Contact

Where are we?

60 cours Mirabeau
13100 Aix-en-Provence
Tél: (+33) 04 42 93 19 40
(for a call from abroad, remove the first 0)
centre.mazenod@gmail.com

 

Cloister of the Oblates

Cloister of the Oblates
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How to reach the EMIC (60 Cours Mirabeau)

By car

From Lyon
Leave the motorway at Pont de l’Arc (Exit N. 31) and go up on the left to Avenue Pierre Brosselette, then take Avenue des Belges. At the big fountain Rotonde – Place du Général de Gaulle), go to the upper end of Cours Mirabeau (take note : closed Tuesday and Thursday mornings). Besides, it is not possible to park in city centre. Choose a parking area: Mignet and Carnot are the nearest.

Arriving from Marseille
Take the direction marked « Centre-ville » and keep on until you reach the big fountain. Then follow the directions as above.

By public transport

From the station Aix-TGV : take the bus which will bring you to the city bus terminal in Aix (that is in the Cézanne area, underground). From there, either you can walk (about 15 minutes) to the Centre, or take the local bus MI (stop Forbin).

From the airport Marseille-Provence : Take the bus for Aix which leaves from just outside the arrivals hall (to the left) and which will bring you to the bus terminal in Aix. From there, on foot (15 minutes) or by taking the bus M1 (stop Forbin).

How to obtain an entry Visa for France

Any Oblate who has been officially enrolled for the program given by the EMIC in Aix-en-Provence, and who needs a Visa to enter France, should write to the Superior in Aix at least two months before the commencement of the program.

That person should send to the Superior of EMIC, by e-mail, the following documents : a recommendation from his Major Superior, a letter of commitment stating that he will leave French territory before the expiration of the Visa, a copy of the page in his passport containing his personal details, the date of his first vows, a copy of his return air ticket, the postal address and the telephone number at which he can be contacted.

After receiving all of the above-mentioned documents, the superior of the EMIC requests a letter of invitation which will be sent by express courier mail to the interested party. This letter is to be presented to the consulate in order to obtain the visa.