Housing in a new country can be daunting but there are many options for housing at the campus you choose in France. Some students live in apartments owned and administered by public entities, some live in homestays, while others secure other private housing alternatives. Sciences Po has a number of rooms reserved in student residences. The housing information on the campus-specific pages (Le Havre, Menton, Reims) provides information on how to pick a housing option that best suits you.
Regardless of nationality, Dual Degree students are entitled to a housing allowance from the Caisse d’Allocations Familiales (CAF), which amounts to a monthly subsidy to be used toward payment of rent.
Sciences Po does not administer student housing directly, but works with partner organizations to facilitate access to these residences for students.