Welcome to Bordeaux, one of the top 10 student cities in France. With its history, culture, renowned universities and bustling streets, Bordeaux is undoubtedly a great choice. But the question is: where should you stay to get the most out of the city? As close as possible to your university or the city centre? In shared accommodation or in the peace and quiet of your own place? And as for activities, would you rather walk among the vineyards or unusual architecture? This article will help you choose the YouFirst Campus student residence in Bordeaux and the surrounding areas that’s perfect for you.
When you begin your studies in higher education, you must be covered by a health insurance scheme, so you can receive health and social care while you’re a student. What steps do I need to take? What are my rights? What is a Carte Vitale? We’ll tell you everything you need to know!
Looking to rent student accommodation? Whether you are living independently or sharing, your property owner may require a guarantor. What exactly is a guarantor? How do I find one? We’re here to help clear things up and answer any questions you may have.
If you’re moving in to a YouFirst Campus residence soon and would you like to give your budget a bit of a boost, you should be aware that the CAF (Caisse d’Allocations Familiales — family allowance fund) can help you financially throughout your studies, whether you are a French or international student. There are different types of aid, conditions you need to meet to claim it and documents you need to provide, so here’s all the information you need to make paying your rent easier.
Found your future home? Make the most of your YouFirst Campus customer account to help you settle in and enjoy your new-found independence. Everything you need for daily YouFirst Campus life at your fingertips: finding practical information, getting quick support, sending documents and more. How handy is that?
With your first apartment, you’re starting a new chapter in your life and you have a million things to think about. Home insurance is just one of them. It’s an essential requirement, and even a legal obligation if you’re renting. But why is home insurance so important? And what exactly does it cover? We’re here to tell you the basics you need to know when choosing a solution that suits your needs on this new journey.
Is your future school in Ivry or Paris? Well, luckily for you, the new YouFirst Campus Ivry will open its doors for the start of the of 2021 academic year. Just five kilometres from the centre of Paris, this brand new, modern and stylish student residence is located in a booming neighbourhood.
The new academic year is approaching and the right apartment can help you make the most of your student life. So, you’ll want to look for one that meets all your needs and fits your lifestyle. Do you need help understanding what the living spaces behind the descriptions are actually like? Studio, one-bedroom, two-room, large apartment, shared apartment… Let us guide you through the different types of apartment that YouFirst Campus offers !
With a wealth of experience in the hospitality sector, he is much more than just a residence manager. Meet François Seret, the passionate YouFirst Manager of YouFirst Campus Lille, and hear what he had to say about the young customers he looks after.
No matter where they come from, be it all over France, Spain, Italy, Morocco, USA or China, most of our residents have just left their family home and are heading out on their own for the first time. A new city, a new life, a sense of adventure and dreams to fulfil. Students from our YouFirst Campus residences in Marseille, Paris and Pessac share their experiences…
For new students, finding an apartment is often the first step towards independence. This challenging but exciting adventure can begin when you have clear ideas about your expectations and the obstacles you might face.
So before you start looking for a student let, have you asked yourself the right questions?