In order to drive your international development and contribute to the education of international students from the world’s best universities, take part in the funding of international excellence scholarships awarded by École des Ponts ParisTech.
Why become a sponsor and fund scholarships for international students?
- You can support your international development by targeting geographical zones that are strategic for your business.
- You can speed up exchanges with the target countries in research, innovation, education, and hiring.
- You can access École des Ponts ParisTech’s network of partners from the world’s best universities.
- You can develop your employer brand.
- You can hire loyal young engineers in a context of a global talent war.
- You can benefit from the contribution of multilingual students, educated to the highest standards.
- You can benefit from the students’ input for 3 to 6 months over periods dedicated to company-based missions: internships, end of course projects, or professional assignments.
- You receive a 60% tax deduction on the amount of your donation.
What is your role and contribution?
- You support and advise international students on their choice of direction and career.
- You put them in contact with experts in the field.
- You give them the benefit of your own in-house training sessions or seminars.
- You support student interns through a tutorial system.
How much does a scholarship cost?
- €12,000 for one year of study (the first year of their engineering program in France, i.e. the second year of training as an engineer).
- €24,000 for the two years of the engineering program.
What amounts are tax-deductible?
Sponsorship is eligible for a 60% tax deduction on the amount of the donation, whatever the tax regime (corporation or income tax), up to a maximum of 0.5% of annual revenues. When this threshold is exceeded, the surplus can still be eligible for a tax deduction for the next 5 fiscal years.
Which students can you support?
- Double-degree engineering students
- Students following the Masters or Mastères spécialisés (Advanced Masters) program
- 50% female - 50% male
Geographical origins and main countries represented
- Czech Republic
North Africa and the Middle East
- Ivory Coast