ESCE Group is an international business school. Its objective is to deliver education to those able to meet the needs of businesses involved in international trade. ESCE, a private institution, is recognised by the state as a provider.
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.
The École de Formation Professionnelle des Barreau (EFB) of the Paris Court of Appeal is the largest of the eleven professional training centres for lawyers in France. Every year, the EFB trains about half of France’s future lawyers.
It has therefore entered a partnership with Studélites to support pupils seeking accommodation.
The ISCOM institute for communications and advertising prepares students for managerial roles entailing strategic vision and operational management of the communications function within a business. Students who choose ISCOM will become part of a school that, like the communications industry itself, values rigour, professionalism, dynamism, creativity, open-mindedness, enthusiasm, and respect for teamwork.
Formed in 2005, Intercom Technologies’ expertise lies in managing high added-value projects. It supports and guides customers in their strategy to best meet market requirements. A team of experts provides monitoring and assistance at every project stage to ensure technological objectives are met.
Partialis was formed in 2000, joining the economic landscape of skills and recruitment outsourcing companies. Building on this specialisation, the firm now covers all forms of intellectual services, particularly in engineering. Partialis aims to meet the needs of domestic and foreign companies, especially as regards international and multicultural recruitment.
Founded in 1875, the Catholic University of Lyon blends respect for Christian heritage and openness to society at large. It houses five faculties, i.e. theology and religious study, philosophy and humanities, law, economics and social science, literature and language, and science. Located in a major city with international reach, close to the economic community, it is intended to be in the forefront of knowledge, change and humanisation.
Via Humanis supports the national and international geographic mobility of staff in their search for accommodation, organising the move, looking for employment for a partner, and settling into their new area.
The École Centrale Marseille is, organisationally and by virtue of its name, first and foremost an École Centrale, and thus shares entry arrangements, teaching methods, shared international relationships and, above all else, the same idea of a school graduate with other similarly-named university-level institutions in Lille, Lyon, Nantes and indeed Paris.
University-level engineering school formed in 1952 and accredited by the state in 1955, since 1976 ISBA-TP has been a separate department of the Aix-Marseille Chamber of Commerce and Industry, supervised by the French Ministry for Industry.
As a result, it has close, ongoing relationships with businesses, consultancies and audit firms.
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.
ESPCI Paris Tech both an original “grande école” university-level engineering institution, an internationally-renowned research centre and a fertile breeding-ground for industrial innovation.
Established in 1882, ESPCI is an archetypical French outstanding model of excellence, and a founder member of ParisTech in 1991 and the Paris Sciences et Lettres research consortium in 2010.
La Ruche school of design and visual communication in Paris has been delivering higher education in the creative arena for 35 years - graphic design, interior design, web design and product design.
ISMaPP, the higher institute of public management and policy, provides education for careers in national and local government departments, the public sector, political PR and European lobbying.
Established in 1997, ISMaPP is a benchmark for public-sector employers.
École 42 is a private IT school that opened in July 2013. The education delivered is based on the changes brought about by the internet. It does not issue qualifications, but focuses on advanced programming skills and a capacity to innovate, see and think differently. The school’s name alludes to The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams.
Since 1972, the ESPI real estate business school, founded as a charitable institution at the instigation of property professionals, offers higher education for a vast range of careers in this essential arm of the economy. ESPI works in close conjunction with professional organisations and businesses, ensuring a perfect match between educational and professional requirements. Its teaching is constantly updated to reflect new legal, tax, financial and technical factors.
The ENGDE accountancy school was formed in 1965 by a group of accountants. It has since trained thousands of professional bookkeepers and accountants. The quality of its teaching and effectiveness of educational materials mean that ENGDE delivers both general and specialist education, thereby combining professionalism and the needs of the working environment.
Established in 1982, Monde Sans Frontière (meaning “world without borders”) organises every aspect of your stay in France. The travel agency is in direct daily contact with all providers and offers quick, flexible services at very competitive prices.
The aim of Paris Business College is to provide students from around the world with the skills they need to prosper in the world of international business. The international teaching staff, mainly North American lecturers, delivers both quality and flawless teaching in English. An international mind-set is passed on putting each student in an ideal position for their future career.
Formed on 8 June 1995, the police union, Alliance Police Nationale, has over 30,000 members. Very much endorsing the institutions of the French Republic, the national police code of conduct and the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, the organisation protects the moral and professional interests of police officers responsible for keeping public order and investigations.
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 IFP school offers applied graduate programmes, providing students and young professionals from all over the world with education in the fields of energy meeting the needs of industry and the demands of society with a particular emphasis on sustainability and innovation.
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.
The aim of the Valence students’ association is to meet students’ growing wish to build a community with a shared mindset to invigorate a fast-expanding new arm of the university.
It has managed to diversify its services to meet the multiplying needs of students, especially in terms of accommodation. Hence the partnership with Studélites.
Since it was formed for the 2005-06 season, AS Valence football club has intended to boost football and its future in Valence. Thanks to various financial aids and the unswerving commitment of staff and partners, AS Valence continues to develop its plans.
You are a student or a young worker ? BNP Paribas helps you to find accommodation that suits your lifestyle. In addition, you get benefits: € 150 discount on your Studélites's fees, your home insurance offered 1 year (within the limit of € 74 corresponding to a studio or T1), 2 year banking services (Visa , Net access payment insurance).
This child protection organisation is an independent, non-denominational registered charity. Formed in 1948 at the instigation of the French public prosecutor, it works in the area of child protection, criminal justice for minors and integration through economic activity.
The aim of the Cercle des Eleves de l’ESISAR students group is to promote the ESISAR advanced networks and systems school within the INP (Grenoble Institute of Technology), maintain an internal dynamic through clubs, organise extra-curricular activities, encourage initiatives and develop relations with other schools in the INP and Valence.
The Rhône-Alpes football league is the second largest in France with 190,000 registered players at 1,400 clubs. It has seven districts, i.e. Ain, Isère, Drôme-Ardèche, Loire, Rhône, Savoie et Haute-Savoie Pays de Gex, which are the 8 départements in the Rhône-Alpes region.