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Living Accommodations for Pau, France


If you choose to live with a host family, they will provide you with an individual room, daily breakfast, and two other meals a week. The private homes are located within Pau or its suburbs. You can also eat at the university restaurant at a modest cost. Boarding with a family provides an unmatched opportunity for practicing your French and learning French culture and customs and is highly recommended.

A student with her host family in Pau, France.Student with her host family
Students with their host family in Pau, France.Students with their host family

Residence Halls

Students can choose from residence halls owned and operated by the host university or privately-owned and operated residence halls.

The residence halls are located next to the campus and are home to local students as well as international students. Students who choose this option can eat at the dining commons on campus for a modest cost or make meals in their studio.

Bedroom in university residence hall in Pau, France.Bedroom in university residence hall
Exterior of university residence hall in Pau, France.Exterior of university residence hall
Kitchenette in university residence hall in Pau, France.Kitchenette and dining area in university residence hall
Exterior of private residence hall in Pau, France.Exterior of private residence hall

Quick Details

2024-25 Application Cycle

  • Summer 2024: Open
    • Session I or I&II deadline: March 15
    • Session II deadline: April 15
  • Fall/Yearlong 2024-25: Open
    • Deadline: May 15
  • Spring 2025: Open
    • Deadline: Oct 15


Preferred Minimum GPA: 2.5

Program Type



U.S. Credit

Program Capacity

60 students


English, French


APUAF--Association des Programmes Universitaires Américains en France

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