What is the French Apprenticeship Tax?
The apprenticeship tax is a compulsory tax for French companies. Its purpose is to participate in financing the development of initial technological and vocational education and training.
It consists of two parts:
- 87% of the funds are used to finance work-study programmes;
- 13% finance initial technological and vocational training other than work-study programmes, including other schemes formerly known as “non quota” or “barème” (scale).
Why pay us the balance of your apprenticeship tax ?
Your contribution helps us to:
- Prepare our students for the workplace;
- Finance visits from the world of work during our annual Careers Week or themed workshops;
- Organise visits to businesses.
Your financial support is essential to support the development of our courses, guarantee the excellence of our teaching and pursue one of our priority objectives: to prepare our students for the workplace. The purpose of the apprenticeship tax is to involve companies in the training of their future employees. When you support Sciences Po Strasbourg, you are investing in training your future employees!
How to pay us the balance of the apprenticeship tax
To pay us the remaining 13% of your apprenticeship tax, please follow the steps below:
From 2023, the process for collecting and redistributing the balance will change: it will be collected directly by URSSAF and Mutualité Sociale Agricole, who will transfer it to Caisse des Dépôts.
Companies will be able to distribute their balance online via SOLTéA, the national platform dedicated to distributing the balance of the taxe d'apprentissage, developed and managed by Caisse des Dépôts.
To support Sciences Po Strasbourg:
- Go to SOLTéA (from the end of May 2023 to September/October 2023), to allocate your balance
- Enter the university's SIRET or Sciences Po Strasbourg's UAI code in the search engine: 0670178E
- Select the component(s) you wish to support
- Enter the credits you wish to allocate to the components or courses you wish to support
More information on: soltea.gouv.fr