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  • Earlier this summer, Adrien Chaton (Energy and Processes program, 2016) was giving an account of his academic and professional path to his School of origin, the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie of Rennes (ENSCR), which led him to work abroad for one year, in Australia and Congo, so as to enrich his professional experience before joining IFP School.

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Reception, accomodation, budget


As soon as you are admitted to the School, our office will help you find accommodation near the School, either at our hall of residence or in a privately owned apartment.


We also provide logistical support to our international students as soon as they arrive in France to help them settle in: reception and help with administrative procedures – medical insurance, residence permits and bank accounts.

Non-European students must have a visa to study in France, and it sometimes takes a while to obtain one. For more information on student visas and for practical information on living in France (medical system, etc.), we recommend that you visit the Campus France site.
 

Housing

IFP School has one hall of residence on campus, providing 132 accommodation options, with 121 studios (18 m2) and 11 two-room apartments (38 m2). Each is fully equipped and furnished, with a bed, cabinets, a closet, desk, chairs, bookshelf, bathroom (shower/toilet/sink/accessories) and kitchenette (refrigerator, dual electric burner, microwave, meal table, crockery).

Résidence des élèves école IFP School à Rueil © IFPEN - Jérôme Vila, Agence Contextes

Once admitted, you can request to be housed in one of our facilities. For obvious reasons, international students are given priority when allocating accommodation. However, we can also provide you with a list of accommodation opportunities proposed by private owners in the vicinity of the School (e.g. Rueil-Malmaison, Nanterre and Chatou) and we will do everything we can to make sure your first semester gets off to a smooth start.

For further information, please contact the accommodation office.

 

Typical budget

Below is an average monthly budget, calculated based on accommodation in one of our residence halls, for an unmarried student. You can use this information to help plan your own budget:

 

Housing

€700

Food

€300

Electricity

€55

Telephone/Internet

€30

Health insurance

€35

Leisure activities

€200

 

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Total

€1,320