Paris. Each year at the beginning of term, the teaching team organises a welcome party for international students. Throughout the year, cultural and social activities take place, including museum visits and excursions in Paris.
A welcome booklet has been published in French and English to help you settle in as well as possible.
Students have elected student unions in each city in which LISAA’s schools are situated. They regularly organise student evenings and outings in order to mix students from different years and courses together. Make sure you don’t miss out on meeting them – they can also give you good advice to help you settle in.
If you are a current or future LISAA student, you can use the school’s accommodation platform: thousands of accommodation offers in private properties, apartment blocks, and via estate agents are available in each of the school’s locations.
- Find a rental in France or abroad
- Find flatmates and form flat shares in France and abroad
- Find sublets in France and abroad
- Find a temporary room in France or abroad
You can sign up with your personal email address and the activation code sent to you by the administration team at LISAA.
Personal help for accommodation
In order to benefit from personalised help with accommodation, you will need a certificate of school attendance which you must include in your application to be submitted to the Caisse d'allocations familiales (family allowance department). You can ask for this from your school’s administration office.
LISAA has entered into a partnership with the Caisse d’épargne savings bank, which offers a very advantageous interest rate to French students only. Find out more at the school when you come for your interview or enrolment.
A branch dedicated to international students enables accounts to be opened remotely.
LISAA has partnered with Dalbe, suppliers of fine arts and creative crafts equipment. This partnership enables you to benefit from exclusive discounts on your orders.