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Apprenticeship tax: 3 good reasons to support the success of OUR students, YOUR future talents:

1/ A tool for innovation and expertise.

The money collected from the apprenticeship tax contributes to the development of student education, with concrete results! It allows our schools to create new programs, hire new lecturers, develop international opportunities, deploy the latest digital tools, and organize symposiums, conferences and seminars.

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2 / The apprenticeship tax is not only a tax story…

…it’s also a story of partnership between you and our schools. Support the schools of the OMNES Education Group, and invest in the continuous improvement of the quality of our training, and in the employability of our students. This is an opportunity for us to develop a privileged relationship with you, so that our training courses best meet your needs.

3/ OMNES Education: agility and innovation

Two strong values carried by our schools. This translates into a permanent watch on new technologies, on your expectations and on the needs of our students. OMNES Education is an inclusive institution by opening its doors and accompanying all profiles, regardless of their educational or social background. This contribution allows us to accompany our students in the construction of their professional project.

OMNES Education intends to strengthen its offer of multidisciplinary schools and programs, expand its pedagogical innovations and open new campuses in France and in Europe. This tax, collected from companies, contributes to the evolution of our mission and to the training of our future graduates.

Choose to invest in the future!

OMNES Education apprenticeship tax

Who pays it?

The apprenticeship tax is a tax due by companies* to finance the expenses necessary for the development of technological and professional training.

*Businesses of a commercial, industrial or artisanal nature and subject to Income Tax or Corporation Tax and employing at least 1 employee. Refer to the site

How do I pay the remaining 13%?

Our schools authorized to collect business settlements in their own right on the balance share are:

  • INSEEC Ile-de-France UAI 0754500J
  • INSEEC New Aquitaine UAI 0332524P
  • INSEEC Rhône-Alpes UAI 0694282E
  • ECE UAI 0754431J
  • EBS Paris UAI 0753636V

How is it calculated?

It is calculated on the basis of the amount of wages subject to social security contributions and benefits in kind paid by the company over a calendar year (bonuses, gratuities, allowances, etc.). Its rate is set at 0.68% of the total payroll.

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Please note: companies in Alsace and Moselle (departments 57, 67 and 68) are excluded from the payment of the “13%”, as employers in these three departments only have to pay the 87% fraction.

Its distribution

It must be paid in 2 parts:

  • The remainder (13%), intended for the development of initial technological and vocational training (excluding apprenticeship)

From February 2022: the employer will declare and pay this fraction to URSSAF or MSA each month in DSN, according to the same procedures as all social contributions.

  • The main part (87%) is dedicated to the financing of work-study programs

The 2020 reform has changed the payment of this share, companies must pay this share directly to the institutions of their choice between JANUARY 1 and MAY 31, 2022.

OMNES Education apprenticeship tax

What happens to the funds collected?

The funds collected each year support the evolution of our education by allowing us to:

  • The opening of new campuses;
  • Recruitment of teacher-researchers;
  • Pedagogical innovation;
  • Expansion of asynchronous multi-topic online courses;
  • The internationalization of our training;
  • Financing of student projects & development of entrepreneurial projects.

Contact us

Magali Parein

Fundraising Officer – Corporate Relations Department – Tel. : 01 42 09 70 63

43 Quai de Grenelle – 75015 Paris

Virginia Martin

Responsible for the apprenticeship tax – Tel. : 01 53 92 03 41

Address: 43 Quai de Grenelle – 75015 Paris


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Updated 6 May 2022