Living on the Reims campus

  • Cathedral of Reims ©Evgeny Shmulev/ShutterstockCathedral of Reims ©Evgeny Shmulev/Shutterstock

Discover the city

Just 45 minutes from Paris by train, Reims is a Gallo-Roman city that has occupied an important place in the history of France: a Roman capital, it was also the city where the French kings were coronated. Reims enjoys an international reputation thanks to the prestigious houses of Champagne, of which most estates are within the city.

Accomodation

It's easy to find a place to stay in one of Poitier's many student residences or in a private flat.

Don't forget to prepare your search carefully before you start looking. Depending on your situation, you may also be eligible for a housing benefit.

Transport

You can travel around Reims by bus and tram: plan your route (fr.).

Culture & Leisure

The Reims Opera (fr.) theatre, the Cartonnerie (fr.) (modern music), the Comédie de Reims (fr.) (classical and contemporary theatre) and the Manège (fr.) (dance, music and circus shows) are places of entertainment and cultural discovery that testify to the artistic vitality of the region.

Several festivals are held each year, such as "Les Flâneries musicales (fr.)" in early summer and "Magnifique Society (fr.)" in May.

Reims has quality sports facilities, including several pools, many football pitches, gymnasiums, a climbing wall, a rowing club, etc.