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Tuition fees & Estimated Expenses

Tuition fees

Tuition fees for 2017/18 are 12 000 € per academic year

Health Insurance

Please note that registration with a health insurance scheme is compulsory in France when you enroll at a Higher Education Institution.

Students can apply to French National Student Social Security Providers such as LMDE or SMEREP, for which annual subscription costs about 210 euros per academic year
 
Exceptions: 
- If you come from any of the 28 EU countries, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway or Switzerland and are already registered with a national health insurance provider, you must apply for the European health insurance card. This card is free and will give you access to state-provided healthcare during your stay in France under the same conditions and at the same cost as nationals.
- Students from Quebec are exempt from joining the French Student Social Security upon presentation of Form #SE401Q106.
- Students over 28 must apply for a personal insurance policy.
 
More information about the French healthcare system can be found here and here

Room & Board

Ecole polytechnique is pleased to provide accommodation on campus for all graduate degree students who apply before June 30th.

The rent is approximately 430 euros per month (including housing insurance). You will also be required to pay a security deposit of 300 euros upon arrival. All residences are equipped with a shared-kitchen but you may also have your breakfast, lunch and dinner at our university restaurant from Monday to Saturday. A lunch meal costs approximately 2 to 4 euros thanks to our student discount rate. Monthly expenses for meals usually range from 200 to 350 euros.  

Financial aid

Students receive assistance from the Housing Office to apply for the French National Housing Benefit "CAF". Students usually obtain a financial aid of 150-200 euros per month.

All our students receive the ISIC card (International Student Identity Card) automatically and for free. They gain preferential and discounted access to over 150,000 products, services and experiences relevant to all aspects of student life.

Additional scholarship opportunities can be found at CampusFrance website (e.g. French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development for international students). Please note that the French scholarship "CROUS" is not compatible with our degree.