Student budget and Social Welfare

The budget of a Supélec includes three different parts :

  1. A contribution towards the cost of training, collected by the School, corresponding to the enrolment fee and the cost of pedagogical supplies

  2. Social welfare contribution and other compulsory fees, which the School transfers to the concerned government services

  3. The rents, paid to the tenant organisation in charge of the residence on each campus


To which are added food expenses and the various personal expenses not specific to schooling (clothing, leisure, mutual insurance, etc.) Upon their arrival at the School, students may also acquire a professional laptop supplied with the software needed during their schooling, which they may continue to use after their studies. This offer is specified each year.


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Contribution towards training costs
(juin 12)
Enrolment fee
1 140 €
If agreement between Supelec & your own scholl
0 €
Copies of hand-written courses
420 €
pedagogical supports
450 €
occupational accident insurance (compulsory fee)
13 €
CFC fee (rights of copy - compulsory fee)
7 €
Social Welfare

Student social security for 2011/12 period (new rate to be published soon)
203 €




Rent Gif Campus (average rate for 10 months without housing support)
3 470 to 4 120 €



Contribution towards training costs

1. Engineer diploma and specialised diploma


An enrolment fee of € 1,140 is due by all student seeking to obtain an Engineer diploma, whatever thier nationality and mode of admission - wheter by examination or through diploma - for their initial training.

For students enrolled in order to obtain a specialised diploma or those following a professional development programme, the enrolment fee is € 5,110 .

Foreign students admitted within the framework of an international exchange programme (Socrates, Erasmus, TIME…) and who have paid their enrolment fee at their institution are exempt from paying the 🛮.

Hand-written courses, pedagogical supports, access to the computer network and to documentary resources should be added to these enrolment fees.

Concerning all other special cases (salaried employee of an enterprise, applicant for work...), please contact Secrétariat Général (33 1 69 85 12 63).



2. Research Master Diploma


For students enrolled in order to obtain a research master diploma, the enrolment fee is published by the Journal Officiel in august. The given amount of € 237 corresponds to the 2010 – 2011 school year.

An all in price of € 225 for the school year, should be added corresponding to the necessary hand-written courses, pedagogical supports, access to the computer network and to documentary resources.



Social welfare and compulsory fees

The precise amount of the Social Security fees for students is specified each year in the Journal Officiel. The given amount of € 203 corresponds to the 2011 – 2012 school year. The occupational accidents insurance contribution is compulsory for all. You can download the cerfa registration form to the Social Security (just print 1 page, fill out & sent it with your file).

The CFC contribution, following the agreement between Supélec and the CFC (Centre Français de Copie – French Centre for Copyrights), allows students to legally make and use photocopies of documents protected by copyright.



Rent

The School premises have an accommodation capacity for all our students. Without taking into account the various aids granted in most cases (Aide Personnalisée au Logement - APL - or Allocation Logement à caractère Social - ALS), the rates vary between 347 € and 412 € per month on Gif Campus, depending on the type of room, during 10 months.

All of these enrolment fees, contributions, other fees, dues, together with the first month of rent for in-residence housing, are due upon admission and on the first day of the school year.



Financial arrangements

Students with financial difficulties may benefit from various aids or payment facilities.

To obtain a french government grant (BGF), the claim must be made exclusively in your country. To obtain such a grant and the BGF status (grant holder from the French government) apply to the cultural service or the scientific and technical co-operation service of the French Embassy or to the French mission of co-operation and cultural action in your country. They will tell you about the procedure. You must make your claim at the beginning of the academic year (September, October) preceding your coming to France.

Few honorary scholarships may also be granted by the Supélec Alumni association (Amicale des Ingénieurs Supélec) or by other organisations.

Banks loans at very preferential rates may also be granted within the framework of specific agreements between Supélec and partner banks.

Student jobs may help students finance part or all of their training budget. Ask for more information on the first day of school from the General Secretariat or from the various Student associations (BDE, Junior

 
Last update : 12/06/2012