A. France's country code for international phone calls is +33 (or 0033).
Q. How is the weather in France?
A. The weather in France can be unpredictable. But generally speaking, summers in Dijon are pretty hot and sunny and winters are cold and wet.
Q. What should I pack?
Pack comfortable walking shoes and rainproof clothing.
Pack at least one nice outfit (business casual) for visits companies.
Depanding on the season pack according to the season nut be aware of sudden weather changes
Don’t overpack. Students tend to bring too much stuff. Also bear in mind that weight restrictions of your selected airline
It is worth leaving a copy of your passport at home. Also, it is advised not to carry your passport with you at all times. Put it somewhere safe and carry a copy with you.
Be careful, French outlets power use between 220-240 volts higher. So, don't forget to back converters and power adapters.
Q. Will I be able to check my email?
A. Yes. There is free wifi access throughout the campus.
Q. Will I be able to use my cellphone in France?
A. Yes, absolutely. However, it is up to you to either contact your provider to see if they have any international packages or to choose a local provider here in France
Q. Once I am in Paris, how do I get to Dijon?
A. From Paris / Charles de Gaulle Airport, take an Air France shuttle directly to Gare de Lyon. From there, take a train to Dijon (TGV). Be careful, the airport shuttle also goes to Gare Montparnasse, so, ensure you stop at the right station. CLICK HERE to access the shuttle website.
Q. Where can I find the current exchange rate between Euro and other currencies?
A. We advise you to stay informed via the XE website, with which you will be able to convert into euros as many currencies as you like. CLICK HERE to access the website.