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The university will be providing temporary accommodation. The website of the consulate I am applying at (http://www.consulfrance-losangeles.org/spip.php?article2904) does not provide information on what type of documentation to show for temporary stay at a university.

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The premise of your question is incorrect:

The website of the consulate I am applying at (http://www.consulfrance-losangeles.org/spip.php?article2904) does not provide information on what type of documentation to show for temporary stay at a university.

In fact, item 4 on that page is

4- Short stay visa for studies (90 days or under)

That links to http://www.consulfrance-losangeles.org/spip.php?article792, including a section headed "Application Requirements," which has as its item 12 (emphasis added)

12 — PROOF OF ACCOMMODATION

  • Confirmed hotel reservations for your entire stay in the Schengen states or a letter from the school listing the full address of accommodation and length of stay. Your dates of accommodation must match your flight reservations (arrival and departure date in the Schengen area).
  • or, if you are staying with friends or family, original of "Attestation d’Accueil" that your host has to request at the City Hall (Mairie) in France + ONE COPY
  • Can I apply for a study visa to attend a 5 day workshop? I thought I had to enroll in a university course. – J. Doe Jun 6 '17 at 19:24
  • @J.Doe there's no other category on the page that you linked to that applies to you, and I don't see anything in this category that excludes short-term educational programs like a workshop. Have you asked the school about it? – phoog Jun 6 '17 at 19:47
  • in france, university course is usually more than 90 days. – francois Jun 7 '17 at 1:20
  • @francois of course. And the visa we're discussing applies only to stays of 90 days or fewer. What conclusion would you draw from these two facts? – phoog Jun 7 '17 at 4:53

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