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Wednesday 10 April 2024

In a tense economic context, marked by a drop in purchasing power, UniLaSalle is stepping up its efforts by increasing aid to scholarship students by 50%.

At the start of the 2024-2025 academic year, students receiving merit-based grants will benefit from improved coverage of their tuition fees.

A reduction in tuition fees ranging from 20% to 75% depending on the course and conditions. 

The merit scholarship is a scheme designed to reduce tuition fees for first-time scholarship students with an excellent academic record. Depending on the grade obtained in the Bac or the diploma allowing entry to UniLaSalle, their tuition fees may be reduced by 20% to 70% for Bachelor's and engineering students (compared with a 10% to 50% reduction this year), or by 25% to 75% for students at the veterinary school.

In 2022-2023, 149 students benefited from this scheme, for a total amount of around €307,000.


"After graduating with honors, I was lucky enough to benefit from a merit-based scholarship. Thanks to this and to my CDI student contract, I was able to approach my years at UniLaSalle with less stress and without seeing the cost of the school as an obstacle to my choice of post-bac studies. [...] I would like to sincerely thank the various donors who gave me the opportunity to study at UniLaSalle and to approach my first years of study with serenity to find the job of my dreams!"


Malvina, 2nd year pre-engineering student at UniLaSalle Rouen

A scheme made possible by sponsorship

Unique to UniLaSalle, the merit-based scholarship is financed by donations as part of a sponsorship campaign. It complements the range of state and local authority scholarships and is in addition to UniLaSalle's other programs.