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Fre e t ime culture, leisure and sporting activities office des sports de Rennes Espace Vélodrome 10 rue Alphonse Guérin 35000 Rennes Tel. +33 (0)2 23 20 42 90 Maison internationale de Rennes (MIR) (Rennes International House) 7 Quai Châteaubriand 35000 Rennes Tel. +33 (0)2 99 78 22 66 Rennes Métropole Tourist office 11 rue Saint-Yves - 35000 Rennes Tel. +33 (0)2 99 67 11 11 les Champs libres A citizen’s space TV channels and newspapers from around the world 10 cours des Alliés 35000 Rennes Tel: +33 (0)2 23 40 66 00 le point information de Rennes Métropole A wHERE To GET InFoRMaTIon In this section, you will find the addresses of the main information centres, where you can find out about all the cultural, sporting, arts, tourism and other activities on offer in Rennes. Centre d’accueil et de renseignements (CaR) (Rennes Town Hall Reception) Hôtel de Ville – Place de la Mairie 35000 Rennes Tél. +33 (0) 2 23 62 10 10 Centre régional d’information jeunesse Bretagne (CRIJB) - le 4 Bis (information centre for young people) 4 Bis cours des Alliés 35000 Rennes Tel. +33 (0)2 99 31 47 48 Rennes Métropole Information Service 4 avenue Henri Fréville 35000 Rennes Tel. +33 (0)2 99 86 62 62 la Mairie de Rennes © S. Priou For further information : Every year, at the beginning of September, the guide “ABC des Loisirs” (ABC of leisure activities) is published by the newspaper, Ouest-France, and the Centre Régional d'information jeunesse Bretagne (CRIJB – young people’s information centre). This guide lists the whole range of leisure activities available in Rennes. 57

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of The International RESEARCHER and PhD STUDENT’s Guide to RENNES

Introduction to Rennes
A - The city of Rennes
B - The Université Européenne de Bretagne
Entry and residency formalities
A - Obtaining a visa
B - Obtaining a carte de séjour (residency permit)
Health insurance and health care
A - Social security and health insurance
B - Access to health care
A - Finding somewhere to live
B - Practical information
C - Before arrival
D - Deposit and co-signing
Banks and money
A - Opening an account
B - The cost of living in Rennes
C - Income tax
D - Retirement pensions
Coming with your family
A - Administrative procedures
B - Educational system
C - Schools
D - Childcare facilities for young children
E - Organising work for your spouse
F - Family allowances/benefits
G - Unemployment and the Rights of Foreigners
Daily life
A - Eating
B - Getting around
C - Learning French
D - Communicating
Free time : culture, leisure and sporting activities
A - Where to get information
B - Cultural events and festivals in Rennes
C - Leisure activities
D - Sporting activities
Useful contacts

The International RESEARCHER and PhD STUDENT’s Guide to RENNES