Tuition fees

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The tuition fees to be paid depend on the programme. Those indicated below apply to free movers.

Admitted students who have not paid their tuition fees on time will not be able to enroll at Arts et Métiers.

For the Engineering programme the amount is the same for EU/EEA and non-EU/EEA citizens. The fee is around 700€/academic year and it has to be paid the registration day, at the latest.

For the 1-year Master’s programme (M2) the amount is the same for EU/EEA and non-EU/EEA citizens. The fee is around 250€/academic year at 500€ for both years and it has to be paid the registration day, at the latest.

For the 2-year Master’s programme (M1+M2) tuition fees are different for EU/EEA and non-EU/EEA citizens. 

EU/EEA citizens are required to pay around 600€ for both years. Half of it has to be paid the registration day, at the latest.

Non-EU/EEA citizens are required to pay 11 000€ for both years. A deposit of 3 000€ must be paid in advance, before arrival. The payment has to be made by bank transfer. Once the notification of selection results published, a receipt is sent by email together with a conditional admission offer and payment instructions. The deadline for paying the first part of the tuition fee is 30 July. If the tuition fee is not paid within the deadline, the place in the programme is lost. Students accepted to Arts et Métiers but wishing to decline their offer are required to send an email to admissions@ensam.eu . Please note that admission to Arts et Métiers is conditional until the first tuition fee payment has been received.

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