Cost of studying 

Cost of studying 

 

Fees for academic year 2018-2019
 

These figures are provided as a guide and are subject to change every year.

PROGRAMMES

STUDENTS FROM WITHIN THE EU*

STUDENTS FROM OUTSIDE THE EUROPEAN UNION

Bachelor Foundation Year 6400€ 7600€
Bachelor Business     
Year 1  7200€ 8600€
Year 2  7500€ 8900€
Year 3  7500€ 8900€
BBA International    
Year 1   9000€ 11000€
Year 2   9000€ 11000€
Year 3  9000€ 11000€
Year 3 (new students) 9200€ 11200€
Year 4  9000€ 11000€
Year 4 (work-study) 10000€** 10000€**
Bachelor in Tourism & Hospitality    
Year 1  7200€ 8600€
Year 2  7500€ 8900€
Year 3 7500€ 8900€
Year 3 (work-study) 8500€** 8500€**
Bachelor in Graphic Communications & Web Design    
Year 1  6100€ 7300€
Year 2 6200€ 7400€
Year 3 6500€ 8000€
Year 3 (work-study) 7500€** 7500€**
Master in Management    
Year 1  10100€ 12000€
Year 2 10500€ 12450€
Year 3 10500€ 12450€
Year 2 or 3 (work-study) 12000€** 12000€**
Masters of Science (MSc)
(Business + Tourism)
   
2 years 22200€
(or 11100€/year)
25500€
(or 12750€/year)
2 years (work-study) 23700€** 23700€**
Specialisation (one year) 12800€ 15000€
Specialisation (one year) (work-study) 13800€** 13800€**
Fast Track MSc 18500€ 22200€
Business Foundation Programme    
1 semester   4885€
1 year   7155€
French as a foreign language    
1 term   2850€
2 terms   5700€
3 terms   7700€
Summer School    
Business Summer Courses
(3 weeks)
  3350€
Culture Summer Courses
(2 weeks)
  1810€
Culture Summer Courses (4 weeks)   2910€

*28 European Union members: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France and French Overseas Territories, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, The United Kingdom.

** Tuition fees paid by the host company or financed by an OPCA (approved collection agency). The work-study track is open to all students from within and outside of the European Union

The cost of studying includes:

  • Tuition fees (as detailed above)
  • Multiservice fee (€550) – your multiservice card allows you access to the following services:
    • Internet and wifi
    • Multimedia network (24/7 access to library resources) and the intra
    • University library
    • International Student Identity Card (ISIC)
    • ISIC Insurance, which provides cover for your various projects away from La Rochelle, as well as any periods spent abroad
    • Cyberlibris (online library)
    • Reprographics (photocopying and printing)
    • Microsoft Student Advantage (providing free use of Microsoft Office ProPlus suite
    • University Medical Service
       
  • Student Social Security cover (€217 – this amount is fixed by statutory law)
Please note that the above costs DO NOT include your accommodation costs nor do they take into account the associated costs of living in La Rochelle.
Fees and Services – How to pay

 

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Admissions Fees € 50 Credit Card, Bank Transfer Online When applying online International Admissions Office 
Deposit € 3000 Online After notification of admissions results  International Admissions Office

Tuition
Fees

 

Dependent upon programme At International Admissions Office

Before
30th September 2018

International Admissions Office
Multiservice Charge € 550 At the School At the start of the academic year Academic Advisor
Purchase of OFII excise stamp for your visa € 60 Online
or at a tobacconist’s or at the tax office
Prior to your OFII appointment Academic Advisor

 

    Average monthly expenses for an international student

    Average monthly expenses for an international student

    Accommodation & bills
    (Rent, water, electricity, taxes)
    From €430€ to €800€*
    Transports Bus, subway : €23 to €80
    bike passes : €10 to €40
    Food
    Groceries and campus cafeterias
    From €200 to €300
    Personal spending/extras From €100 to €200