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Yes, provided that, in the end, you are not enrolled in any initial education at a higher education institute.
Yes. On the CVEC website, you should report that you are not enrolled in any French higher education institute.
If you were not enrolled at a French higher education institute in the previous academic year, you can apply for a refund of the wrongly paid CVEC and make a new payment for the new academic year.
To receive the refund, you must make an application and prove that you were not enrolled in any course at a higher education institute during the previous year.
Students not obliged to pay the CVEC must apply for a refund within four years.
Yes. You do not have to do anything. CROUS will automatically detect this and reimburse you.
Note: if a student enrols in several courses in the same academic year, the CVEC is only owed for the first enrolment.
You must apply for a refund through the website cvec.etudiant.gouv.fr as soon as possible. Students not obliged to pay the CVEC must apply for a refund within four years.
Yes, but it's not an obligation for the company.
However, if you dropped out, no refund is possible.
If you fall into one of the categories that exempts you from paying the contribution, you can apply for reimbursement of the contribution. You must apply before 31 May of the relevant academic year through the website cvec.etudiant.gouv.fr.
If you abandon enrolment and obtain cancellation of your place after having paid the CVEC, you can apply for a refund using a certificate from the institute proving abandonment of your enrolment.
On the other hand, if you leave your course during the year, no refund for your payment will be possible.