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The amount of the rent allowance is based on the tenant’s taxable income. Grants (on social criteria or from Erasmus) are not taxable.
If you have not had any income, or very little, your rent allowance will be calculated on the basis of a fixed-rate income which can vary according to your personal circumstances.
Student loans are made to students to help finance their studies. These loans become repayable at the end of a student’s studies.
To be eligible for a student loan you must be:
A student loan can reach a maximum of 15,000 € depending on the bank, the nature of the application and the solvency of the guarantors. The length of the loan can vary from 2 to 10 years. Interest rates are low and vary according to the student’s course of studies.
The website service-public.fr provides full information on student loans (link to https://www.service-public.fr/particuliers/vosdroits/F986)
These are loans granted by CROUS (a regional organisation providing student aid) to students without scholarships. The loans are interest-free and repayable at the end of the student’s course of studies.
To be eligible for a loan on trust you must be enrolled in a course at an institution dependent on the Ministère de la Jeunesse, de l’Education Nationale et de la recherche and apply to your nearest CROUS.
The website www.caf.fr will provide information on financial aid for housing.
A modern design
On my first visit, I knew that’s where I wanted to live.
Romain, Student in Lyon
A daily presence
The presence of a residence manager reassures me, we can always count on her.
Julie, 20 ans, Student in Toulon