Tuition fees correspond to the School’s fees for the education provided. They do not include living expenses (accommodation, transportation, food, recreation, etc.)
Tuition fees at Savignac are the same for all students, French or foreign.
International academic exchanges:
The School has signed contracts with several partner universities throughout the world. This enables students to carry out academic exchanges during their degree without having to pay additional tuition fees.
Students at Savignac studying at a partner university abroad don’t pay tuition fees to the host university as they remain students of École Supérieure Internationale de Savignac. However, they may face significant additional costs.
Students on an exchange at Savignac from a partner university don’t pay tuition fees to Savignac, as their host university, because they remain students of their home university.
Grants and Funding
Our training courses can be financed by CROUS scholarships. They are awarded based on social criteria and family income. It is up to the students to see if they are eligible and to apply directly to the organisation.
These finance academic exchanges and work placements abroad in Europe. They are awarded on the basis of academic results and the coherence of career plans.
Some regions or local authorities also award scholarships and make it possible to study at Savignac. Depending on your situation, you could also obtain financial aid from the French job centre (Pôle Emploi). Get in touch with the organisations in question to find out about the schemes.
Our partner banks
École de Savignac has set up partnerships with Société Générale and Banque Populaire which guarantee you preferential borrowing rates. Consult their brochure and contact us for more information.
Students can find paid employment instead of work experience placements but, in such cases, they need to justify that the same skill levels will be reached as those required.
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