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Tuition fees

Tuition fees and financing

All the information that you may need about tuition fees and help with financing them can be found here.

Tuition fees

The rates below are based on up-front payment. They include administrative fees, documentation, course material, Internet, Intranet and other IT resources and a contribution to the running of associations. You can either pay up-front or in instalments. The amounts shown are for new students beginning a course at the start of the 2020-2021 academic year.

Three-year programme

Admission to the 1st year of the course two years after the Baccalaureate or via the Preparatory Class or INSEEC Evolution 1 competitive examinations

  • Year 1: €9,950
  • Year 2: €11,950
  • Year 3: €11,950

Two-year programme

Admission to the 2nd year of the course three/four years after the Baccalaureate or via the INSEEC Evolution 2 competitive examination

  • Year 1: €11,950
  • Year 2: €11,950

Help with financing your course

At the INSEEC Graduate School, there are various methods for helping students to finance their course. This aid can take the form of bank transfers or partial exemption from tuition fees.

It is awarded to students that meet certain defined criteria and up to the limit of available funds.

These aid systems are managed by Mrs. Elodie GLEIZES

Grants

1

State grants

The INSEEC School of Business and Economics is accredited to take students benefiting from State Grants (as a guide these range from €1,009 to €5,005 and are means-tested). You can fill in your Student Social File at:  www.etudiant.gouv.fr

2

INSEEC U. Solidarity Fund:

These grants are awarded to INSEEC students on social and academic criteria (students with French nationality studying full-time or on work-study programmes only) by the Solidarity Fund (means-tested; overall budget of €400,000).

3

“Mobility” grants

These are awarded on social criteria to students who wish to study abroad as part of their course in a higher education establishment or for a placement. (Only for 2nd and 3rd year students on overseas placements or studying in a partner university).

4

ERASMUS grants:

Finance to study in a partner European university or for a placement carried out in Europe.

5

Fondation Jacques Lambert (Fondation de France) grant:

Finance in the form of a grant towards tuition fees, for first-year students who can prove that they are in financial difficulty and who have obtained excellent results at university
https://www.fondationdefrance.org/fr/bourses-le-coup-de-pouce-pour-demarrer-dans-la-vie

6

INSEEC U. Innovation-Diversity Endowment Fund

Twice a year, the INSEEC U. Innovation-Diversity Endowment Fund awards Excellence Grants of up to 80% of tuition fees. Recipients are worthy students whose personal economic situation threatens to compromise their education and career. Each demand is examined individually and the amounts awarded enable recipients to look to the future more serenely.

Student loans

1

Loans on trust or reductions in tuition fees

Loans made by the school on different criteria (worthy students, siblings, students repeating a year).

2

Negotiation of student loans from partner banks

The school administrative department has contacts with all the major banks that offer student loans at preferential rates (BNP, LCL, SG, CCF).

3

Oséo student loan guaranteed by the state :

This system allows the student to obtain a loan to finance their education from a partner bank without the requirement of a guarantee from a friend or relative. Loans are granted whatever the income of the student or their parents and whichever course is being studied (up to €15,000).

Other forms of help

1

Payment in instalments

It is possible to pay tuition fees in instalments

2

Payment

It is possible to be paid during obligatory placements and during the optional gap year (between €700 and €1,400 per month on average).

3

Course organisation

The frequency of teaching is designed to facilitate access to paid student jobs. INSEEC School of Business and Economics (IBO in Bordeaux) student associations offer a variety of paid employment throughout the year: street marketing, in-store demonstrations, hosting, events, questionnaire administration…

4

Apprenticeship, vocational training, work-study agreements

Different systems have been set up to help students cover the cost of tuition.

Our banking partners

Paris campus

Société Générale:
PARIS BELLEVILLE branch – 3 Rue Rebeval 75019 Paris – Contact: +33 (0)1 53 38 89 00
PARIS SIMON BOLIVAR branch – 103 Av Simon Bolivar 75019 Paris – Contact: +33 (0)1 42 02 27 12

BNP PARIBAS:
BNP PARIBAS Goncourt branch – 156 Avenue Parmentier 75010 Paris – Contact: +33 (0)1 40 18 73 08

BRED ESPACE GRANDES ECOLES:
Your INSEEC advisor: +33 (0)1 56 71 67 51

LCL:
PARIS GONCOURT branch – 150 Avenue Parmentier 75011 Paris – Contact: +33 (0)1 49 23 18 60

Bordeaux campus

Société Générale:
BORDEAUX branch – 28 Crs de l’Intendance 33000 Bordeaux – Tel.: +33 (0)5 56 56 44 49

BORDEAUX CHARTRONS branch – 1 Crs Balguerie Stuttenberg 33000 Bordeaux – Tel.: +33 (0)5 57 87 42 14

BORDEAUX VICTOIRE branch – 1 Pl de la Victoire 33000 Bordeaux – Tel.: +33 (0)5 56 94 43 46

Lyon campus

INSEEC Grande École is a private multidisciplinary higher education and research institution located in Paris, Lyon, Bordeaux and Chambéry. With campuses in London, Monaco, Geneva, San Francisco and Shanghai, INSEEC U. occupies a unique place in the French educational landscape.

To find out about all our programme offerings and our Schools, please check INSEEC.COM

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