What initial training involves :
What initial training allows :
The student social security system applies to all students aged 16 to 28 enrolled in a state-approved public or private higher education establishment.
However, some people are not obliged to join this plan. They are :
Please note: up to the age of 20, enrolment in the student social security scheme is free of charge. After that, it becomes a paying service.
The student social security system covers accidents at work and occupational diseases for :
NB: An unpaid internship is one for which the student receives no more than 15% of the hourly social security ceiling.
Internships may not be set up to temporarily replace an employee, for seasonal employment, for additional activity or to fill a permanent position.
In addition, the internship agreement – signed between the school or university, the company and the intern – must include 11 items. These include the definition of the activities entrusted to the intern, the maximum weekly period of presence of the intern in the company, the amount of the bonus, the list of benefits offered, the social protection scheme, the conditions under which the internship supervisors provide supervision, and the terms and conditions for terminating the internship.
Gratification is compulsory for internships lasting more than 2 months (i.e. 15% of the hourly social security ceiling, i.e. €554 per month for 35 hours per week).
Only the portion exceeding this limit is subject to employee and employer contributions. It should also be noted that this gratuity is due to the trainee without prejudice to the reimbursement of expenses incurred in carrying out the internship and to any benefits offered, where applicable, for catering, accommodation and transport, and that it is due from the first day of the first month of the internship and paid monthly.
For more information: www.urssaf.fr
Eucléa aims to be a financially accessible establishment for students. A range of measures can help ease the financial burden on students.
Our partnership with LCL offers students an exceptional opportunity to manage their finances as a student at Eucléa Business School.
By opening an account with LCL, you will benefit from many advantages:
What’s more, to encourage activity on your account, we’re offering a €30 bonus on account opening if your account is active (4 transactions per month for 3 consecutive months).
But that’s not all, LCL also supports the BDE by offering €50 for each account opened and active.
And to find out more :
If 10 accounts are opened and active, we pay an additional €250.
If 25 accounts are opened and active, we pay an additional €450.
For more than 50 active accounts, we pay an additional 700€.
Opening an association account with LCL is also simple and advantageous, with zero operating costs for student associations. What’s more, if you need a bank card, the fee is reduced by 50%, to just €30 a year.
With LCL, you have a solid financial partner at your side to support you in all your financial endeavours.