Executive education


Financing a TSMs Executive Education programme comes from three main sources: the national government, the region, and the employer. A student may be financed by one or a combination of these sources.

Three different types of students are eligible for this financing:


  • Employed people
  • Unemployed people
  • People between the ages of 16 and 30 under certain circumstances


Depending on your status, you must consult with the appropriate structure to find out if your Executive Education project is eligible for additional financing.

The information below deals more specifically with the regulatory and financial aspects of TSM Executive Education and provides links to more specific information.


Training for Private Sector Employees


Depending on the number of employees, the company must provide evidence of contributing to training programmes in order to promote the development of its employees’ skills.

There are multiple ways to full the obligation to finance training and skills development, and each has different rules and requirements: to choose the solution most adapted to your company’s situation, you should understand the details of the various schemes.



Training for Public Sector Employees


A highly interesting option especially for long training programmes.


Training for Youth and the Unemployed


This type of training helps companies hire employees with little or no experience by mixing work with training.


Training for the Self-Employed


If you are self-employed (farmer, artisan, freelance worker, independent shop owner, entrepreneur, etc;) you can access Executive Education and benefit from financial aid as you also financially contribute to a state licensed structure to manage training funding.