Engineering Programme Enrolment and Re-enrolment

Enrolment Procedure

Online enrolment (and re-enrolment) as well as fee payment are completed online, allowing rapid delivery of your enrolment certificates.

Online (re-)enrolment commences mid-August, you will receive an email from the Student Affairs office.
Tuition Fees

Tuition fees are set each year (in July) by ministerial decree.

Students enrolling in September 2024: €2,572
Students in receipt of a state scholarship and wards of the state are totally exempt from these fees.

Health Insurance (Sécurité Sociale)
Follow this link for all you need to know about health insurance via Social Security for students (in English):
CVEC contribution

In order to enrol in higher education you must produce proof of CVEC payment. CVEC is your annual contribution (€100 in 2023/24) to student and campus life.

► Learn more here
► Contact the ACCENTS association if you require assistance.
List of supporting documents
The following documents must be uploaded during online enrolment:
  • ID: photocopy of passport, ID card or driving licence
  • A recent passport photo with a plain light background (glasses, jewellery and smile allowed). The photo must be in portrait mode with your face in the centre. It will be used on your student card and attendance lists for teachers. .jpeg format between 25 and 35 Kb.
  • proof of CVEC payment
  • Photocopy of educational qualifications (high school diploma etc...)
  • Photocopy of grades awarded - Baccalauréat holders only
  • Conditional or final notification of a scholarship award for the upcoming academic year - scholarship students only

International students must also upload:

  • a complete copy or an extract of your birth certificate (with filiation) translated into French or English, or an equivalent document issued by a consulate (this document must be authenticated, with a legible stamp). This document will also be required by the Social Security offices.
  • Photocopy of valid visa or residence permit - for international students outside the EEA
Financing / Scholarships
Students can apply for the following forms of assistance to help finance their studies:
  • State grants: CROUS means-tested subsistence grants with specific conditions of eligibility for international students
  • Scholarships are also available via international agreements, notably with regard to international studies.
  • Centrale Nantes Alumni (CNA) - provides financial support to some students according to their circumstances.
  • The Fondation Centrale Initiatives selects and finances several dozen student projects per year.
  • International students may be eligible for government scholarships from their country of origin.

Around 30% of engineering students meet the social criteria to qualify for a scholarship from the French state.

Learn more about financing your studies from the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles (in French):
Halls of residence accommodation (limited availability)

Located on the school's campus, 500m from the university restaurant and 15 minutes from the city centre by tram, the Max Schmitt halls (la Rez) comprises two buildings and offers single, double or triple flats.
Around a 100 places are available for 1st year engineering programme students each year.

Learn more about the la Rez
Published on February 16, 2017 Updated on June 4, 2024