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Dai ly life D COMMUNICATING Making a phone call in France In France, telephone numbers have 10 figures, with the first 2 figures corresponding to the geographical zone phoned. Mobile phones A package with or without contract, pay as you go: there are various different options available. When subscribing, be sure to check the duration of the contract,which often lasts for 2 years. It is still possible to terminate the contract before the end of this time period, but this will entail a fee. To phone abroad: [00] [international dialling code] [telephone number] To phone France from abroad: [00] [33] [French telephone number without the first '0'] Directory enquiries : dial the numbers proposed by the different telephone directory enquiry services, e.g. 118 712 (for France Télécom), and 118 812 (for Bouygues). * Wifi access is available in most of the educational establishments, as well as in many public places. A complete offer: internet, mobile, landline Many offers are available, and there are a variety of operators on the market (Free, Orange, SFR, Bouygues Télécom, etc.) Most operators suggest that you sign up to a complete package: mobile + landline with free calls to landlines in France and abroad + unlimited broadband and TV. To subscribe, your accommodation must have an existing phone line, or you can choose your provider. For more information: © Berthier E. You will need the following supporting documents: Useful addresses: - proof of address SFR 20 rue de Nemours Tel. +33 (0)2 99 78 20 10 - the name and telephone number of the previous tenant and/or the number of the France Télécom logo on the landing - bank details (a RIB) - a crossed check or a copie of your credit card - piece of ID ORANGE Place de la République Tel. 10 14 BOUYGUES TELECOM 9 rue le Bastard Tel. +33 (0)2 99 78 38 33 FREE Center 15 quai Lamartine Tél. 10 44 55

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