Close to Grenoble university campus, the city centre and the shops, the Tivoli private student hall of residence provides modern, comfortable furnished and well-equipped student accommodation (studio flats).
This recently-built hall of residence, with mountain views, offers an ideal environment for studying.
It enjoys good public transport services (tram line C and bus 41 almost outside the building).
Young workers in an internship, work placement or on work secondment or assignment can stay at the Tivoli hall of residence in Grenoble for a period lasting from one to several months. Take a look at the short-stay package and make your life easier!
Description of a typical apartment:
Come to view our Tivoli student accommodation in Grenoble during our standard opening hours.
+33 (0)4 38 37 11 26
Monday to Friday:
10.00 a.m. – 12 noon / 2.00 p.m. – 7.00 p.m.
Bus 41 (Grenoble Verdun – Préfecture / Domène): Flandrin–Valmy bus stop
Tram line C (Condillac Universities / Le Prisme): Flandrin–Valmy stop
About 15 minutes to Grenoble university campus.
About 15 minutes to Grenoble city centre.
About 15 minutes to the cinema.
About 10 minutes to Paul Mistral park.
About 25 minutes to the Grenoble IEP institute of political studies.
Close to D1090 which joins the A41 motorway.
The ASIIJ is a free drop-in centre, open to all, offering information, support and guidance on subjects affecting young people.
The partnership between ADIIJ and Studélites aims to boost access to housing for students in the Grenoble urban district.
France Etudes Assistance is an organisation formed to support African students wishing to study in France. The organisation is an effective solution to all such students’ concerns by looking after all or part of the administrative requirements, from the first application to study in France until they return home, and including enrolment issues, accommodation and help with administration requirements on arriving in France.
The EN3S is a national publicly-funded administrative unit supervised by the French Ministry for Social Affairs and Health. It has two main aims, namely to contribute to a high level of professionalism in managing public-sector social welfare bodies by recruiting and training senior management, and to promote social welfare organisation and job roles In France and internationally.
A major player in research, development and innovation, the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission is active in four main areas, namely low-carbon energies (nuclear and renewables), information technologies and health technologies, large research infrastructures, and defence and global security.
The CEA and Studélites have joined forces to create synergies between their respective organisations as regards accommodation for CEA staff.
Want to become a partner? Do not hesitate to contact us .