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As a student city by nature, Strasbourg has a wide range of available accommodation. Icam, site de Strasbourg-Europe is a partner in several student residences close to its campus, with 200 apartments set aside for its own students. Our team is here to help you find accommodation.


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housing platform

The Icam, site de Strasbourg-Europe real estate platform

Our real estate platform, which is restricted to our students and candidates, is a simple way to find your accommodation.

Thousands of rental ads for apartments, shared apartments and rooms in private homes, offered by student residences, private owners and agencies are available on our customised platform.

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Our accommodation service offers you a personalised interface and simplified navigation to help you search using a wide range of selection criteria: geographical location, price, surface area, etc. Log in to find the accommodation that ticks all your boxes. If you are not yet a candidate, contact us.

Housing benefits

Help with rent payments

1/ Help from the French Family Allowance Office (Caisse d’Allocations Familiales – CAF) – APL/ALS/ALF

To calculate the amount of housing benefit you are entitled to, and to fill in the necessary forms, go to the Caisse d’Allocations Familiales website.


2/ Action Logement’s Mobili-Jeunes benefit

The Mobili-Jeunes benefit is a subsidy that covers part of your rent (between €10 and €100 maximum) each month for one year. It is intended for young people under 30 years of age, in work-linked training (under an apprenticeship or vocational training contract) within a company in the private, non-agricultural sector.



Other types of housing benefit

1/ Action Logement’s Loca-Pass advance

Action Logement offers a zero-interest loan to help you pay your deposit. This loan allows you to pay the security deposit for your new home when you arrive. You then progressively pay it back to your landlord, without paying interest (over a period of up to 25 months).

Note: the Loca-Pass advance (€1,200 maximum) is restricted to students under 30 years of age who are either grant holders, trainees or have been under a fixed-term contract for at least 3 months.


2/ Action Logement’s free Visale guarantee

The Visale guarantee offers students between the ages of 18 and 30 a free rental deposit for all types of accommodation, regardless of income. Visale acts as a guarantor for the landlord.

You must apply online through the Action Logement platform before signing your lease. It should be noted that it is possible to combine this benefit with traditional student benefits such as the one provided by the French Family Allowance Office (CAF), as well as with other benefits from the Action Logement catalogue, such as the Mobili-Jeune benefit or the Loca-Pass benefit. Find out about all the financial help that is available to you, depending on your social profile.


3/ The Housing Solidarity Fund (Fond de Solidarité au Logement – FSL)

It provides more comprehensive assistance to people in difficulty, in the form of loans or subsidy.

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