Fees

Tuition fees

Tuition fees for the Master of Public Health programme for the 2019/2020 intake are as follow:

  1. EU students
    • Self-funded: official rate fixed by the French Ministry of Higher Education (for instance registration fees were 243 € per year for 2018/2019).
    • Funded by an employer, employment agency or other funding body: 8 000 € per year (incl. registration fees)
    • UK citizens : The UK has formally left the European Union (EU) on 31 January 2020. Having entered a transition period, the situation remains mostly the same until the end of that transition, set on 31 December 2020. Until the end of the transition period on 31 December 2020, British citizens are still treated like EU citizens regarding student mobility, fees and research in France.
  2. Non EU students
    • Self-funded or holder of a French government grant: 5 500 € per year (incl. registration fees)
    • Funded by an employer, employment agency or other funding body: 8 000 € per year (incl. registration fees)

Tuition fees include:

  • Enrollment in all courses of the programme
  • Free access to library facilities
  • 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.

*The exact amount of registration fees will be fixed by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research at the beginning of July 2020 (FYI the fees amount of 2019/2020 academic year were 243 €).

Additional mandatory fees

Contribution to Student Life and Campus (CVEC)

Students are required to pay a Contribution to Campus and Student Life (CVEC) of 91 € (for the academic year 2019/2020).

CVEC fees are mandatory for both EU and Non EU students (excepted for need-based grants holders in accordance with social criteria and for students with refugee status).

Further information on CVEC contribution here.

More information on the French Social Security scheme here.
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