New school year FAQ

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  • I'm an apprentice. Can my company reimburse me for the CVEC?

    • Yes, but it's not an obligation for the company.

  • I'm an apprentice. Do I really have to pay the CVEC?

    • Yes, students preparing a higher education diploma through apprenticeship are subject to the CVEC pursuant to Article L.841-5 of the Education Code, which stipulates that "the contribution is due each year by students when they register for initial training in a higher education institution" and that apprenticeship is one of the modalities of initial training.

      Furthermore, the CVEC is a tax which cannot be assimilated to a registration fee or a royalty.

      Students enrolled on a vocational training contract are part of continuing education and training and are not subject to this tax.

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