The International RESEARCHER and PhD STUDENT’s Guide to RENNES - (Page 27)

H o u s i ng A FINDING SOMEWHERE TO LIVE Did you know? The IMC can help international PhD students and researchers to find accommodation. Please contact us about it. Given the large number of students in Rennes, it can be difficult to find accommodation in the Breton capital. For this reason, you are advised to start looking several months before arrival and, if possible, to arrive a few days early. Get hold of a map of the city and scan the classified ads in the daily and weekly press, or online. There are various types of accommodation in Rennes: Year-long accommodation: Classified ads: * No agency fees * Furnished (especially studios) or unfurnished accommodation - - - - Newspapers, daily press Rental agency ads: * Agency fees * Furnished (less common) or unfurnished accommodation - - - (Fédération nationale de l'immobilier) - Newspapers, daily press Solicitor's ads: * Similar to rental agencies but with lower fees. Maison du notariat (solicitor listings) 2 Mail Anne Catherine CS 54 337 35043 Rennes Cedex Tel. +33 (0)2 99 65 23 24 Private residences and boarding houses: * Studios, one, two, or three bedroom apartments, this type of accommodation is generally furnished and comes with appliances * Short or long stay (cheaper prices depending on length of stay). * Apartments are high quality, but expensive. Les Estudines (Brittany Student Accommodation) 23 rue de Châtillon - 35000 Rennes Tel. +33 (0)2 99 51 54 95 Top Campus 13 rue Doyen Denis Leroy - 35000 Rennes Tel. +33 (0)2 99 54 71 71 Nexity Tel. +33 (0)2 99 85 91 11 Appart City Rennes 5 allée Marie Berhault - 35000 Rennes Tel. +33 (0)2 23 20 54 24 EURO CIL 6 rue Adolphe Touffait - 35000 Rennes Tel. +33 (0)2 99 65 26 26 APPARTHOTEL ADAGIO 35 rue d'Antrain - 35700 Rennes Tel. +33 (0)2 23 21 26 00 Résidences séjours et affaires Longchamps : 316 rue de Fougères De Bretagne : 23 rue de Chataillon Villa Camilla : 185 bd Saint Jean-Baptiste de la Salle Résidence Panorenna 1 rue Jean Guy Tél. 06 27 59 14 06 Résidence Cap West Bruz Rue Charles Coude Tél. 02 90 09 46 00 Finding temporary accommodation: Visit the Rennes Tourist Information website for information about temporary accommodation in Rennes: Youth Hostel 10/12 Canal St-Martin - 35700 Rennes Tel. +33 (0)2 99 33 22 33 SOCIOTEL 45 bd de Solférino - 35000 Rennes Tel. +33 (0)2 99 65 59 12 Rennes Hébergement 10 rue Gaston Tardif - 35000 Rennes Tel. +33 (0)2 99 14 49 68 Les amitiés sociales (FJT) 27

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of The International RESEARCHER and PhD STUDENT’s Guide to RENNES

Sommaire : Fr
Présentation de Rennes
A La ville de Rennes
B Le Centre de mobilité internationale de Rennes
Formalités d’entrée et de séjour
A Obtenir un visa
B Obtenir un titre de séjour
S’assurer et se soigner
A Sécurité sociale et assurance santé
B L'accès aux soins
Se loger
A Chercher un logement
B Informations pratiques
C Avant l’installation
D Garantie et caution solidaire
Banque et argent
A Ouvrir un compte
B Coût de la vie
C Impôts
D Retraites
Venir avec sa famille
A Démarches administratives
B Système éducatif
C Scolarité
D Modes de garde des enfants en bas âge
E Travail pour les conjoints
F Allocations familiales
G Chômage et droits des étrangers
Vie quotidienne
A Se restaurer
B Se déplacer
C Apprendre le français
D Communiquer
Temps libre : culture, loisirs, activités sportives
A Centres d’information
B Evénements culturels
C Loisirs, détente
D Activités sportives
Contacts utiles
Table of contents : En
Welcome to Rennes
A The city of Rennes
B The Rennes International Mobility Centre
Entry and residency formalities
A Obtaining a visa
B Obtaining un titre de séjour (residency permit)
Health insurance and health care
A Social security and health insurance
B Access to health care
A Finding somewhere to live
B Practical information
C Before moving in
D Deposit and co-signing
Banks and money
A Opening an account
B The cost of living
C Income tax
D Retirement pensions
Coming with your family
A Administrative procedures
B Educational system
C Schools
D Childcare facilities for young children
E Organising work for your spouse
F Family allowances/benefits
G Unemployment and the Rights of Foreigners
Daily life
A Eating
B Getting around
C Learning French
D Communicating
Free time : culture, leisure and sporting activities
A Where to get information
B Cultural events and festivals
C Leisure activities
D Sporting activities
Useful contacts

The International RESEARCHER and PhD STUDENT’s Guide to RENNES