Amandine, 20 years,
student at the TAIM school of advanced information and media techniques.My flat is great, as is the hall. Everything is very well maintained. It’s very pleasant to live in a place that suits me so well.
Malek, 20 years,
student at ESTACA engineering schoolI can do everything on foot from the Cambridge hall - go to lectures, do my shopping and I can still go swimming regularly at the pool.
Amélie, 22 years,
archeology and art history masters’ student at the Sorbonne.I wanted to live in Paris not just to be close to uni but also the city’s museums and cultural venues. The hall is in the ideal location for me, close to the national library.
Jules, 19 years,
intern.Le Capitole hall of residence is very clean and well maintained. My studio flat is in perfect condition and I like the furniture.”
Astrid, 38 years,
researcher on secondment in Grenoble at Synchrotron.Studélites is an excellent solution for short-stay furnished accommodation. The bonus is that there’s a gym!
Mathilde, 19 years,
student at Grenoble management school.I looked for a hall close to my school. The fact this one is recently built and offers services as well as furnished accommodation was the decisive factor.
Ludovic, 21 years,
student at Paris Descartes faculty of law.The hall of residence and the neighbourhood are recently- built. It’s nice to be in a furnished apartment in perfect condition.
Mélanie, 22 years,
student at the IFSI nurse training institute.I chose this hall in Châtillon because some friends had moved in and were very happy with the services. I recommend it. The atmosphere is really good!
Emilie, 21 years,
Law and Political Studies student at Montesquieu University The hall is brand new, so everything’s flawless, in perfect condition. It really is an ideal place to study.
Manuel, 24 years,
INSEEC masters’ studentI chose a hall on the right bank of Bordeaux, which is easier for me to reach, being from Angoulême. I’m about 10 minutes in the car from INSEEC where I’m studying, and in the city centre in no time to go out with friends.
Audrey, 21 years,
classical literature student at Louis-Lumière Lyon 2 University.The Part-Dieu neighbourhood is very nice and lively. The hall is in a good location and pleasant to live in.
Corentin, 19 years,
law student on the Manufacture des Tabacs site, Jean-Moulin Lyon 3 University.I’m sharing a duplex with my sister, a student at Lyon 2 uni. It’s practical. My parents are comforted to know we are in a safe, high quality hall of residence.
Coline, 20 years,
biology student at Claude Bernard Lyon 1 UniversityI like living in this hall and my furnished flat. The atmosphere is good, you’re never alone.
Julien, 19 years,
student at Lyon 1 IUT University Institute of TechnologyI like living in a student hall where services such as the gym* and laundrette* are available pay-as-you-go. I can pick and choose.
Anastasia, 20 years,
étudiante à Polytech Lyon.Résidence top, très bien située. Mon appartement est parfaitement agencé et les meubles à mon goût
Kevin, 21 years,
student at INSA National Institute for Applied Sciences.Several friends have already tried out this hall and were hugely satisfied with it. I in turn would recommend Studélites Dufy hall of residence without hesitation.”
Fanny, 21 years,
étudiante à l’Ense3 (école d’ingénieurs de l’énergie, l’eau et l’environnement. Résidente aux Studélites Gauguin à GrenobleI chose this student hall for its closeness to the campus. I would still recommend for that reason but also for the great atmosphere it has.
Tristan, 20 years,
student in the maths faculty.I’ve moved from being a lodger to a furnished apartment in a serviced hall of residence. I didn’t want to be by myself. The gym is a massive plus for me.
Julie, 21 years,
modern literature student at Stendhal University, Valence.This is my second Studélites hall after Tivoli in Grenoble. I liked everything - the flat, the atmosphere, and the services. I signed up again as it’s a safe bet.
Tom, 19 years,
law student at Pierre Mendès-France University, ValenceA furnished flat is the easy solution. Studélites offers impeccable, well-equipped accommodation.
Anouck, 22 years,
student at the EPSAA city of Paris School of graphic design and architecture.I opted for simplicity - EPSAA is on the same street as the Studélites hall of residence, practically opposite the Ivry contemporary art centre!
Martin, 20 years,
student at Pierre and Marie Curie University.About 5 minutes in the metro from Paris and less than half an hour from my university, the hall is in a quiet street right in the middle of Ivry-sur-Seine. I really appreciate the “village” feel to the place.
Alix, 20 years,
human and social sciences student at Grenoble’s Joseph Fourier UniversityI wanted a furnished and well-equipped apartment right beside the university. As a bonus, the atmosphere is great. It’s superb.
Bruno, 21 years,
modern literature student at Stendhal-Grenoble 3 UniversityThere is almost a family atmosphere here. We share more than just a student hall and I really appreciate that.
Alex, 21 years,
student at the School of Advanced Systems and Networks (ESISAR at Grenoble INP)The pay-as-you-go tennis court and gym are a good combination for sporting types like me. Great hall and a great atmosphere
Théa, 20 years,
student at Valence ESC Business SchoolI have been sharing a duplex for two years with my sister who is studying at Stendhal University. It’s cheaper for my parents. We chose this quiet hall together.
Adeline, 23 years,
student at the IFSI nurse training institute, Stell university hospital.The hall is very well maintained, which is an important factor for me. Living here feels good.”
Alexandre, 21 years,
post-grad student at the IFP School Institute of French Petroleum (formerly ENSPM).My school, the IFP, is about 10 minutes from the hall. I have no regrets choosing L’Aiglon in Rueil-Malmaison. It’s a really nice town, and I’m close to shops, public transport and nature.”
Charlotte, 21 years,
psychology student at Bron, Louis-Lumière Lyon 2 University.I chose this hall for its location. I wanted to be less than 30 minutes by public transport from the Bron campus, while living in Lyon itself.
Xavier, 24 years,
medical student at Laënnec faculty of medicine, Lyon 1 University.I appreciate the services included in the accommodation charges. It’s invaluable when you’re concentrating on studying.
Clément, 20 years,
student at Maisons-Alfort veterinary collegeThe extra large 1-room apartment I am renting is very well laid out. Good use is made of the space and, unlike other furnished flats I viewed, the furniture is modern and nice. It’s a good room for studying.
Léa, 19 years,
student at Créteil Vitry IUTIt is reassuring to have a hall manager. An attentive ear and, importantly, someone who is always willing to help us.
Amandine, 22 years,
speech therapy student at Jussieu faculty of medicineI wanted a furnished studio flat to the west of Paris so I could meet my boyfriend, who lives and works in Rouen, every weekend. Having a furnished and well-equipped apartment is very practical. No need to buy new furniture and end up with two of everything in future.
Hadrien, 23 years,
Iberian and Latin American Studies masters’ student at the SorbonneI have always shared before now. I wanted a place on my own, but not completely. In this student hall of residence, you don’t feel isolated.
Claire, 21 years,
student at Paris Institute of Political Studies.I think this hall, with its facade decorated with terracotta tiles and its large window, is very appealing. It’s changed the image I had of student halls of residence.
Marine, 22 years,
applied foreign languages student at the Sorbonne.Clean, bright and perfectly well-equipped, my studio flat is really a very pleasant place to live. I would recommend this hall without hesitating.
Frédéric, 32 years,
employee.I rented a studio for 6 months in Le Garibaldi A hall of residence which was a few minutes’ walk from the company where I was working on an assignment. An excellent solution for a mid-length stay.
Olivia, 23 years,
student at the ESRA Paris film school.I booked my accommodation online without viewing it. I have not been disappointed - Studélites matches the description. No unpleasant surprises. Excellent value for money.
Amandine, 19 years,
student at Paris Institute of Political Studies.Close to Paris but in a quiet area, this Studélites hall is really ideal for studying.
Antoine, 20 years,
student at Paris Institute of Political Studies.The hall is recently built and well located, close to RER line C and the metro. I’m about half an hour by public transport from the Paris Institute of Political Studies.
Franck, 22 years,
student at École Supérieure Montsouris.The hall is really well maintained, it’s good living here. The communal areas are pleasant and friendly. And I’m a 500 metre walk from my school.
Lucille, 24 years,
masters’ student at the École Centrale engineering schoolWhen looking for a studio to rent, I concentrated my search on furnished flats in the 14th arrondissement of Paris. I like the atmosphere in this district, and it’s close to the Paris École Centrale where I’m studying.
Anne, 33 years,
consultant on assignmentI needed furnished accommodation for a 3-month assignment. I didn’t want to go to a hotel. I found the perfect solution, close to my employer.”
Marco, 19 years,
student at INSEEC school of advertising.My studio with a balcony is very well laid out. Ideal for decent studying. I also like the hustle and bustle of the neighbourhood right in Paris itself.
Sui, 22 years,
student at Paris-La Villette National School of Architcture.The hall was recommended by former students at the Paris school of architecture. It would be hard to find a better placed apartment, as it’s nearly opposite the school.
Laurent, 38 years,
employee.Originally from Caen, I accepted a 3-month consultancy assignment for a company based in Issy-les-Moulineaux. I rented a well-equipped and furnished Studélites studio flat for this period.
Michaël, 26 years,
trainee production assistant, ESRA film school, Paris.I am training as a production assistant at the ESRA film school for 7 months. I needed furnished accommodation close to the school, which is in Paris’ 15th arrondissement, for this period of time.
Baptiste, 21 years,
student at the ESPCI Paris School of Physical and Chemical Engineering.The Montrouge place, as we call it between ourselves, is reserved exclusively for students at ESPCI, which creates a special atmosphere. It’s very nice.
Malik, 20 years,
student at the ESPCI Paris School of Physical and Chemical Engineering.I found the details for the Portes d’Orléans hall directly on the ESPCI website which recommended 3 Studélites halls. I asked for the one nearest to the school. The furnished apartments are very comfortable.
Alice, 19 years,
student at the Ile-de-France music teacher training centre.The hall is about a quarter of an hour on foot from my school. My studio is furnished perfectly. I can also go to the gym. It’s all good!
Marine, 20 years,
law and political studies student at Paris X-Nanterre UniversityI like being within easy reach of Paris without the permanent hustle and bustle of the capital. I’m 2 RER stops from uni and about 15 minutes from Paris.
Armel, 21 years,
economics student at Paris X-Nanterre University.On arriving, I found my studio clean and functional. The equipment and services are really useful. I can recommend this Studélites hall.
Fanny, 20 years,
human and social sciences student at Paris X-Nanterre University.It’s a busy area and having controlled access to the hall is reassuring. The hall manager is available in the mornings and afternoons. The atmosphere between residents is friendly!
Elise, 21 years,
pharmacy student at Châtenay-Malabry faculty of pharmacy.I think it’s great to have not just a gym, but also a common room where we meet up regularly. The hall offers high quality services, ideal for hassle-free studying.
Jules, 20 years,
student at Jean Monnet law faculty, Paris-Sud University.The hall is close to the “Coulée Verte” greenway so I go jogging there almost every day. I couldn’t live far from some kind of green area.
Arthur, 22 years,
on a work-and-training contract.I alternate between time at journalism school on rue du Louvre [Paris] and production work at TF1 in Boulogne. I’m close to where I work and about half an hour on the metro from school. I can go out just as easily on the left or right bank in Paris. It’s ideal.
Camille, 21 years,
Life Sciences degree student at Pierre and Marie Curie University.I am originally from Nantes. I like slightly smaller towns. I couldn’t see myself living in Paris. Boulogne is a decent compromise. I feel a bit like part of a family in this hall.
Kenza, 24 years,
student at Créteil IUFM university teacher training college.I really liked the location of the Victor Hugo hall, close to the lake. I never imagined living in the Paris area and being surrounded by green open spaces. Ideal for studying and getting some fresh air.
Marie, 22 years,
student at Henri-Mondor university hospital faculty of medicine.I chose to be close too where I’m studying. I often finish late, and didn’t want to spend long travelling on public transport. I can spend the time saved studying.
Corentin, 21 years,
student at the Saint-Maurice JB Pussin IFSI nurse training institute.There is a good atmosphere between residents. The apartments are well furnished. I can recommend this hall with no hesitation.
Marie, 19 years,
student at the Breuil Paris school of landscaping.The hall is in a quiet area about a quarter of an hour on foot from my school. I can go running in the Bois de Vincennes.
Eva, 20 years,
student at Lyon Institute of Political Studies.Everything is straightforward with Studélites, from online booking to living in the hall. I really appreciate services like internet access.
Marek, 21 years,
art history and archeology student at Louis-Lumière Lyon 2 University.It’s cool being so close to uni. My furnished apartment suits me very well.
Clara, 22 years,
law student at Grenoble’s Pierre Mendès-France UniversityClose to my uni, public transport to Grenoble city centre, shops and a well-furnished apartment. I’ve got everything here.
Jérémie, 23 years,
political studies student at Grenoble’s Pierre Mendès-France UniversityI chose this hall because some friends recommended Studélites for their excellent value for money and decent services.
Loïc, 19 years,
second-year law student at Jean Monnet Saint-Etienne University – Tréfilerie.When I chose the Studélites hall, I went, with my parents, for peace of mind. The furnished apartment is pleasant. It’s really nice to live in!
Marie, 23 years,
training at the graduate school for social security administrators (EN3S)The Monet hall is in a great location, about 300 metres to walk to where I study. This closeness was a decisive factor in my choice. I didn’t want to waste too much time on public transport.
Anne-Sophie, 21 years,
student at Marseille Polytech engineering school.The furnished apartments are recently-built and superb, as are the communal areas. A very nice hall with a good atmosphere.
Gaspard , 19 years,
student at Marseille Saint-Jérôme IUTI wanted to be close to my school, so it’s handy. The services on offer, especially the gym, set it apart from other student halls of residence.
Antoine, 23 years,
tudent at Avignon IUFM university teacher training institute.Internet access, launderette, gym.... all included in the Stud’Club(1) fee. These quality services made the difference for me in choosing these halls.
Sonia, 20 years,
geography student, Avignon University.The hall is less than 10 minutes walk from my school, and in the centre of Avignon. The perfect location!
Camille, 29 years,
on assignment I agreed to move to a job in Lyon. I chose a furnished apartment in this hall because the deal with services included makes my daily life easier. I can concentrate on my new job properly.
Carla, 20 years,
photography student at the Condé school.The hall is recently-built. The furnished accommodation is optimised. The advantage for me is that it’s just 300 metres from my school.