Campus Life Contribution (CVEC)
Since 2018, you are required to pay the CVEC contribution. This was introduced to support students’ social integration and their health, cultural and sport services on campus.
The CVEC contribution for the 2020/2021 school year costs €91. It must be paid before registration every year.
Students who enroll in more than one program for the same academic year will only have to pay the contribution once. The CVEC contribution must be paid online here: CVEC or Mes services étudiants.
Administrative Registration Procedure
You will register at Télécom Paris online. You will receive an email late August with a link to the registration website and your login details. You must complete your registration and pay the fees.
You will also be asked to agree to the conditions laid out in the Télécom Paris information charter, authorizing the possible transfer of your data in compliance with the GDPR (European General Data Protection Regulation). You will be provided with a personal computer account which you will use throughout the course of your studies.
Your student card will be issued once you have completed your online registration, uploaded a photo and paid your fees.
Tuition for the 2020-2021 academic year for students in the engineering program is:
- €2,650 for new students who are nationals of European Union countries;
- €4,150 for new students who are not nationals of European Union countries (note: non-European students who hold a temporary residence permit and have been declared as a member of a tax household located in France for at least two years pay the tuition for European students: €2,650).
Please note: you must pay tuition and register for social security before 30 September of the current year. Students who receive higher education scholarships from the government or are wards of the state are fully exempt from tuition fees, as well as the social security affiliation fee.
IF YOU ALREADY HOLD A SCHOLARSHIP OR ARE CONSIDERING APPLYING FOR A GRANT FROM THE CROUS, DO NOT PAY YOUR FEES IMMEDIATELY ONLINE. DURING ONLINE REGISTRATION, SPECIFY IN THE “SCHOLARSHIP SECTION; “APPLICATION SUBMITTED”.
EUROPEAN OR NON-EUROPEAN ENGINEERING STUDENTS ELIGIBLE FOR 50% REDUCTION TUITION FEES:
Take the RGB (gross overall income) of your parents’ 2018 income (available on their income tax notice), substract 3000 euros from this amount and enter in the CROUS simulator to see whether or not you are entitled to a grant (level 0) simulateur.
On the CNOUS student support website, you can calculate the amount of the grant.
Need-based scholarships (awarded by the Crous)
If you are entitled to a grant and wish to submit an application, you should go directly to the Crous website as grants at Télécm Paris are managed by the Crous Académie de Versailles. You will be awarded a CROUS grant.
To submit an application, you will find Télécom Paris here :
« PALAISEAU Télécom-Paris », via Mes services étudiants.
Students who receive scholarships are exempt from paying tuition and social security fees. Pending payment, you should upload your provisional notification from the Crous to your online student file.
Social Security and Health Insurance
Every student must provide proof of valid social security for the 2020/2021 academic year.
You have no steps to take, other than to check that you are properly registered, by logging in or creating your own space at Ameli.
If you are a foreign student enrolling at a French higher education institution for the first time for the 2020-2021 academic year
You must register with the « General System » of the Caisse Primaire d’Assurance Maladie (CPAM) in your place of residence. This registration is mandatory. Please register here.
For any further information regarding grants or social security please contact Frantz Cayol, Admissions department Télécom Paris.
A school social worker is also available to inform and advise students on administrative or financial issues and direct them to the appropriate services. Please contact her by mail for an appointment: Corinne Lala.
Please note that each program at Télécom Paris has its own rules about tuition fees.
- Engineering program
- Dual Master’s Degree programs with university partners
- Post-Master’s Programs
Students who are nationals of European Union and Schengen Area countries are not required to hold residence permits. You can prove your nationality by presenting your valid identity card or passport. Students who are nationals of other countries must obtain a residence permit. You must apply for this residence permit and provide additional documents such as proof of housing, proof of enrollment at the school, your visa etc.
Students enrolled in the engineering program, foreign students enrolled in dual degree programs, and non-degree students may request application materials from: Iris Lefebvre, International Relations Assistant.
Students enrolled in Post-Master’s programs may request application materials from: France Lamiscarre