You have chosen to study in Lyon, France’s second largest city.
Did you know that Lyon regularly tops surveys of those cities in France and Europe offering the best quality of life?
Lyon’s universities and higher education institutions play host to more than 150,000 students, including around 16,000 foreign students and 5,000 doing PhDs.
France’s second most important learning and research centre, Lyon offers high quality education in all fields: life and materials sciences, human and social sciences, information and communication technologies, health, engineering sciences, library studies, arts and events management, languages and literature, architecture, business, etc.
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the city of Lyon attracts students from all over France and indeed the whole world, owing to both the renown of its seats of learning and living environment.
From the Fourvière hill to the Croix-Rousse hill, via the Presqu’ile (peninsula) district and the Rhone waterfront, to the new Confluence district, Lyon shows itself to be a multi-faceted city.
With its Festival of Lights, its Biennials of Dance and Contemporary Art, the Nuits Sonores electronic music festival , the Nuits de Fourvière performing arts festival , the Lumière film festival , the Quais du Polar crime fiction festival (http://www.quaisdupolar.com/), and so on, Lyon life is peppered with many cultural events and festivals.
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Are you looking to rent a well-equipped, furnished or unfurnished, secure apartment (from a studio to a 2-room apartment) in a private student hall of residence in Lyon?
With 8 halls of residence in Lyon and Villeurbanne, Studélites, the specialist provider of private student halls of residence with services, offers more than 1,000 accommodation units close to university buildings and local shops.