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Information about Bordeaux

Bordeaux is one of the most beautiful cities in France to go on Erasmus. Many young people move here every year, attracted by its vibrant culture, leisure options, and proximity to the beach. Plus, Bordeaux is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which makes it a unique place to live in.

Available accommodationTotalAverage price
Private room Bordeaux848€660
Residence Bordeaux26€630
Studio Bordeaux12€2283
Entire place Bordeaux46€1819
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Looking for student accommodation in Bordeaux? This French city offers various options: fully furnished flats, rooms in shared apartments, and university residences. If you don’t know where to start, here is everything you need to know about finding student housing in Bordeaux and how to make a safe, 100% online reservation.

Student apartments for rent in Bordeaux

Finding a student rental apartment in Bordeaux can be tricky if you don't plan ahead. With so many students looking for accommodation here, demand is high, so you should start your search early. To get a head start, use Erasmus Play! You can compare different housing options from various online platforms and accommodation specialists. Plus, all listings are verified for your safety!

In the search engine, you’ll find all the important details about each rental apartment and room. Pay close attention because each accommodation has its own quirks. For example, many apartments in Bordeaux come with gardens!

Student rooms for rent in Bordeaux

Many students who come to Bordeaux choose to rent a room in a shared apartment. This option has several advantages: it’s cheaper than renting a whole apartment on your own, and it’s more fun because you get to meet new people and share the experience with them.

The price of rental rooms for students in Bordeaux varies depending on factors like location, but it usually starts at €500 per month, with an average price of €600 per month.

Student accommodation in Bordeaux

Finding student accommodation in Bordeaux can be challenging. That’s why, when you find a place in the search engine that you like and meets all your needs, don’t hesitate and book it quickly. You can do it 100% online and safely.

Here are some of the best neighbourhoods for students to live in Bordeaux:

Apartments for rent in Hôtel de Ville - Quinconces

This neighbourhood is part of Bordeaux’s city centre. If you choose to live here during your Erasmus, you’ll enjoy a lively atmosphere and be close to some of the city’s most iconic landmarks. Plus, it’s well connected to the universities.

Most apartments in Hôtel de Ville - Quinconces are studio types, with prices starting at €600 per month and an average price of about €1000 per month.

Apartments in Mériadeck

Looking for cheap student apartments in Bordeaux? Check out the Mériadeck neighbourhood and its surroundings to find the right accommodation for you. Here, you can find studio apartments starting at €380 per month, and two-bedroom apartments to share with other students starting at €480 per month.

Rooms for rent in Saint Genès

Saint Genès is ideally located between Bordeux’s city centre and the universities. It’s a popular area among students, offering a great university atmosphere. The price of a spare room in a shared apartment here starts at €540 per month, with an average price of about €690 per month.

Erasmus accommodation near the University of Bordeaux

This institution is divided into four independent universities spread across two different campuses, located in different parts of the city. To make your search easier, it’s important to know which campus you’ll be attending before looking for accommodation. This way, you can find an apartment near the university or ensure you have a good transport connection.

University of Bordeaux

This campus is home to the Faculties of Engineering and Natural Sciences. It’s located in the St. Augustin neighbourhood, making St. Augustin and St. Genès are good options to find student housing near campus.

Segalen University of Bordeaux

This campus hosts the Faculties of Medicine, Sports, Oenology, and Humanities. It shares a campus with the University of Bordeaux, so, same as before, both St. Augustin and St. Genès are ideal neighbourhoods for finding accommodation near the university. Also, these areas are located about 25 minutes by tram from the city centre, offering another convenient option to look for student housing.

Montesquieu University of Bordeaux

This campus is home to the Faculties of Law and Economic Sciences. While it’s a bit out of the city centre, it’s only about a half-hour tram ride away.

Bordeaux-Montaigne University

This university focuses on Humanities and shares a campus with Montesquieu University of Bordeaux. The St. Augustin area is also a good option to find accommodation with good transport connections.

In this article you'll find more information on how to find convenient housing close to the University of Bordeaux, while here's some details on the programmes it offers.

University residences in Bordeaux

Bordeaux has a network of university residences that offer rooms to international students. Because of the high demand, it can be quite difficult to secure a spot, so it’s important to apply early.

There are four accommodation options in these residences: studio apartments, or shared apartments with two, three or four bedrooms. The rooms are divided into renovated and non-renovated categories. Renovated rooms typically include a private bathroom, while non-renovated ones are usually cheaper.

Frequently Asked Questions about Bordeaux

How to find an apartment near the University of Bordeaux?
First, determine which campus you’ll be attending, as they are located in different areas. Then, use the Erasmus Play map to see verified apartments near your campus and book quickly and safely.
How much does it cost to live in a university residence in Bordeaux?
The cost varies depending on whether you choose (or are assigned) a studio flat or a room in a shared flat. Prices usually range from €200 to €400 per month.
Where to look for a spare room in Bordeaux?
Start looking for accommodation as soon as possible, as this French city receives many students every year. Erasmus Play compares hundreds of rooms in Bordeaux to help you find the best one.
What is the approximate monthly expense for a student in Bordeaux?
The average monthly expense is around €700 and €800 per month if you rent a spare room in a shared apartment or a student residence. Your total cost will depend on your lifestyle and extra expenses you may have.
Why go on Erasmus to Bordeaux?
Bordeaux is an ideal city for a study abroad experience. It’s relatively small but offers all the amenities of a big city. Here, you can immerse yourself in French culture and interact with thousands of international students.

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