French students in initial education
CROUS government scholarship
It is issued by CROUS (regional centre for student social services) and allotted based on a student’s or the student’s parents’ tax statements. To claim it, you must submit your student social dossier between 14 January and 31 May of the current year. After 31 May, no more CROUS scholarships can be issued.
Social aid from NEOMA Business School for CROUS scholarship recipients
From the start of the 2019 academic year, the state scholarship recipients can benefit from partial tuition exemptions, which can cover up to 50% of tuition.
Financed by the NEOMA Foundation, these scholarships concern the bachelor programmes and the Master in Management (excluding years that offer apprenticeships)
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|MIM 1st year
BRM – ECAL 1st year
CESEM 1st through 4th years
GBBA 1st through 2nd years
TEMA 1st through 5th years
after receiving notification from CROUS.
Financial aid for international mobility
- Erasmus European Scholarship
- UFA Scholarship
- Regional financing
Student bank loans
Banks offer preferential rates around 1% to students in “Grande Ecole” programmes who have a guarantor. Every year on our campuses we organise meetings with a dozen partner banking institutions. They will give you their full attention and guide you in financing your studies.
Student loan guaranteed by the French government
The French government has student loan guarantee funds in partnership with banking institutions (Société Générale, lCrédit Mutuel, C.I.C , Banque Populaire and some Caisses d’épargne banks). They can grant a loan of up to €15,000 euros for all students no older than 28 years old who are French or come from a European Union country or one within the European Economic Area, regardless of financial resources and without a parental or third-party guarantee. The banking institution sets the interest rate.
It is also student-borrower’s choice to organise a partial or total deferred reimbursement after earning a degree. Learn more by speaking with this programme’s partner banks.
NEOMA Business School signed an agreement with the BRED schools that grant loans without parental guarantee to our students from the Masters in Management programme.
Certain programmes at NEOMA Business School offer to students the option of completing their curriculum wholly or partially in an apprenticeship. By becoming an apprentice, you are exempt from paying your school tuition, which is assumed by your employer, and you receive a salary calculated on a percentage of the French minimum wage in effect or the employer’s conventional minimum.
NEOMS BS assists you in your professional project and proposes more than 1,500 apprenticeships, which can be viewed on our intranet portal.
A student’s talent is not evaluated by his or her financial means. I fully support the social mission of NEOMA Business School so that all worthy students can attend our school.
Delphine MANCEAU, Dean of NEOMA Business School