Induction for international students
The schools are well prepared for welcoming international students. Each Pass-world member school has an international service at the disposal of students to help and advise him or her on arrival and especially help the student find suitable accommodation. At the start of term each student is required to attend an induction course at the school. This gives the students all the tools required to settle into life at the school and in France. Thus, the student is given crucial information on the way in which the school functions, what to expect during the course, the cultural and social activities on offer and general day-to-day life in France.
Each school has one or more student associations that organize social activities so that students can get to know each other and integrate. Moreover, the schools offer good sporting facilities and a large number of sports clubs are open to foreign students. International students obviously also have access to basic services at the school such as the library, IT rooms with an internet connection and free email. Finally, studying at one of these schools means that students have access to a large alumni network which may come in useful for employment at the end of the degree.