Stay tuned about the sanitary conditions in France
As an international student during this pandemic, you may have questions related to the situation for entering France. Thanks to Campus France website, you will find the last rules and regulations to be well prepared to study at Rennes School of Business. Do not hesitate to check this website regularly.
Welcome pick-up for Rennes campus
Rennes School of Business is eager to make sure that your first steps in Rennes will not be a source of stress! Therefore, we have entrusted one of our student associations with the mission of organising your pick-up.
This association is called Well’come and is run by French students from the Programme Grande Ecole (MIM) together with international students from MIM or MSc programmes.
Among their many activities, the Well’come team is responsible for organizing your arrival and picking you up at the airport or train station in Rennes. The students will reach out to you by email a few weeks before the start of your programme to ask you for your travel details.
Welcome pick-up for Paris campus
There is no individual pick-up for Paris campus students, but you will find below all the information you need to get around Paris
The first time you arrive in Paris, taking an official to go to your housing may be the easiest way to go.
Getting Around Paris
There is much online to help you understand the public transport system in Paris.
It could be a good idea to download the “City Mapper” app. on your phone as well as the app for the “RATP” (RATP has a convenient offline map).
Both of these apps provide you with instantaneous best routes and shortest times. More information here: RATP
The NAVIGO Pass
You will need to get a NAVIGO Student Transport Pass for all your travelling needs in Paris. The version of the Navigo Pass designed expressly for students up to 26 years of age is referred to as the “Imagine R” student travel pass.
Cost: 350€ per year
We recommend you consult the Navigo website.