Financing your Digital Studies
Financing studies can be a source of concern for many students and their families. However, there are several financing options available to help cover the costs, including scholarships, student loans, and apprenticeship programs.
Payment Facilities offered by the school
We offer payment plans in 3 or 10 installments. Bank partnership with Caisse d’Epargne: We have a partnership with Caisse d’Epargne, which offers a student loan at a rate of 1.5% (subject to change). Interested? Complete the online form: Caisse d’Epargne
Bank loan from personal bank
Banks offer student loans at preferential rates close to 0%. Borrowing from your personal bank can have advantages, such as an established trust relationship with your banker and more flexible loan conditions, in addition to additional benefits that may be linked to your account package. Inquire with your bank!
State-guaranteed bank loan
This financing option is available for students under 28 years old who are looking to pay for their higher education. This type of loan is offered by banks and is guaranteed by the government, which means that if the borrower is unable to repay the loan, the government will assume part of the debt up to 70%. The state-guaranteed bank loan can cover tuition fees, living expenses, and other study-related expenses.
Financing through employment
Both through apprenticeship contracts and professionalization contracts, apprenticeship allows you to have an employee status. In addition to gaining professional experience, you receive a salary, and the cost of the training is partially or fully covered by the host company.
Whether alternating throughout the year or completed during the initial curriculum (2 to 6 months of internship), internships longer than 8 weeks are paid. The intern receives remuneration according to a scale specified in the internship agreement.
If you choose to pursue full-time studies, you can consider working part-time in the evenings and weekends. Many stores or events offer occasional or yearly student contracts ranging from 7 to 15 hours per week.
State Grants and Aid
Students may be eligible for state scholarships and financial aid based on their situation. For example, French students can apply for a social criteria-based higher education scholarship (BCS). Since EEMI is a private school, scholarship recipients can only apply for student housing and will not receive a scholarship.
Regions also offer specific scholarships and aid for higher education students. These programs vary from one region to another, and some aids can be combined with those from the state, while others cannot.