Living in a student residence: an asset for coworking
As a student, you have many priorities: partying, having fun, meeting new people, going on holiday and of course... studying! But let's face it, sometimes it's hard to get motivated. If you're the type of person who cultivates the art of procrastination when it comes to studying, Nemea Appart Etud has the solution for you: coworking!
Beat laziness and work effectively with coworking
You open your course and once again, you get distracted at the slightest opportunity? Netflix, Tik Tok... You have to admit it, the temptations are many! It's hard to resist your friend's suggestion to go out for a drink on the terrace instead of staying at home to study. But everything has its place! If you find it difficult to motivate yourself to work alone, coworking is a solution that can really help. So what is coworking? It's a collaborative workspace that allows you to be in contact with other students. Sharing a common space that is conducive to work can help you find a source of motivation. Imagine yourself in a room surrounded by serious students, deep in their studies... It's still more stimulating than working alone in your flat, right? While your flat is obviously very comfortable, working in a coworking space allows you to get away from all the distractions. This setting is also ideal for group work or even for taking distance learning courses.
Coworking in student residences
Tired of constantly studying in libraries and cafés? Unexpected closures? Limited opening times? Queuing in the cold for a space to open up at the university Business Unit? With the coworking spaces in our student residences, all those problems are a thing of the past!
Located in the heart of cities or close to campuses and major schools, NEMEA student residences are equipped with numerous services, including coworking spaces. Can't concentrate or get motivated? Visit the residence's coworking space, just a stone's throw from your flat. No need to waste time on transport, work outside your home while staying close to your flat. It's an opportunity for a change of scenery, to see other people and maybe even make friends, who knows?