with other international students, you may have your own room, apartment, or live with in a local family home. No matter your preference, Schiller’s Student Services staff are here to help you every step of the way.
Since all classes are held on campus we strongly recommend you a place to live in Paris . The public transport in Paris is very efficient so you are not restricted to live in the 15th district.
Rent varies according to the type of accommodations you live in. You can expect to pay at minimum around €600 per month for a room in a house which is shared, or a small studio. Rental expenses vary district to district, but are often more affordable if you if live in one of the nearby suburbs.
Our Student Services staff will make contact with you prior to your arrival in Paris. They will work with you to find accommodations that suits you and your budget.
The Paris campus was delighted to welcome parents, families and friends to the 53rd commencement ceremony of Schiller International University April 28th. Paris graduation ceremony 2017 was celebrated in the Washington ball room at our partner institution, Cercle France-Amériques, a cohort of Schiller. Paris students were awarded diplomas and recognition for their achievement, such as with our traditional René Cassin and International Business Awards.
Magna Cum Laude, Golden Key member and Valedictorian Peter Aguilar (MBA) gave a memorable speech as did Professors Jean Studzinska and Brigitte Beauzamy. Schiller Paris was honored to have as special Guest of Honor, His Excellency, Dr.Khalid Bin Mohammad Al Ankary, Ambassador of Saudi Arabia in France and former Minister of Higher Education. Thank you.
Here’s wishing the best of luck to our new alumni!
Paris Graduation Ceremony 2017 Pictures
Join us for another edition of Apero & Petanque ! Let’s meet in place Dauphine (at the west end of the
Ile de la Cité) May 24th at 5pm for the traditional French game followed by drinks.
We also have a Facebook page dedicated to the event.
Back to homepage.
Already got your degree? Then join our Alumni Network. Through our Schiller Alumni Network, we welcome the opportunity to connect, share, and hear from our thousands of alumni, many of whom are leading and driving success for a wide variety of companies around the world.
Schiller Paris Campus Director, Dr. James Brown, made a courtesy call to the Lycée français Charles de Gaulle of London on December 9th. Dr. Brown met with the guidance counselor office on Parent/Teacher day.
The Lycée français, located in South Kensington, is well-situated in a block of French cultural establishments such as the Institut français and is right near Hyde Park and many museums. Ninety percent of the lycée’s students are French nationals many of whom are keen to maintain their high-level of proficiency in English and study in France: Schiller Paris offers them the best of both worlds!
Interested in SIU Paris campus? Find out more!
A New York Times article by Paul Hockenos in the Education section of Nov. 2, 2016 featured Schiller International University in a survey of Study Abroad options for Bachelor’s programs. The author highlights SIU network of five campuses in five countries, and the true international setting this implies.
Need more details about getting your undergraduate degree abroad?
Our Madrid campus has a Post where we explain benefits and advantages of choosing this path to college.