Every year the International Campus receives very many requests for admission from students, researchers and artists. Before applying, find out about the conditions, which you will have to fulfil.
The erosion of the materials used to build the Fondation AVICENNE, together with the development of statutory controls and the pressure of use have forced us to close this residence.
The Avicenne Foundation, formerly Iran House, was the last residence to be built in the Cité internationale at the tail-end of the wave of construction that followed the Second World War. It opened its doors in 1969.See more
The Frequently Asked Questions section provides the answers to most of the questions a future resident might ask.
- How can I apply for accommodation on the Campus?
- What costs can I expect?
- What facilities do the Residences offer?
Find on Citescope cultural and festive events organized by
House and all the current programming in Cité internationale.