The School’s Platform
If You Are a Future EM Normandie Student
Find accommodation to suit your needs on EM Normandie’s exclusive, single platform. Thousands of private landlords, estate agents, room shares, and student residences are located near to the School’s various campuses.
If You Are a Current Student
Browse to the platform and click ‘Connexion étudiant’ [Student Login] then ‘Connexion avec intranet’ [Connect over the Intranet] and enter your Office 365 login.
You may post offers directly onto the platform via the Landlord site. Contact for landlords: +33 (0)1 82 28 60 32
Here are some additional sites to help all students with their search:
Estate Agents and Student Residences
Contact our managers by e-mail:
- Alexandre Ducoeur for residences: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Johan Luparello for real estate agents: email@example.com
EM Normandie Facebook Groups
Groups that are updated year after year to find hidden gems in the city of your choice:
Le Havre: EM Normandie shared accommodation and apartments – Le Havre Campus
Campus location: rue Richelieu, city centre and a stone’s throw from the seaside. Average rent: €384/month in 2017
Caen: EM Normandie shared accommodation and apartment –Caen Campus
Campus location: rue Claude Bloch, Northern district, near the city centre.
Average rent: €386/month in 2017
Paris: EM Normandie flat shares and apartments – Paris campus
Campus location: Rue du Ranelagh, in the 16th district.
Average rent: €550/month in 2016
Oxford: EM Normandie shared accommodation and apartments – Oxford campus
Campus location: Oxpens Road, in the historic city centre.
Average rent: €500
Dublin: EM Normandie shared accommodation and apartments – Dublin Campus
Campus location: Foley Street, near the financial district.
Average rent: €400
CAF Rent Allowance
Allocation Personnalisée au Logement (APL) (Housing Benefit)
This is financial aid is paid by the Caisse d'Allocations Familiales (CAF) on a monthly basis based on the rent (excluding heating, electricity, water supply and local taxation) and your income. ECAF will pay this directly to landlords if the housing is licensed. Learn more
Allocation à Logement à caractère Social (ALS)
This is the most common form of aid available to students. It may be granted for a household or for a residential room, studio, flat or house. Unlike APL, ALS is paid directly to the tenant by default, but you may also choose direct payment to the landlord. Learn more
VISALE is a rental guarantee subsidy in the event of unpaid rents. In the event that a student is faced with difficulties that result in the non-payment of rent due dates, the VISALE guarantee system will take care of reallocating the rent to the landlord in place of the student tenant. The guarantee can extend to 36 monthly payments and cover any costs related to the housing contracts for the move.
Other schemes are also available to help you to fund your accommodation, including the avance loca-pass, garantie des risques locatifs which act as deposit guarantors.