To help it develop its missions, bring in more teaching staff, designers and lecturers from all over the world and engage its students in internships in France and abroad, ENSCI appeals to companies to provide their support under the apprenticeship tax payment scheme.
Allocating apprenticeship tax payments to ENSCI helps to train the designers of tomorrow, is a vote in favour of French economic dynamism and competitiveness, and extends our worldwide influence as a country. It also means strengthens the links between ENSCI and the corporate world.
ENSCI provides a number of further education courses, and is therefore permitted to receive apprenticeship tax payments in the ‘senior executive’ category and, cumulatively, in the ‘middle management’ category.
ENSCI would like to thank all those companies that provide their support by allocating their apprenticeship tax payments to facilitate its work.
In 2021, the apprenticeship tax rate remains at 0.68% of the 2020 company payroll, and the total amount of tax payable is divided into two parts:
87% goes to fund apprenticeships, in a similar way to the former apprenticeship quota paid to an OPCO (skills operator)
The remaining 13% can be freely allocated by employers, in a similar way to the former non-quota or sliding scale arrangements. These funds are intended to cover company expenditure on training, and can be paid directly to eligible further education institutions.
You have until 31 May 2021 to allocate your tax directly to ENSCI without involving a collecting organisation as intermediary.
THE ENSCI ACCREDITATION CODE (UAI CODE) IS 0754585B
You can make the payment as follows:
- - By bank transfer (RIB) using the reference ‘Taxe d'apprentissage’
- - By cheque payable to the ENSCI accounting officer
In any event, please ensure that you make it clear that this direct payment refers to the apprenticeship tax by giving us your Siret business identification number and the name of a contact person within the company so that we can send you a receipt.