Université de Bordeaux | Life Haute Dronne

Building BBS (Bordeaux Biologie Santé), Carreire campus

2 Rue Docteur Hoffmann-Martinot 33000 Bordeaux

Just five minutes from the city centre, adjacent to the Bordeaux University Hospital (CHU), Carreire campus is home to students in the health sector and numerous research laboratories.


How to access:

  • Tram: Line A – St-Augustin (8min walk) 
  • Bus: Line 24 and 55 – Campus Carreire (12 min walk) and Line 73 – Bordeaux Carreire (11 min walk)
  • Train: L42


The documentation you need to enter France will depend greatly on where you are coming from:

  • If you are a citizen of any nation in the European Union, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, or Liechtenstein, you will only need your National Identification Document or a current passport. For minors, the National Identification Document must be accompanied by written parental permission.
  • If you are coming from any other country, in accordance with EU regulations, you must apply for a visa at the French Consulate for your country. You must also show an official passport. In this case, French authorities may require proof of accommodation, reservation confirmation by an official travel agency, a return ticket, tour agenda, or personal invitation. Likewise, you may be required to provide proof of sufficient funds to cover your stay in France. As the conditions stated above may vary, in case you need a visa please contact the French Embassy or Consulate in your country of residence to ensure you meet all requirements before traveling.

It is the responsibility of each participant to obtain a visa if necessary.

The average time for obtaining a visa can be between two and six weeks depending on the application date.

Check the French embassy and consulates in your country: