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BUSINESS & HOSPITALITY
This is significantly important as France is home to some of the world’s topmost international students. Right from informational websites, apps, forums, discount programs, language exchange, online marketplaces, affordable things to do, you can get anything. A student ID card is very useful to avail discounts and subsidized rates at public transportation and eating joints. France is known to have one of the world’s best public transportation facilities. Right from local buses, subway, and regional trains, to innovative rental services for bikes and cars, France has amazing public transportation.
Plenty of options are available for the students in France. There are many online portals through which students can book their accommodation. The accommodation may range between €400-€600 per person depending on size and facilities.If students have booked and taken accommodation in their name, they also have the option to apply for a grant from their local Caisse d’Allocation Familiale (CAF).The application of CAF is free and the student is eligible to get up to 35%-50% of your rent back monthly. Terms and Conditions apply for the CAF eligibility, check with the landlord before you make an agreement.
France government’s regulation for student internships is for at least two months and a maximum of six months. However, companies offering short-term internships have a choice to pay or not to pay the intern. Usually, the stipend pay is for an internship starts from €558 per month. Apart from the pay, some companies may offer other benefits to the interns like coupons that can be used at many supermarkets, restaurants or cafés in France. Students can browse French websites for an internship like Cadremploi, APEC and Viadéo etc. But, most of the time; the school helps the students to get the internship.
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