Grenoble - there is nowhere nicer to study. In 2013, the main town in the département of Isère smoothly hit top spot in the L’Etudiant/L’Express rankings of towns and cities where living as a student is best. This may be one of reasons why you chose Grenoble to take your course.
Grenoble appeals by virtue of the quality of its universities, the range of course available, the atmosphere, culture, sport, and so on.
The University of Grenoble has some 60,000 students, including more than 7,200 international students covering 180 different nationalities, spread across six institutions:
A lively and festive city centre, with no fewer than 140 bars, cafés and brasseries for a population of 100,000 people, wide open spaces no distance away, surrounded by mountains - just some of the aspects to its appeal.
You can alternate; weekdays on campus, then a weekend on the ski slopes, hiking or climbing. While in the evenings, you can take in a concert at Le Summum (http://www.alpexpo.com/salle-de-concert-grenoble.html) or La Bobine (http://www.labobine.net/). It’s impossible not to find something to do to relax in Grenoble after a hard day’s studying.
I looked for a hall close to my school. The fact this one is recently built and offers services as well as furnished accommodation...
Mathilde, 19 years, student at Grenoble management school.
Are you looking to rent a well-equipped, furnished and secure apartment (studio, 1-room, extra large 1-room or 2-room apartment) in a private student hall of residence in Grenoble?
The six Studélites private halls of residence offer very functional and comfortable accommodation for students, interns/trainees or young workers in an excellent environment in the centre of Grenoble or in the immediate vicinity of the university campus.