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Schiller International University Paris Campus in France

Paris Campus - Schiller International University


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Our Paris Campus

The Paris campus of Schiller International University (établissement d'enseignement supérieur privé) is located in the 8th arrondissement, only a short walk from one of the most famous monuments in Paris, The Arc de Triomphe de l'Étoile, right at the Western end of the Champs-Élysées in the heart of Paris. Close to public transportation, shops, and restaurants, this is a perfect location to immerse yourself in the atmosphere, culture, and history of the city of Paris. 

Campus resources include a computer lab, a student lounge and many other facilities. Students may also have access to the American Library of Paris and other relevant resources in the area. Studying in Paris is a great opportunity for Schiller students to be immersed in one of the most important political, diplomatic, and cultural capitals in the world. 

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Schiller University Paris Campus Director: Aude Prebay
Aude Prebay 

Campus Director

Our Paris Campus Director, Aude Prebay, brings 16 years of experience to guide you. From 10 years in European universities to founding an AI startup, her diverse background shines. Passionate about social good, Aude has NGO experience in Africa and Southeast Asia. Her expertise in strategy, finance, and HR in multicultural Higher Education makes her your Parisian ally. She will be delighted to help and ensure you have the best experience at Paris Campus.

Campus Info

Campus Info



To enter France as a student, non-EU candidates must go to the French consulat of their country and present all required documents, including an admission letter from Schiller International University, to apply for the student visa. For information on the necessary documents that students have to present upon request of a student visa for France, as well as the exact address of the nearest French Consulate from the student‘s country, go HERE. Students can also contact their own embassy in France. Please note that students who come to France on a short-stay (tourist) visa cannot change this to a long-stay visa while in France. Get your student visa before arriving in France (for non-EU citizens)!

More information can be found here. 

For any questions regarding the visa application process, please contact us:

Health Care and Health Insurance

Make sure to be informed on how the French healthcare system works. In order to obtain your residence permit (“Carte de Séjour”), you must produce proof that you are either covered by the French Social Security system or that you have arranged for individual medical coverage. This is called “couverture sociale”. The documentation required is a certificate from the insurance company which sets forth: – the company‘s name and the fact it is an insurance company (“raison sociale”) – your name and civil status (“état civil”) – the duration of the insurance policy – the risks covered (your insurance policy must cover at least doctor and hospital bills). 

All students are required to carry their own health care insurance and accident insurance. Coverage is required from the date of departure from their country of residence until their return there. The coverage must meet the requirements established by the Admissions office, which will be pleased to help you choose the best type of insurance for your needs. The University cannot assume responsibility for students who fail to take out adequate medical insurance. 

Cost of Living

The Paris Study Center does not have a student residence. However, SIU Paris has partnerships with two housing agencies:  


  • ATOME 

Other Tips

It is time to pack and prepare for the trip!

A packing list can help you remember to bring everything you need. Don’t forget to add things to help you feel at home. If your apartment has a kitchen, consider coordinating certain items with roommates to avoid crowding the kitchen with duplicate dishes and appliances. 

You can find more information in our Student Handbook. 

Come Meet Us in Paris!

If you would like to receive more information about this campus, we will arrange an interview with a member of the Paris team. They will provide you with the specific information you need in a personalized way. Find out the details of available dates or what your visit includes. 

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