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General Information

Course Dates

Monday, June 3 to Friday, June 7, 2013

Course Organizing Bureau

Erasmus Conferences Tours & Travel S.A.
T. (+30) 210 7414728 - Fax: (+30) 210 7257532

Official Language

The official language of the Course is English. No simultaneous translation will be provided.

Currency / Credit Cards / Banking

Since 2001, the currency used in France is the euro. One euro is divided up into 100 euro-cents. There are eight different coins (1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 euro-cents) and seven notes (5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 euros).

Credit cards

As well as in cash, purchases can be paid for using the most common credit cards. This payment system is common in French shops, which generally display the symbols of the credit cards they accept on the outside door. If you pay by credit card you will be asked to show an identity document.
Travelers’ cheques (in USD or Euros) can also be cashed in French banks.


Tips are not compulsory and in France there are no generally established rules, although it is common practice to leave a sum amounting to around 10% of the bill if you are satisfied with the service you have received.

Passport & VISA Requirements

European citizens whose country is under the authority of the Schengen Treaty may enter France with nothing more than a valid identity card or passport. Citizens from all other countries must show their passport upon entry in the country; where a visa is required, this must also be presented to the border authorities and must indicate the length of the holder's stay and his or her destination. Visa applications -specifying the reason for the trip- must be made to the French Embassy/Consulate in the applicant's country of residence, and are generally issued within 90 days from the application’s submission.


A round-pin adaptor is necessary for electrical appliances.

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