Non-EU students: tuition fees

In accordance with the decree of April 19, 2019 setting the registration fees applicable to international students from outside the European Union enrolled in a public higher education institution, differentiated rates were voted by the Board of Directors of the University of Clermont Auvergne during its meeting of September 27, 2019 and their application should take place as of the beginning of the academic year 2022/2023.
 

AttentionDue to the current health context, the UCA Board of Directors, meeting on December 18, 2020, decided to postpone the implementation of differentiated fees for the 2021/2022 academic year. As a result, non-EU students will pay the same tuition fees as national and EU students for the upcoming academic year.

Who is subject to the differentiated tuition fees?

International students from outside the European Union who are enrolling for the first time in a higher education program at the beginning of the 2022/2023 academic year.

Who is not concerned by the differentiated tuition fees?

  • Students holding the nationality of a Member State of the European Union, the European Economic Area (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein), Monaco, Andorra, Switzerland or Quebec
  • Students who are family members of a citizen of the EU/EEA/Switzerland (residency permit)
  • Students awarded a grant from the French government
  • Non-EU students admitted to UCA prior to September 2019, until the end of their studies, provided they are carried out continuously
  • Students enrolled on a graduate school preparatory course (CPGE) and also enrolling on a university undergraduate course (Licence) in parallel
  • Students enrolled on a doctoral degree, seeking accreditation to supervise research (HDR), doctoral medical students (DES) or students on a university diploma course
  • Students benefiting from refugee status or subsidiary protection, or the children of such beneficiaries
  • Non-EU students who have had French resident status for at least 2 years or who have been part of a French household for tax purposes for at least 2 years
  • International students already enrolled in UCA during the 2019-2020 academic year (any level) until the end of their degree (Licence, for example).
  • Students coming to France in the framework of a partnership or exchange programme between universities that provides for exemption from tuition fees

These students will pay the same tuition fees as French students throughout the entire duration of their studies in a public higher education institution governed by the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation.

Fees applicable to non-EU students enrolled for the first time on a UCA course in 2021/2022

Course

Tuition fees

1st and 2nd year undergraduate degree (L1 and L2)

€170

Third year undergraduate degree (L3)

€170

Professional Degree (Licence Professionnelle)

€170

Certificate of aptitude for legal studies (Certificat de capacité en droit)

€170

University access diploma (DAEU)

€170

Scientific and technical university diploma (DEUST)

€170

University technical diploma (DUT)

€170

Master's degree (M1 and M2)

€243

Students on an integrated or assimilated engineering preparatory course

€170

Students on the engineering programme

€601

Bachelor-level medical degrees (DFGS, orthoptics, occupational therapy)

€170

Master-level medical degrees (DFAS, midwifery, speech therapy)

€243

Doctoral and specialised medical degrees (DESC)

€243


For more information, please view the application procedures.