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Student Housing & Student Apartments in Paris

Paris, the city of romance and the city of the beautiful “Tour Eiffel” is a wonderful place to study for international as well as local students. The demand for student dorms is high, but supply is scarce. Therefore to find cheap accommodation in Paris is not as easy as it might see. While American universities often offer student housing on their campus, when studying abroad, in Paris especially, you will need to rely on off-campus student housing.

Be aware that renting a room through an agent can be very expensive. The language barrier is also something to think about. If you do not speak French very well, you might run into misunderstandings with agents or regular landlords. Contracts in France can vary from short term to long term contracts. Even though verbal agreements are recognized by law, to be on the safe side, you should always go for written agreements and rental receipts, also called "quittance de loyer".

On Nestpick.com, you will be able to find your favorite place to stay in a short amount of time, whether you are in need of a student room, on the lookout for a shared student flat or on the rocks for your dream furnished apartment.


Cheap Student Apartments in Paris

500 €
Spotahome

Single Bed in Rooms for rent in 6-bedroom apartment in Noisy-le-Grand

880 €
Uniplaces

Double bedroom in a 2-bedroom apartment near Quai de la Rapée metro st

740 €
HousingAnywhere

Room in Rue du Faubourg du Temple, Paris

890 €
Homestay

Family Fun in the center of Paris

830 €
Live Colonies

Furnished room in amazing coliving - Noisy-le-Grand

550 €
Spotahome

Single Bed in Rooms for rent in sunny 2-bedroom apartment in Bagnolet

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Find Student Housing near Paris

500 €
Spotahome

Single Bed in Rooms for rent in 6-bedroom apartment in Noisy-le-Grand

880 €
Uniplaces

Double bedroom in a 2-bedroom apartment near Quai de la Rapée metro st

1,080 €
Homestay

Champs Elysées - Paris 8

740 €
HousingAnywhere

Room in Rue du Faubourg du Temple, Paris

830 €
Live Colonies

Furnished room in amazing coliving - Noisy-le-Grand

550 €
Spotahome

Single Bed in Rooms for rent in sunny 2-bedroom apartment in Bagnolet

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Student Dorms in Paris

1,390 €
Spotahome

Double bed in Bright Bedroom in Beautiful Shared Flat Near Eiffel Towe

1,640 €
Uniplaces

Interesting single bedroom near the Parmentier metro

1,450 €
HousingAnywhere

Room in Rue de la Croix-Nivert, Paris

1,560 €
Homestay

Bedroom in bright apartment

1,400 €
LifeX

Beautiful room in spacious apartment

1,200 €
Spotahome

Double bed in Rooms for rent in beautiful 3-bedroom apartment in the 1

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Best Areas in Paris for Students

Tips on Finding the Most Suitable Student Housing in Paris

Paris’ districts are thriving with sub-cultures and multiculturalism. Look at Bastille for winding alleyways, old nooks and traditional Parisian Promenades. The vibrant neighbourhood of “Beaubourg and Les Halles” is both immensely popular with locals and visitors. To find an accommodation that fulfills your requirements could be relatively easy. Here are some tips on finding the most suitable one, so that you don't face any problems whilst you study in Paris.



Available Housing Types in Paris for Students

Shared houses/flats, apartments or University Halls are amongst the options for student accommodation in Paris. For those who enjoy a co-living lifestyle, a flatshare could be the best fit for you, unless you are in need of true privacy. Your own student apartment in Paris would provide you great privacy. Another option offering some privacy would be a student room in a hall next to your university.

All three types of student housing in Paris, may require a minimum deposit of one month’s rent and one month’s rent upfront. Agencies or landlords may ask for a reference or guarantor (usually a parent) and proof of enrollment at your University.


Universities in Paris

Transport in Paris:

The metro system is the best transit around Paris. It is both fast and very easy. The metro has 16 lines in total. Those are distinct in number and colours. When moving to Paris it is advised to study and understand the Metro map. This will help to adequately assess proximity to University, which will save you both time and stress.