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ISART

A 100% independent school

ISART Digital is a private, non-subsidized school, whose only source of income is the payment of training fees.

For the founders of the school, it is essential that ISART remains independent to maintain a high level of quality and freedom of action:

  • all resources are reinvested in ISART Digital to finance the school's operations, development and innovation
  • ISART has chosen to offer a free entrance competition
  • ISART has chosen to ask students to have a laptop computer, an essential piece of equipment for working from home (after class, or to ensure the continuity of classes during a lockdown)

Tuition

Campus

The training fees are for the 2023/2024 school year.

They can be paid in 1, 3 or 10 monthly instalments.

Paris Campus

  • Registration fees annual Flat rate for the entire course 450€
  • Bachelor each year Flat rate for the entire course 8 900€
  • Master each year Flat rate for the entire course 9 300€

Montreal Campus

  • Registration fees annual Flat rate for the entire course 250$CAD
  • All courses each year Flat rate for the entire course 12 950$CAD

Financing

Paris Campus

  • Bank loan

  • Apprenticeship contract (CDD or CDI)

  • Professionalization contract (CDD or CDI)

  • ISART Scholarship

  • Video Games Scholarship

  • Student job

The school allows students of French nationality to benefit from loans at preferential conditions with its banking partners Société Générale and BNP (free application fees, possible deferred repayment).

The student signs a contract and receives a salary defined by the branch agreements (from 55% to 100% of the minimum wage). The cost of the training is paid for, in part or in full, by the host company's skills manager (OPCO).
The student retains student status.

 

The RNCP title of the training course followed by the student must be active at the time the application is submitted. The apprenticeship contract is possible for the last two years of the program.

The student signs an employment contract and receives a salary defined by the branch agreements (from 55% to 100% of the minimum wage). The cost of the training is paid for, in part or in full, by the host company's skills coordinator (OPCO).
The student becomes an employee of the company.

Depending on the course, it is possible to sign a work-study contract for the last year or two of the program.

ISART school contributes 50% to the financing of the last year of studies of seven students (on the basis of motivation, personal project, academic results and personal situation).

The Video Games grant allows the financing of the entire training course in a recognized video game school. Students have been selected and their training expenses have been covered.

More informations on bourse Jeux vidéo official site.

 

It is recommended, as far as possible, not to exceed 10 hours per week in order to balance work and study time.