Monthly Archives: March 2021

AirBnB

If you look for a source of income, you may consider the website AirBnB! I recommend you to read its policies and guides, and if you can respect all its regulations, start it!

You just need to create an account, introduce what kind of room? apartment? a bed? or even just a small place to sleep! it is you who can decide to share what part of your apartment or room. You will create your rules, and price for each night (it’s better to be near to its automatic suggestion).

Some useful hints:
1. You can rent your room, bed, … when you want! i mean, one time a week, 2 times, or more… and check in from (for example) after 2 in the afternoon, or night from 8 or 10, and can fix the check out for example upto 8, 9, 10 or even noon! its up to you.
2. you can choose your clients before accepting as your guest.

Please attention: You have to respect all requirements and policies of being a good host! If a client or guest gives you a negative comment, Airbnb may close your account.

Good luck 🙂

How to find a job in France?

There are many ways for foreign graduates to find work in France.

When you are student, you may check your university website for the new announces, the best job offers are there for you. Then, there are many sites for students and non-students which can help you to find a good job, like:

  1. https://www.jobaviz.fr/rechercher-un-job-etudiant
  2. https://www.studentjob.fr/job-etudiant
  3. https://jobs-stages.letudiant.fr/jobs-etudiants/offres
  4. https://fr.indeed.com/emplois?q=Etudiant&l=

 Staying In France When You Graduate And Finding A Job

Non-European students

To stay in France after graduating, non-European students must have a promise of employment or a work contract and be paid at least one and a half times the minimum wage (2,220 euros gross per month in 2017).

Without the promise of employment, a foreign, non-European graduate may request an Autorisation Provisoire de Séjour (APS – temporary resident permit) valid for twelve months and non-renewable, while they seek employment in France. To do this, they must have a professional Bachelor’s or a Master’s-level degree or be in the process of starting a company.

Some practical advices when looking for work in france

Before starting to look for a job, identify the type of position you’re looking for. Then prepare your CV and a cover letter to meet French expectations.

Keep an eye on sites with job opportunities and create email alerts by saving your search criteria. Pôle Emploi , APEC and other sites mentioned in above.

Take the time to update your CV and adapt it to the job offer you are applying for.

Be sure to send in spontaneous applications to companies that interest you, so they get to know you.

Be careful with your ereputation and the information about you that everyone can access. Recruiters are more and more frequently using the social networks to form an idea about the applicants they’re thinking of calling in.

Go to job fairs to meet recruiters. CV and cover letter in hand, you will have several interviews in one day. As you won’t have much time to win them over, make sure you are well-prepared.

Use Your End-Of-Studies Internship Well

The end-of-studies internship is often mandatory. It lets you develop some understanding of the work world and apply the theory and skills you learnt during your years of studying. If your programme does not require an internship, nothing is stopping you from doing one anyway: it is a good way to pad out your CV and develop a professional network that you can later mobilise.

Get Help Looking For Work

There are many establishments offer graduates help finding work.

Graduates (four years after A-levels/high school) can contact the APEC (Association pour l’emploi des cadres). They can help you look for work. Otherwise, contact the Pôle Emploi agency: they assist all job-seekers, regardless of their level of studies.

Activate Your Professional Networks

Let those around you know that you are looking for work and find out about the companies that are recruiting in your field. The professional social networks, such as LinkedIn, will let you put your CV on line, maintain and develop a professional network and respond to job offers.

The alumni networks such as France Alumni, a platform for foreign graduates of the French system, are highly-effective tools when it comes to finding work or for learning about the companies that interest you.

Classement des meilleures villes étudiantes de France (par le Figaro)

The largest and best student cities in France in 2020 according to Figaro ranking:

Quelle est la meilleure ville où étudier en France? C’est une question que tous les jeunes se posent à l’heure où ils choisissent leur lieu d’études. Pour établir ce classement, nous avons soumis ces villes à une batterie d’indicateurs dans six grandes catégories: démographie étudiante, offre de formation, logement étudiant, vie étudiante, cadre de vie, emploi des jeunes. …

click ici:

Classement des villes étudiantes

1. Toulouse

2. Lyon

3. Nantes

4. Grenoble

5. Marseille-Aix

APS – Temporary Resident Permit

At the end of your studies and after obtaining a degree of French higher education, you can request a Temporary Resident Permit to look for work or start a company.

The Temporary Resident Permit, or APS (for “Autorisation Provisioire de Séjour”), allows foreign students to remain in France for one year after the end of their studies. During this period, they may look for a job (without restriction) or prepare for the creation of a company in a field corresponding to their training.

Until a work contract has been signed, for a fixed period of time (CDD) or indefinite (CDI), foreign graduates with an APS are authorised to work under the same conditions as if they were students, meaning to a maximum of 964 hours per year, or approximately 20 hours per week.

The Temporary Resident Permit is accessible to foreign students who:

  • have a Licence Professionelle (vocational degree);
  • have a Master’s-level degree or equivalent such as an Engineering degree, a degree from an institute of political studies (IEP), a higher accounting and management degree, a veterinary degree, etc;
  • have a specialist Master’s;
  • have a Master’s of Science (MSc) certified by the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles;
  • wish to start their own company.

To obtain this Visa You must send your request for a Temporary Resident Permit to the Prefecture.

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À la fin de vos études et après l’obtention d’un diplôme de l’enseignement supérieur français, vous pouvez faire une demande d’autorisation provisoire de séjour pour chercher un travail ou créer votre entreprise.

L’autorisation provisoire de séjour, ou APS, permet aux étudiants étrangers de rester en France pendant un an après la fin de leurs études. Pendant cette période, ils peuvent chercher un poste salarié sans que la situation de l’emploi en France ne leur soit opposable ou préparer la création d’une entreprise dans un domaine qui correspond à leur formation.

Pour obtenir cette Visa, Il faut vous présenter à la préfecture de votre lieu de résidence 15 jours avant l’expiration de votre titre de séjour avec les documents suivants (originaux et photocopies) :
lettre de votre établissement indiquant la date de votre soutenance,
passeport,
titre de séjour,
justificatif de domicile de moins de 3 mois.

Sim Card

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If you are staying in France as a tourist or for work purposes for at least a week, it is well worth getting a prepaid French SIM card to use in the country.

Having a French telephone number will allow you to make phone calls in France for relatively cheap, and several prepaid plans offer special rates for calling abroad.

 What’s more, if you are spending a bit of time in France, having a phone is useful for checking business hours or opening hours for museums, along with confirming reservations and appointments for instance.

 Additionally, if you are moving to France, you may have noticed that a French telephone number is required in many bureaucratic processes. Buying a cheap, pay-as-you-go phone for your first month in France can be a helpful short cut to make any of these procedures easier to complete.

There are four main mobile phone providers in France, along with several smaller providers and low-cost offshoots. Each major provider has its own network, and smaller providers rely on one or a combination of the major provider networks.

The main cell phone providers are:

  • Orange (pronunciation: “Aw-rawnj“): Formerly France Telecom, Orange is the biggest mobile phone provider in France. The company offers both postpaid and pay-as-you-go mobile phone plan options.
  • SFR (pronunciation: “Ess-eff-air“): The second-largest mobile phone provider in France, SFR offers both prepaid and postpaid mobile phone plans
  • Bouygues Telecom (pronunciation: “Boo-eeg tel-eh-com“): Bouygues Telecom is the third-largest mobile phone provider in France, and offers both pay-as-you-go as well as postpaid mobile phones
  • Free Mobile (pronunciation: “Free maw-beel“): The most recent mobile provider, Free mobile offers low-cost postpaid mobile phone plans, sans engagement (no contract).

You can get a prepaid SIM card and credit, from 5 euro to how much you need, from a mobile phone provider’s boutique (Orange, SFR, or Bouygues Telecom), from an electronics store (Darty or FNAC), tabacs (tobacconist), a post office, or from larger supermarkets. Regardless of whether you need to buy a phone or if you have one already, we recommend buying your prepaid SIM card from a larger electronics store or from a provider’s boutique – you’ll be more likely to find someone who speaks a bit of English than in a supermarket or a tabac.

Voila! insert the SIM card into your phone, and you’re good to go! If you need more dredit, you can easily buy it from different stores.

If you plant to stay more in France, and use more data and telephone, we recommend you to change your prepaid sim card to a “forfait” which you can pay monthly, with lots of interesting options!

Cost of living in France

 

 

Cost of living in France is one of the most crucial aspects to be considered for anyone planning to move to this country. Generally, students are looking to cover their living costs independently. The amount spent on meals, living, and travelling varies mainly between individuals, and cities they are residing in. For instance, Paris can have its rent prices six times of what it would be in smaller towns. 

 Rent and Housing Costs in France

 As mentioned in the article above, the cost of rent varies across the country. On average, the rent prices in France are €659 for a one-bedroom apartment in the City Centre. Meanwhile, the costs come down to around €300 outside the City Centre. For most major cities, it would be beneficial to go house hunting a couple of months before moving in, while a few weeks is enough for smaller towns. September and October is generally a more difficult time to search for houses, as many international students come in for their studies.

Travelling Costs in France

 Public transport costs are cheaper in France when compared to the United States. Local one-way tickets cost €1.6 on an average, while a monthly pass would cost €51. A new car (VW Golf 1.4 or similar) would cost about €20000 in France, that is approximately 13% higher than the USA. But, gasoline prices are considerably low in the USA. One litre would cost you €1.5 in France.

 Cost of Education in France

Public Education flourishes in France. The state pays for every child’s education from 6 to 16 years old. The only issue is that public schools are not bi-lingual. Hence, for parents looking to enroll their children in international schools should account for higher costs in this parameter. Costs vary to a large extent here too. Schools’ fees start from about €2250 per annum. As far as universities are concerned, state universities are very reasonably priced, and reasonable also. Another point to be noted is that international students do not need to pay higher fees, as it is in some countries. A bachelors (or equivalent) would cost €200 at a public university and between €3000 to €10000 at a private university.

 Cost of Healthcare in France

Like education, healthcare also receives a reasonably high amount of subsidization. State health insurance is available to everyone staying in France for more than three months. The French Social Security system duns this insurance (called PUMA). This insurance covers about 70% of the medical costs, and in some cases, even 100% of the costs.

 Cost of Utilities and Groceries in France

 Not going into precise details, the average cost for an 85 square metre apartment is €160 per month. These costs are very reasonable when compared to the rest of Europe. The monthly budget for groceries per person should be €220 to €290.

Médecins iraniens en France

Boulogne

Dr Vahid Hebrahiminia (Médecin généraliste)
01 46 08 38 19

Dijon

زهره همتی  Zohreh Hemmati (Médecin généraliste)
54 Rue Jeannin 21000 Dijon,
03 80 67 42 29

Paris

Dr Azadeh TAHAEI, آزاده طاهایی
Pédiatre – متخصص اطفال
156 Bd de Magenta, 75010 Paris
01 48 74 75 66

Dr Ebrahim Ayani (Médecin généraliste)
01 43 73 27 14

پریناز-ماتیلد غفاری 
Médecin vasculaire (متخصص عروق)
Hopital Saint Joseph, 185Rue Raymond Losserand 75674 Paris
01.44.12.74.86

لیلا مستوفی
Médecin nutritionniste
8 Rue Clapeyron, 75008 Paris
06 10 82 55 94

ژوبین نجاهی
1rue ferdinand de lesseps 94000 Créteil
01.42.07.31.53

همایون نادری
Hôpital Albert Chenevier
40Rue de Mesly 94010 Créteil
01.49.81.31.31

وحید ابراهیمی نیا
Hôpital Henri Mondor
51avenue du Mal de Lattre de Tassigny 94010 Créteil
01.49.81.21.11

فرزین حجت انصاری
3Allée des Rosiers 92230 GENNEVILLIERS
01.47.33.10.98

عباس کوشکی
13av de bretigny, 91700 sainte genevieve des bois
01.69.46.03.42

Dr Alain-Reza Rabani (dermatologue)
01 45 05 07 03

Pr Rahmat Samihi (dermatologue)
01 45 65 04 89

Dr Mehran Hamedani – (chirurgien dentiste)
54 Rue du Père Corentin, 75014 Paris
01 53 90 10 51

Férolles-Attilly

Sepideh Du Basty
Fondation cognacq-jay Hopital Forcilles Lieu-dit Forcilles 77150 Férolles-Attilly
01.60.64.60.60

Les Ulis

هما نیکوخواه
3Av. des Tropiques 91958 LES ULIS
01.69.82.74.38

Lyon

Dr Nazaninne Divanali (Médecin généraliste)
06 70 84 89 40

Montpellier

Hedyeh NADAFI-STOFFEL
10Rue Enclos Fermaud, 34000 Montpellier
04.67.63.59.74

Nice

آنتوان نراقی
2Bis Boulevard de Cimiez Nice 06000
04.93.13.07.42

Plaisir

امیر شریفی
25rue République 78370 Plaisir
01.30.55.30.88

Romilly-sur-seine

Ferdinand TAGHIZADEH
3Rue de l’Union 10100 Romilly-sur-seine
03.25.24.85.27

Ézanville

منوچهر قناد
4rue des Ecoles 95460 Ézanville
01.39.91.15.95

Saint ouen l’aumône

بیژن عروجی
13Av. du Générale de Gaulle 95310 Saint ouen l’aumône
01.34.21.88.11

Strasbourg

خدیوی مکامه،  Khadivi Mékameh پزشک عمومی (Médecin généraliste)
26 Place de l’esplanade, 67000 Strasbourg
03 88 39 80 22

Toulouse

Dr. Hémati – دکتر همتی، دندانپزشک
37 Grande Rue Saint-Michel, 31400 Toulouse
05 61 53 26 93

دکتر مقدس زاده، پزشک عمومی Dr. Moghadaszadeh
44 Boulevard Vincent Auriol, 31170 Tournefeuille
0582952097

دکتر مهرداد صادقی، دندانپزشک
3 Allée Jacques Brel, 31120 Portet-sur-Garonne
0562201202

دکتر مریم صادقی، دندانپزشک
61 Ave. Maurice Bourges-Maunoury, 31200 Toulouse
0561612910

Vernouillet

Camélia ROUDIERE
27Rue de Marsauceux 28500
02.37.43.76.96

Vitry-sur-Seine

شهرام سعیدی – Dr Shahram Saïdi (Médecin généraliste)
11 Rue Voltaire 94400 Vitry-sur-Seine
01.46.82.04.10

Traducteurs iraniens en France

Iranian official translators in France
مترجمین ایرانی مورد تایید در فرانسه

Aix-en Provence
Guicharel Badrossadat
04.42.38.80.39; 06.74.12.82.77

Angers
Shahzad MADANCHI, شهرزاد معدنچی,
(traductrice assermentée près la cour d’appel d’Angers)
06 44 37 71 45 , shahzad.madanchi@gmail.com

Courbevoie
شکوفه قریشی
01.47.88.45.20; 06.60.49.77.48

Dijon
امیر پهلوان
03.80.41.47.27

Grenoble
مترجم ایرانی در گرونوبل
زهره بهارمست
04 76 46 79 01

Lyon
مترجم ایرانی در لیون
Neda Bahrami, ندا بهرامی
06 67 14 33 29, nedabahramie@gmail.com

Montpellier
مترجم ایرانی در مونپلیه
فریور اقوامی
04.67.52.53.63; 06.24.22.91.79
فهیمه اسدی روسی
07.82.22.85.76; rossi.fahimeh@yahoo.fr

Nancy
مترجم ایرانی در نانسی
بهمن رحیمی
06.03.44.85.12

Paris
مترجمین ایرانی در پاریس
غلامعلی آذربا
01.45.71.02.28, 06.84.96.26.09

کامکار پارسی
01.42.28.49.63

هدی سجادی
Créteil
01.77.32.45.16, 06.83.88.07.50, sajjadihoda@yahoo.fr

Strasbourg
مترجم ایرانی در استراسبورگ
ناهید جمالی
03.88.34.14.92; 06.75.33.87.17

Tours
کریمی گودرزی
02.45.47.78.30; 06.31.67.58.69

Toulouse
مترجمین ایرانی در تولوز

فریده واحدی, Farideh VAHEDI
(Traductrice – interprète assermentée (persane, (farsi, dari) Iran & Afghanistan), expert près la cour d’appel de Toulouse)
0671808032

فرانس ریاحی, France RIAHI
(Traductrice – interprète , près la cour d’appel de Toulouse)
0652309606

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Restaurant persan en France

Persian restaurant in France

Paris

رستوران پارادیس
10 rue Marius Jacotot 92800 Puteaux
01.47.74.65.26

رستوران پرشیانا
7 rue Mademoiselle 75015 Paris
09.81.19.10.19

رستوران شبستان
38 venue de Versailles 75016 Paris
01.45.25.51.15

Nice

رستوران آلونک
3 rue Alsace Lorraine – 06000 Nice
04.93.85.86.50

Nants

رستوران داریوش
7 rue Armand Brossard – 44000 Nants
02.40.47.16.75

Besançon

La fleur de sel
13 Rue de l’École, 25000 Besançon
03.81.83.33.95

Toulouse

Assiette en Fête 31
Tous les dimanches: Marché Saint Aubin, coté canal: Insta: assietteenfete31
 (انواع غذاهای ایرانی و …) روزهای یکشنبه، از 8:30 تا 13:30، بازار سنت اوبن، کنار کانال

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Restaurant Shalizar, رستوران شالیزار
100 Rue Achille Viadieu, 31400 Toulouse
05 61 32 69 55

Aix-en-Provence

Le Jasmin de Persepolis رستوران
6rue de la Fonderie – 13100 Aix-en-Provence
04.42.38.05.89

Strasbourg

رستوران پرشیا، Restaurant Persia
6 Rue de l’Abreuvoir, 67000 Strasbourg
03 88 16 17 24

 

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