In many student cities, there is the opportunity to stay live in a private residence or dormitory. Living conditions there are very different - some differ little from regular campuses you would find in the CIS countries, but in most cases, they are much more comfortable. Anyway, you can be sure that in a residence, you will have no strict warden, you will be able to come at any time and even your relatives and friends will be able to visit you for a little time.
In terms of residences, they are often almost fully-fledged apartments with a private bathroom, a kitchen and an equipped working area. Depending on the residence, the building might have its own laundry, gym, and on the territory of the campus, there could be a swimming pool or even a park.
There is also a network of residences, which is known as CROUS. In terms of comfort, residences of this type are the closest to campuses in Russia and the CIS, and it is somewhat harder to get a place there than in paid residences, though it is much cheaper.
Quartier Latin currently cooperates with a large number of residences. We help you register and collect documents and advise on all issues related to your move. With us you can rest assured that your move will be an easy enjoyable adventure and not a dreary struggle with bureaucracy.
Selecting and registering in a residence costs from 600 euros.
It's worth noting that even when registering yourself, all residences require that you pay the same amount for the administrative fee. The actual sum of the administrative fee can be always checked on the site of your residence. However, thanks to the agreements reached between Quartier Latin and residences, in most cases, you pay this fee just to us, meaning that we will help you to choose the residence and register everything for absolutely free.
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