What are the different ways of financing studies?
There are several ways to finance your studies, they can be divided into two main families:
Initial training, also known as “classic”. In this case the financing can be done thanks to :
- A bank loan. INSEEC is a partner of many banking institutions which grant loan solutions at advantageous rates.
- Self-financing: “love money” from parents or personal savings. During the entire period of study, the student has the possibility of working in internships, fixed-term contracts, freelance work, temporary work or “small jobs”. Schools are often looking for students to help them with professional events. A well-paid internship coupled with personal savings can help finance the initial training.
- Grants and subsidies, private or public, to consult on our dedicated page.
Continuing education, i.e. financing by an external organization. This can be :
- Via work-study: professionalization contract or apprenticeship contract signed with a company. In this case, it is the company and its OPCO that pay the tuition fees.
- Via the CPF, for professionals who wish to retrain or go back to school in order to qualify for better jobs. Formerly the Individual Right to Training, the Personal Training Account allows any employee or job seeker to follow a training course on their own initiative.
What are the tuition fees at INSEEC?
Tuition fees at INSEEC differ according to :
- The program: Bachelor, BBA, MSc & MBA or Grande Ecole
- Depending on the year, from BAC+1 to BAC+5
- Depending on the type of training, initial or continuous
- Depending on the type of teaching, in French or English
- Depending on the financing, in one or more instalments.
You will find the details of the tuition fees on each course sheet.