Students are free to make their own housing arrangements in Nice. However, Thomas Jefferson School of Law has arranged for discounted student housing at several residence facilities in Nice. Each of these locations offers basic but comfortable accommodations, including a fully-equipped kitchen, bathroom, linens and towels (changed weekly), satellite TV, central air conditioning, and telephones. Laundry facilities are available in the buildings and in nearby laundromats. Rooms at the residences vary in size.
Additional information about housing arrangements in Nice, including detailed instructions for making reservations and payment, and for help with finding roommates, will be made available to students who have registered for the program. Each residence has a very limited number of rooms available, so students are advised to make housing arrangements early through Thomas Jefferson School of Law.
21 Rue Meyerbeer, Nice, France 06000
Tel: 011.33.4.97.03.28.50; Fax: 011.33.4.93.l6.18.32; Email: email@example.com
The Citadines-Buffa was recently renovated and offers two sizes of studio apartments for one or two people or one-bedroom apartments for three people. The one-bedroom apartments have two separate rooms, one being a bedroom with two twin beds or a double bed, and the other a living room with a pull-out sofabed. The Citadines-Buffa is centrally located in downtown Nice, near the pedestrian mall and shopping district. It is approximately a 15-20 minute walk to the Law School and a short walk to the beach. Space is limited.
3-5 Blvd. Francois Grosso, Nice, France 06000
Tel: 011.33.4.93.97.95.00; Fax: 011.33.4.93.44.93.88; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Citadines-Promenade offers studios for one or two people or a one-bedroom apartment for three people, like the accommodations in Citadines-Buffa described above. The Promenade is newer and closer to the Nice Law School than the Citadines-Buffa. It is one block from the beach and five minutes from the Law School.
Cost of Housing:
The cost at Citadines-Buffa, Citadines-Promenade or Adagio Nice Magnan will vary, depending on the number of roommates and type of room selected. Charges such as telephone, laundry, etc., are additional. Note that the number of rooms in each category is limited; we will do our best to accommodate each student’s housing preference, but ask that students be flexible, as we cannot guarantee that a particular location or room choice will be available. Housing is on a first-come, first-served basis. A credit card is required to reserve your room with payment for your full stay is due upon check-in.
Thomas Jefferson School of Law will assist students with housing but is not responsible for cancellations or refunds with respect to housing and cannot guarantee a roommate to share housing or expenses.
Alternative Housing Options:
Be aware that the summer is high season in Nice and across the French Riviera; this will be reflected in prices and availability. If you arrange your own housing while participating in Thomas Jefferson School of Law’s Nice Study Abroad Program, you must provide the Director with a valid contact address and phone number for your housing while in Nice before the start of the Program.