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Student life

SCHOLARSHIPS AND FINANCIAL AID

Polytech Paris-Saclay and the university would like to see financial aid available to all students who successfully enrol at the school. For this reason, there are various support schemes available at a university level. Please check in advance to avoid missing deadlines.

DISABLED STUDENTS

As part of its public service mission, the University can adapt the university curriculum for students with disabilities who need technical or teaching assistance. The Disability Unit is responsible for making the necessary arrangements to accommodate these students on the courses offered.
Further information can be found on the Université Paris-Saclay website.

 

STUDENTS JOBS

In addition to work placements lasting between one and six months as part of your studies in France and abroad, some of you may need to make ends meet. As a result, a number of measures have been put in place to make the search for student jobs easier.

FOOD AND DRINK OUTLETS

There are several options for eating at the school or in its vicinity: resto U, the university cafeteria, the Polytech cafeteria, barbecues, brasseries, etc.
From time to time, themed meals are organised by the student associations. The atmosphere is great!
Further information can be found on the Université Paris-Saclay website.

SPORT

There are numerous sports facilities around the school: university equestrian centre, dance studios, 300 m2 dojo, state-of-the-art weight rooms, university swimming pool and several halls and outdoor pitches.

Various tournaments also provide an opportunity to meet other schools in Université Paris-Saclay or members of the national Polytech network.
Further information can be found on the Université Paris-Saclay website.

COMMUNITY LIFE

Life in Polytech Paris-Saclay is shaped by the Paris-Saclay Student Union (BDE - Bureau des élèves).

This student association allows all students:

  • To find fulfilment in the organisation of projects, cultural, sporting or festive events: sponsorship, lipdub, ski trips, annual participation in the Telethon, Gala and many others.
  • To pursue one's passions: cinema, theatre, music, robots, manga, etc.
     

Are you a new student at Polytech Paris-Saclay ? Download the BDE brochure :

Life at the Polytech is also about :

  • Get-togethers of all the schools in the Polytech network, such as the Polytech conference, training courses for associations, the ‘Tournoi Inter Polytech’ (TIP) and the ‘Tournoi Polytech Neige’ (TPN)
  • Sport and a friendly atmosphere where togetherness is the order of the day!
     

WELFARE OFFICER

Welfare officer, Sylvie BARBAROUX, is available to see you without prior appointment on Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 9.15 am to midday

Résidence George Sand, Plateforme du Crous,
Rue Francis Perrin, 91190 Gif-sur-Yvette
Office : 01 69 15 70 64
service-social.paris-saclay@crous-versailles.fr

LISTENING CELL

The health crisis has changed our lifestyles. You may be feeling unwell, sad, or having trouble sleeping or working at this time.

This is not abnormal, and we should not let this discomfort last.

To help you cope, Polytech Paris-Saclay has set up a listening unit that you can contact via the following email address: ecoute.polytech@universite-paris-saclay.fr