Share different points of view, enjoy an intercultural experience and make friends without borders! You will stay in a shared or single room, and will be supervised by the qualified school staff. There are usually showers on each floor of the building. The accommodation also includes full board, with breakfast and the evening meal typically served in the residence and the midday meal taken in the school's cafeteria or on an excursion.
For the youngest students, accommodation is in a campus residence. The main meals are served in the canteen of the residence, the midday meal is usually provided as a packed lunch in the school or during outings or excursions. The group leaders in charge of watching over the students also live in the residence and are available to them on a 24-hour basis. Residential accommodation is the perfect way to live with others in a group and to make new friends.
A home away from home
Staying with a host family has numerous advantages. You will benefit from the security of a friendly environment, enjoy the company of the family and discover how people really live there. Generally speaking, during the week, you will be provided with your breakfast and the evening meal. For the midday meal, you will eat with the other students in the school’s cafeteria or the family will provide you with a packed lunch. At the weekends, you will be provided with full board.
This type of accommodation is best suited to independent students who will be able to get to the school on their own by using public transport or the bus system put in place by the school.