Enrolment fees are determined each year by ministerial decree.
ENSIM is a public engineering school, and mainly financed by the French State.
Enrolment fees – including Social Security contributions – are €59.57 for students in receipt of a grant from the French government, and €814.57 for other students.
For Higher Education grant applications, and/or requests for accommodation in a hall of residence, students have to fill out a Student Support Application (a “Dossier Social Étudiant”) at the Regional Student Services Office (or “CROUS”). One application covers both.
The Local Regional Student Services Office (or “CLOUS”) provides nearly 1,000 student bedsits, studio flats, and 1-bedroom flats on 2 sites. The average cost is about €220 for a room, and about €300 for a studio.
CLOUS, tel. +33 (0)2 43 28 60 70 or www.crous-nantes.fr
Offers of rooms and flats to let by private landlords are put up on the notice board.