The Apprenticeship Tax (taxe d’apprentissage) is a tax paid by French companies to finance innovative learning. It is the only tax where companies can choose the beneficiary. Although this tax is a legal obligation, companies can turn it to their advantage. By deciding to allocate the tax to Georgia Tech-Lorraine, companies are supporting a school which invests in the education of global engineers ready to face tomorrow's challenges.
Georgia Tech-Lorraine is certified to collect this tax for categories B & C. For more information, see our apprenticeship tax pdf.
We thank all the companies that have chosen Georgia Tech-Lorraine as the beneficiary of their apprenticeship tax, actively participating in Georgia Tech-Lorraine's growth.
How Your Support Helps
Thanks to your support, Georgia Tech-Lorraine is constantly investing in top-notch equipment to allow all students access to the highest standard learning environment. Computer labs, software, video conferencing equipment, as well as innovation and leadership in research - the apprenticeship tax impacts all aspects of campus life. Choosing Georgia Tech-Lorraine as a beneficiary will highlight your participation in our European Campus expansion and continued student success.
Conditions and Payment Procedure
The French Apprenticeship Tax is calculated based on total payroll and is payable before February 28th of each year to technical and professional academic institutions either directly, or through certified collecting organizations.
How to Pay the Tax?
Georgia Tech-Lorraine is certified to collect this tax for the following categories of employees: B & C.
The payments must be made to your collecting agency while clearly indicating "Georgia Tech-Lorraine" as the recipient (in the "Other transfers" section on your agency's Apprenticeship Tax form):
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