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International Student Registration Fees

Differential registration fees : how does it work?


Starting from the 2020-2021 academic year, international students born outside the European Union will have to pay different registration fees from those paid by French or European students.
These differential registration fees concern international students born outside the European Union and who enroll in a French higher education cycle for a Bachelor's or Master's degree for the first time. These fees will only be paid the first year of the chosen cycle (Bachelor or Master). Fees for subsequent years will be the same as for French or European students.

Are you impacted ?

 

Only students born outside the European Union who register at UT Capitole on an individual basis for a bachelor's or master's degree are concerned by the differential fees and therefore by possible fee waivers.

For more information on eligibility conditions, please visit the Campus France website

Fee waivers : how does it work ?

Currently, the registration fees for French and European students amount to 170 € for the Bachelor's degree and 243 € for the Master's degree (more information).

The registration fees for students born outside the European Union amount to 2770 € for the Bachelor's degree and 3770 € for the Master's degree.

In the framework of the new waiver policy for registration fees at UT Capitole, international students born outside the European Union can benefit from a partial waiver. This one is limited and granted on the basis of specific criteria.

Consequently, these students will pay the same registration fees as those paid by French and European students.
Please note that the fee waiver only concerns national registration fees and does not apply to any additional training fees.

The Commission in charge of examining the applications for an admission to the chosen programmes will decide on a possible fee waiver at the same time.

Students who benefit from a partial fee waiver will be informed at the same time of:
  • the decision of the admission Committee
  • the reply related to the partial waiver of registration fees

Fee waivers : what criteria ?


Fee waivers are granted according to specific criteria related to each faculty/school.
 

Faculty of Law and Political Science

Students who meet both criteria will benefit from partial waiver of registration fees :
● criterion based on “francophonie” : prior obtention of at least one diploma delivered in the French language and validating an academic curriculum delivered in French.
excellence criterion : the Admission Committee will examine the applications on a case-by-case basis.

Students selected within the framework of the European School of Law programmes will benefit from partial waiver of registration fees. It concerns only the national registration fees and does not apply to any additional training costs.

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Faculty of Administration & Communication

Students who meet the criterion based on “francophonie” (prior obtention of at least one diploma delivered in French language and validating an academic curriculum delivered in French) will benefit from partial waiver of registration fees.

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Faculty of Information Technology

Students who meet one of the following criteria will benefit from partial waiver of registration fees :
● criterion based on “francophonie” : prior obtention of at least one diploma delivered in the French language and validating an academic curriculum delivered in French.
excellence criterion : the Admission Committee will examine the applications on a case-by-case basis.

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Toulouse School of Economics (TSE)

Students who meet the excellence criterion (the Admission Committee will examine the applications on a case-by-case basis) as well as candidates selected as part of an international degree will benefit from partial waiver of registration fees. It concerns only the national registration fees and does not apply to any additional training costs.

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Toulouse School of Management (TSM)

Students who meet the excellence criterion (the Admission Committee will examine the applications on a case-by-case basis) will benefit from partial waiver of registration fees. It concerns only the national registration fees and does not apply to any additional training costs.

IUT Rodez

Students who meet the criterion based on “francophonie” (prior obtention of at least one diploma delivered in French language and validating an academic curriculum delivered in French) will benefit from partial waiver of registration fees.