Studying in Bordeaux
According to the ranking carried out by the association Villes et Village, Bordeaux is ranked 8th in the list of cities where it is good to live. This proves the quality and comfort of life.
Indeed, Bordeaux, capital of the New Aquitaine region, is an ideal environment in the middle of modernity and dynamism.
It is a very accessible city in terms of transport with Transport Bordeaux Métropole (TBM) offering 4 tram lines that cross the entire city and its outlying towns. There are also over 90 bus routes. But if you prefer to get around the city on your own, Vcubs are available and there are a number of companies that provide bicycles, electric scooters, and scooters.
BORDEAUX, STUDENT CITY / CULTURAL CITY
Bordeaux has the particularity of being very student-oriented with many well-served campuses, which offer University Libraries open to all, CROUS restaurants for meals and numerous student accommodations.
It is a very lively city with a very dynamic city centre with many restaurants, bars, cinemas, theatres, museums, discotheques, parks, events and various festivals….
BORDEAUX, BETWEEN OCEAN AND MOUNTAIN
For its location, Bordeaux is less than an hour from the Atlantic Ocean and the Arcachon basin and also less than 2 hours from the Pyrenees, one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in Europe!
It is nice to go there to get away from it all, alone or with friends, to go hiking in the forest, cycling, picnicking on the Dune du Pyla and why not try your hand at surfing! These places are accessible by public transport or by train.
Immaconcept, a privileged location in the heart of the Gironde metropolis
Accessible by public transport, the Le Mirail school complex and its Immaconcept campus are at the heart of Gironde life, offering its students a cultural, mobile and privileged living environment.