For the first two years, tuition fees will be paid in euros (€) at CentraleSupélec. For the two last years, fees will be paid in dollars ($) at McGill.
- Tuition fees are 36 000 €/year. Students from the European Union* (including the French) and Canadian students (including the Quebecois) benefit from a reduced rate: 7 500 €/year. Students with dual nationality pay the most advantageous rate.
- Society & other fees (CVEC) : 95 €
- In-campus housing services : 1800 €
- Healthcare : if you are a foreign sudent or a French student born in New Caledoni or Wallis and Futna, the steps to take according to your situation and those required to receive your healthcare reimbursements are explained here.
In years 3 and 4, tuition fees will be those in effect for the fall 2023 school year. Information on McGill website.
*Conditions and supporting documents to be produced for exemption from part of the registration fees for the international students for whom it is their first registration at CentraleSupélec are available in the document below. notice-cond-exe-0.pdf
Scholarships, bursaries and funding
CentraleSupélec-McGill scholarships and bursaries
As part of the McGill - CentraleSupélec partnership, you may be eligible for 2 types of scholarships.
1 - Merit-based award scholarships
- One-year entrance scholarship, valued at $3,000 (non-renewable). The One-Year Entrance Scholarship is automatically considered with the application for admission.
- Major entrance scholarship, valued between $3,000 and $12,000 (renewable annually up to 3 or 4 years provided criteria for renewal are met). Once you have validated your application, the site will provide you with a link to complete the Major entrance scholarship application.
2 - Need-based financial aid
- Entrance Bursary Program. When you receive an offer of admission, you will receive a link to complete the application for an Entrance Bursary Program.
You will receive information on the award decision within 3 weeks. Recipients of McGill - CentraleSupélec scholarships must acquaint themselves with all regulations pertaining to both one-year and major entrance scholarships.
In addition, some financial aid may be targeted based on your nationality. You can find additional information in the following document: Financial-Aid.pdf
You may apply to other scholarships offered in France, in Canada, or in your country of origin. You can find scholarships offered by the French government on Campus France.
Living costs & housing
At CentraleSupélec, students of the Bachelor are strongly encouraged to live in the residence assigned to them, not too far from the campus.
At McGill, students usually live off campus in Montréal. Possibilities at the McGill campus for the 3rd year will be offered.
To help with your financial planning, you can find below estimated expanses for students at CentraleSupélec and McGill.
|Accomodation on campus||650€ - 750€ / month|
|Full meal at campus cafeteria||3.25€|
|Express subway train ticket to Paris||4.45€|
|Phone & data subscription||20€ /month|
|Meal at typical Parisian bistro||25€|
|Accomodation on campus||$650 - $1100 /month|
|Accomodation outside campus||$500 - $1300 /month|
|Food on campus||$15 /day|
|Food outside campus||$10 /day|
|Other expenses||$750 - $1800 /month|