Your Arrival - Bordeaux Montaigne University v1.2

Your arrival

Attendance at the Welcome Day meeting is mandatory as important information will be shared. One will be scheduled at the start of each semester (one in September and another in January). In this meeting, the Mobility Office staff will welcome you and:

  • Give you your administrative registration file;
  • Provide information about the next procedures

If you were selected for a CROUS accommodation, you will receive a housing notification. This document must be presented without fail to the CROUS secretary to get the key to your room in the university village where you’ll live! For more information on the procedures relating to accommodation, contact the Mobility Office.

Warning: The CROUS does not allow the university to offer rooms in the residences listed below.

     Type of accommodation


Traditional room

     Village 6

Room with WC and bathroom

     Renovated Villages 1, 3 and 5

     T1 or T5


     Under the approval of the CROUS :

          - Résidence Pierre Gilles de Gennes
          - Résidence les Lumières

The university is a partner of Studapart, which offers housing solutions in the private sector: please refer see here for more information.

Integration / Buddy System

The International Relations Department organizes integration events in collaboration with student associations.

The ERASMUS STUDENT NETWORK (ESN) provides mentoring and cultural activities and events for international students, thus creating opportunities for interaction.

Contact: esnbordeaux @ / Facebook: ESN Bordeaux

For more information, you can refer to the welcome guide for international students.

1. File an application
2. Organize your stay
3. Your Arrival
4. Student life and culture