|Master's Degree||National fees*|
*243€ for 2021-2022.
Master’s: DGEs (grand établissement degrees)
Flexible registration fees are calculated on the basis of the total gross income of the reference tax household in year N-2.
Thus, for the year 2021-2022, the amount of tuition fees, calculated on the basis of total gross income for 2019 (2020 tax notice on 2019 income), is as follows:
|Is less than 35,000 euros ||National fees*|
|Is between 35 000 et 40 000 euros||1 710 euros**|
|Is between 40 000 et 50 000 euros||2 280 euros**|
|Is between 50 000 et 60 000 euros||2 850 euros**|
|Is between 60 000 et 70 000 euros||3 420 euros**|
|Is between 70 000 et 80 000 euros||4 180 euros**|
|Is between 80 000 et 100 000 euros||4 790 euros**|
|Is between 100 000 et 120 000 euros||5 400 euros**|
|Above 120 000 euros||6 630 euros**|
|In case of tax residence outside an EU member state (for the parents or the student if tax detached) |
6 630 euros**
No abatement possible
*243 euros for 2021-2022.
**Access rights to electronic documentation and computer rooms are included in these fees.
Tuition fees amounting to €243 for:
- Master’s in Quantitative Economics with a specialization in Quantitative Economic Analysis (research)
- Master’s in International Affairs and Development with a specialization in International Economics and Development (research)
- Master’s in International Affairs and Development with a specialization in Sustainable Development and Corporate Responsibility (research)
*€243 for the 2021-22 academic year.
For income brackets between 35,000 euros and 70,000 euros, any student whose tax residence of the parents or of the student (if tax detached) is in a Member State of the European Union can benefit from the 2 cumulative deductions:
- Allowance of 570 euros, if the family has more than one child in post-baccalaureate training: the photocopy of the student card of the year N is proof;
- Allowance of 570 euros when the family's tax residence is located outside the Ile-de-France region, documented by the address shown on the tax notice. In the event of a move since the tax assessment notice, produce any proof of residence that is less than 6 months old.
Master’s in Fashion and Materials
Scaled tuition fees are calculated on the basis of the total gross income of the reference tax household in year N-2 (2020 tax return for 2019 income).
Less than € 35,000 = € 1,000
Between € 35,000 and € 45,000= € 2,000
Between € 45,000 and € 55,000= € 3,000
Between € 55,000 and € 70,000= € 4,500
Between € 70,000 and € 90,000= € 6,000
More than € 90,000= € 7,500
Fiscal residence outside the European Union = € 15,000
There is no reduction in tuition costs for the Master’s in Fashion and Materials.
Scholarship students are exempt from paying tuition.
Students detached from the tax household:
The student is detached from the tax household in 2019 if he or she is shown to be financially independent (all the conditions below must be met):
- The student is domiciled at a different address from that of his or her parents.
- The student no longer receives financial support from his or her parents or tutors.
- The student reports his or her own income (Tax Notice 2020 on 2019 income)
- The student declared an overall gross income equal to and/or greater than 8000 euros
Students repeating the 1st and 2nd year of the Master’s degree in pre-experience training (outside apprenticeship) will acquit Master's Degree national fees
Students repeating the 1st and 2nd year of the DGE Master’s degree in pre-experience training (outside apprenticeship) will pay the flat-rate amount of 610 euros, within the limit of the fees paid the previous year.
On presentation of documentation:
- CROUS - EGIDE scholarship holders / Foreign scholarship holders of the French Government;
- Refugee students with an OFPRA card;
- Students with disabilities (with a disability card at 80% or above)