How can you taste French life, enjoy all the benefits of student life in Europe, save on renting in France and, at the same time, make good friends? Quartier Latin will help you accomplish this difficult task and will advise you of a possible solution: joint tenancy in Paris and other French cities!
Perhaps this is the most interesting way to go to France alone. We are contacted by students who have already arrived in Paris and, faced with financial difficulties, are looking for a neighbor to share a room almost on a daily basis. Likewise, we help students who are just preparing to move.
As in any other case, it is possible to find a companion on your own, and, as always, we warn you: when moving, it is better to be on the safe side right from the start. We have observed multiple situations where neighbors, unable to withstand differences in cultures, mindset or simply faced with unsuitable conditions for living together, contact us to urgently find a new place of residence. Let’s not forget how numerous cases of fraud and misconduct among options offered online are.
Our Company helps you to find both a trustworthy, reliable neighbor and comfortable housing for all involved. We collect and verify documents and, if necessary, we can organise for you to get to know your future neighbors and the owner of the apartment before you move in.
The price of selecting a long-term rental period equals one month's rent + 20% VAT. In other cases, price is upon request.
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Why do you need a CV when applying to universities in France?
A motivation letter is a very important part of your dossier.
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