It is divided into two main rooms and several study rooms. There are mostly management books, but other subjects that can be found include science, psychology, law, economics and languages. There is also a large collection of journals and magazines, numbering approximately 230 titles, which are available both in English and French. Avid readers of Time, the Economist and the Financial Post as well as Le Nouvel Observateur and l’Express will find more than enough to read.
The library is open from 8:30am to 7pm. from Monday to Friday.
CERAM Sophia Antipolis has 20,000 square meters of working space in a cluster of interlocking buildings with classrooms, auditoriums, a multimedia library, a multimedia laboratory, a digital/audio-visual television production studio, a variety of conference, amphitheatres and conference halls and a video-conferencing centre.
Sophia Antipolis is the first European Techno-park. In the heart of the countryside (60% conservation area), just 20 minutes from Nice Côte d’Azur Airport, major international high-tech companies, universities and research laboratories are pursuing their development.
The area offers many opportunities for recreation and social and cultural activities, including sea-water sports, mountaineering, museums, international jazz and film festivals.
You can find more than 23 student associations at CERAM Sophia Antipolis. Some of them deal especially with foreign students :
Interculture : http://communities.msn.fr/ceraminternationalclub/
The students from this association help for the integration of foreign students and organise week-end trips in the region.
BDE (Student Union Board) : email@example.com .
The B.D.E. is the main student association. It represents the link between the students and the administration and between the school and its environment (student\'s association, firms…).
Cedram was created in August 2000 by a group of five young Lebanese students who were motivated by the desire to share their country\'s cultural richness with the rest of the CERAM Sophia Antipolis students.
The sports facilities include a 100 square-metre gymnasium, a climbing wall, an archery field, an outside sports court reserved for volleyball and basketball, as well as a swimming pool located on the grounds of the student residence hall. All of these facilities may be accessed by CERAM Sophia Antipolis Students.
Several possibilities are available to students :
? CERAM Sophia Antipolis provides a list of accommodation offering a wide range of flat-share and house-share opportunities. These are available to rent outside the tourist season at particularly attractive rental prices.
? There are more than 8 student housing projects in Sophia Antipolis