Fees

Tuition Fees

Tuition fees for the Master of Public Health will be the following:

  •  students coming from EU countries: official rate fixed by the French Ministry of Higher Education (registration fees 256€ per year for 2017/2018).
  •  for students coming from EU countries in the framework of Continuous Training agreements:  8 000 € per year (incl. registration fees 256€), if funded by an employer, employment agency or other funding body.
  • for non-EU students (international cooperation programme) 5 500 € per year (incl. registration fees 256€), if self-funded, scholarship holder of the French government, or 8 000 € per year (incl. registration fees 256€), if funded by an employer, employment agency or other funding and scholarship schemes.

Tuition fees include:

  • Enrollment in all the teaching units and modules
  • Free access to library facilities
  • Language course (for M1 students in the international cooperation programme)
  • Tutoring and administrative support

They do not include costs related to accommodation, food, international travel and travel in Paris or in France, nor health and other insurance.

Once a candidate is officially selected, a first instalment will be required to guarantee his / her place in the MPH programme.

Additional mandatory fees

According to the new law “Orientation and success of students” (adopted on February 2018), the annual fee of 217€ (in 2017) for registration to the Student Social Security scheme is removed.

A new single contribution to “student life” will be settled to contribute to the development of student cultural, sports and health prevention initiatives (through SIUMPPS).

That cost will be 90€ for all students (students holder of a scholarship based on social criteria & students with a refugee status are exempted) .

This contribution will be collected by the CROUS ( Centre Régional des Oeuvres Universitaires et Scolaires) through a specific process.

Further information on that matter will be updated as soon as defined by relevant French authorities.

Please check the website.

More information on the French Social Security scheme here.

Scholarships

If you wish to see which scholarship programme could be useful for your studies, depending on your nationality and profile, you can find helpful information on our FAQ page, section Financial information.

 

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