Practical information


    FERRANDI-Paris has no on-campus housing, however the school offers advice on finding suitable accommodations. A list of housing possibilities and contacts is available to all candidates once they have confirmed their enrollment. 

    New Service - LivinFrance

    FERRANDI Paris and LivinFrance have joined forces so future international students can obtain free, personalized guidance through procedures related to their arrival in France.

    Our partner, LivinFrance will help students with their visa application process, housing, bank account and other procedures prior to their arrival. They will also be able to connect with a LivinFrance agent to get support if they are lost. Studying at FERRANDI Paris will become a breeze for international students!



    Non-EU citizens are required to apply for a student visa (VLS-TS).  Upon admission to the program, we will provide you with the enrollment documents that you will need as part of your visa application.
    Visa requirements, application procedures and processing times vary from one country to another. You should contact the CampusFrance office or French consulate nearest you to find out how to apply for your visa, what documents you will need to provide and how far ahead of time you should file the application.


    FERRANDI Paris has a strong network of businesses who regularly take our interns. These include prestigious and reputable hotels, restaurants, bakeries, pastry shops and caterers.
    Students will be placed in an internship by their chef-instructors. The process for internship assignments will be explained during orientation.
    Interns are entitled to a stipend of approximately 500 Euros per month. Other benefits may be provided at the discretion of the company.