Housing at the Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris
The Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris (Cité U.) is made up of 38 dormitories, each representing a different country, as well as an “International House.” Each building represents a different architectural style, displaying the work of such famous architects as Le Corbusier. Dedicated to cross-cultural understanding, the Cité U. welcomes students from all over the world, making it an important center of intellectual and cultural exchange. The amenities located on the grounds include an inexpensive student restaurant, various libraries, cafés, a theater, sports facilities, a concert hall, and a post office. The Cité U. notably hosts numerous student clubs, conferences and cultural activities.
Fondation des Etats-Unis, which offers single dormitory rooms with communal bathrooms and kitchens on each floor. Half of its residents are American, forty percent are French and the remaining ten percent are of other nationalities. The rooms are equipped with land lines, voicemail and wireless internet access. The residence has its own library, computer lab, reading and music rooms.
The 2010-11 housing fee for the Cité Internationale Universitaire is $3,600 per semester.
Only year-long students may apply.