Going to school and living on your own. Where to start?

I currently live in the suburbs of Paris as an au pair and I'm 27 years old. My work contract will be up in september of this year, more than likely I will have to move out by august as that's the time my residence permit expires. I want to get my BA here which is normally a 3yr degree, so I'm looking into living here and going to school.

I know most of you live in the US but I think the question remains the same, how to make it work? I need a foundation on where to start so anything is appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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I would seek out resources at unis in France. Find the undergrad admissions office or advising office and see if you can get information from them. If your residence permit expires and you want to remain and be a student, I supposed you will have to apply for a student permit/visa as well as work authorization so that you can live, go to school and work there.
Once you're a student you have authorization to work up to 25hrs a week. But I will see about the admissions for housing. They don't have dorms here as they don't have campuses, but I will see what I can find.


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