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Student life in Amiens


Studying, going out, events, amenities...Student life in Amiens has plenty to offer. The town is home to many universities, including Université de Picardie Jules Verne (UPJV) and several of grandes écoles. There's also a pleasant atmosphere and a wide range of cultural activities on offer in the local area. Last but not least, there are plenty of accommodation options in Amiens. Discover popular student activities and places to hang out the capital of Picardy!

Student life in Amiens: dedicated facilities

Here's are some things student life in Amiens has to offer:

  • Cultural life: Amiens offers a rich cultural life with museums, art galleries, theatres and festivals. The Saint-Leu district, located along the city's canals, is particularly lively, with many bars, restaurants and entertainment venues. 
  • There's plenty on offer in the student community too. Between social, cultural, sporting and charitable activities, students generally find plenty to get involved in. There are also university associations for each course of study and the BDE (Student Office)! It's a great way to meet new like-minded people.
  • Events and festivals: throughout the year, take part in festivals, including the famous "Fête dans la ville" in June, or Amiens' sporting and musical events. 
  • Outdoor activities and spaces: discover the parks and green spaces, plus a little further afield, Baie de Somme, a famous nature reserve where you can observe various species of migratory birds. 

Where to live as a student in Amiens?

If you've decided that the Picardy capital is the place for you, and you want to find out about student accommodation in Amiens, take a look at a Nemea Appart'Etud residence. It will make settling into your new life easy, so you can make the most of both your studies and the local area.

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.