As Sciences Po Lille does not have a campus, it cannot provide housing for incoming international students.
Thankfully, there is a very easy solution !
If you have been in search of off-campus student housing in Gainesville, Florida, you may have found similar properties in the area with similar amenities and policies. For the fall of 2016 however, there are new student housing solutions available.
We have a private platform allowing our students to find an accommodation close to our campus.
You are a future international student of Sciences Po Lille, use the university housing platform on which you will be able to:
● Find a rental close to the campus
● Find your international or French roommate(s) and form shared rentals
● Find a room in a French family
Thousands of accommodations from private owners, halls of residence, real estate agencies, or rooms in private homes, are available close to Sciences Po Lille.
You will receive a code to log into the platform after you received your letter of admission.
Don’t hesitate to contact Emmanuel Buteau
The concept of this platform is for outgoing students to sublet their room for a short period of time to incoming students.
This website is free to use and it operates on a full student-to-student basis
If you want to be supported during the all process !
LivinLille is a full International student housing services that helps you before and during your stay ! Our team of flat hunters are going to find the place you need. Private studio,Flatshare with other Internationals or locals, guesthouse and much more. We also help you through administrative procedures so that you can enjoy your exchange in Lille. Get transport card, legal advice, the tour of the neighborhood with one of our city managers, etc... http://www.livinlille.com
What is the CROUS? For higher education in France the Centre régional des œuvres universitaires et scolaires (CROUS) is a regional organisation providing student bursaries, university halls of residence, foreign students reception, student cultural activities, and student cafeterias.
If you are about to die, please do note you can contact the Bureau des Internationaux (some local students who organize themselves to help you: firstname.lastname@example.org), they should be able and happy to give you relevant advices.
Living in Lille
France’s fourth-largest metropolis, an international crossroad and a dynamic economic center, Lille is also renowned for being a “City of Art and History.” In 2004, it was designated to be the European Capital of Culture.
Lille’s proximity to Paris, Brussels, London, Amsterdam and Cologne places it at the crossroads of northwestern Europe. The city is a prime tourist destination, and is recognized for its friendly environment, preserved historic heritage, and thriving cultural life as illustrated by its prestigious museums (Lille Fine Arts Museum, the Louvre-Lens Museum just 30km from the city) and large selection of shows, concerts and more.
Lille is a young and vibrant city. Its research laboratories and numerous schools and universities draw nearly 160,000 students to the city every year. Lille also has a vast public transportation network: an international airport just 10 km away providing service to more than 60 national and international destinations, TGV train service, subway and bus systems, and bike lanes throughout the city!
To learn more, you can visit the Tourism and Culture Office website.