5 tips for your arrival in Montpellier as a student
Montpellier is a beautiful student city where life is good. Are you going to study in Montpellier yet you’ve never visited? Nemea has some advice on how to make your arrival in Montpellier as a student go smoothly.
Practical information for arriving in a new city
When you arrive in Montpellier, the first thing to do is to go to the tourist office, 30 allée Jean de Lattre de Tassigny. What monuments and museums are there to see? Does the municipality offer guided tours of the town to newcomers? What events are coming up in the region? All this will help you get to know your new city better.
Montpellier has a wide range of transport options: trams, buses, bicycles, car-share pools, etc. This network operates from 4.30 a.m. to 1.30 a.m. on weekdays and until 2.30 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. The TaM network offers students a youth mobility contract for easy travel.
There are over 70 student associations in Montpellier to welcome and integrate new students. For more information, please contact the Student Life Department at Place Eugène Bataillon.
Where’s good to go out in Montpellier?
To discover Montpellier in the evening, we recommend Place Jean Jaurès, Place de la Comédie and the Saint-Roch district where you’ll find many bars and restaurants.
Where to live when studying in Montpellier?
To the north of the city centre, near Jardin des Plantes, Nemea is ready to welcome you to our furnished student residence in Montpellier. Visit our website to find out more.