Discover our Appart'Etud Nemea residences


Live in a new student studio at on the threshold of Strasbourg's Town Centre.


Are you going to study in the capital of Alsace? Are you looking for student accommodation in Strasbourg ? Discover Nemea's practical student residences located just outside the town centre.


Live in Strasbourg, the strategic choice for students

Strasbourg is a great town to live in, both for locals and students in Alsace. This town has a rich cultural heritage, notably its famous cathedral Notre-Dame. Along the many narrow pedestrian streets are a variety of bars and nightclubs. The town centre is the perfect place to have a drink with friends when classes are over for the day. Our Strasbourg Meinau residence is just 15 minutes by bike to the south of the town and is close to local shops and facilities (supermarket, banks, bakers, pharmacy and more). To get to the centre of Strasbourg take tram line A or E which is just a stone's throw from the student residence. To top it all off, your future accommodation is surrounded by several universities like CNAM d’Alsace, Lycée Louis Couffignal, Ecole Supérieure du Professorat, and also the training centre for CCI and all the universities.


Turnkey student accommodation with Nemea

Nemea Appart-Etud supplies new, practical flats, equipped with a small kitchen, a lounge with a bed, a bathroom with a toilet and plenty of storage. We also have several free services to make you more comfortable. For example, there is a gym and a common room so you can meet-up with other students in the building, and free WiFi access. We can loan you a vacuum cleaner or iron if you need one. So that you can live and study comfortably, our accommodation is designed so that you can get settled and unpack your bags as soon as you arrive. Located a few minutes from the town centre, the Nemea Appart'Etud residence will meet all your needs.

By Nahuel Pedroso - Marketing and Innovation Manager

Driven by nostalgia for my student years, I am constantly looking for information and tips to simplify students' lives. My goal is to share these discoveries to help students in their academic journey.