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The apprenticeship tax

What has changed

Since 2020, the methods for collecting apprenticeship tax will evolve within the framework of the "Professional Future" law known as the "Loi Avenir". 13% of your apprenticeship tax can now be channeled towards the IPAG - as opposed to 23% since 2015. The terms of payment are still being validated; you can find the draft decree by clicking here. This year again, our establishment is entitled to receive the apprenticeship tax.

The apprenticeship tax, which is 0.68% of the total payroll, thus comprises two parts:

  • 1 part equal to 87% of the tax (former quota) for financing apprenticeships;
  • 1 share equal to 13% of the tax (former out of quota, the balance) intended for discharging expenses incurred by the employer to finance initial, vocational and technological training, excluding apprenticeship training (former out of quota).

IPAG is authorised to collect the 13% of your Apprenticeship Tax without any intermediary

Under the new scale, known as the "Balance of the apprenticeship tax" corresponds to 13% of the A.T. The Labour Code (Article L6241-5) stipulates which establishments are eligible for this funding: the IPAG is eligible.

In 2021, you will therefore be able to allocate your scale directly to the IPAG without going through an intermediary (OCTA, OPCA or OPCO) by cheque or transfer.

How to pay your 13% directly to the IPAG?

With the latest reform, companies now pay their tax to one or more establishments. You can check our authorisations on the sites of the prefecture of the Ile-de-France or South (ex PACA) regions using our UAI codes since 1 January 2020. Please note that there is no longer any notion of "category A or B".

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Via our platform :

By Bank Transfer
Caisse d’Épargne île-de-France
IBAN : FR76 1751 5900 0008 0166 3340 538

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PLEASE indicate as the reason/reference: "IPAG TA 2021"

By Cheque
Send the cheque to:
Service Taxe d’Apprentissage
75006 PARIS
Please indicate on the back of the cheque: "IPAG TA 2021"


What about the remaining 87%?

The 87% (former quota) is meant to finance apprenticeship training. IPAG relies on VINCI's CFA Sup to train its apprentices:

CFA Sup de Vinci - IPAG
6-12 avenue Léonard de Vinci
92916 La Défense Cedex

When can I send a cheque or transfer directly to IPAG?

From today until 31 May 2021. A receipt will then be sent to you by us as soon as we receive your payment.


For any questions or pledges, you can contact:

Responsable Partenariats et Relations Entreprises
Tel: 06 49 64 23 03


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Responsable Career Center

« A l’IPAG chaque étudiant bénéficie d’un dispositif solide construit autour de l’acquisition de 5 compétences clés qui lui seront essentielles pour mener à bien sa carrière : Compétences métiers, Travail d’équipe, Adaptabilité, Résolution de problèmes, Ethique. »


Directrice des Ressources, de la Recherche & Développement, des Chaires, des Talents et de la RSE

« Labellisée EESPIG, l’IPAG promeut un leadership agile et inclusif à même de conjuguer viabilité des modèles d’affaires des entreprises, soutenabilité environnementale et inclusivité sociale. La chaire ‘Entreprise inclusive’ de l’IPAG, soutenue par une douzaine d’institutions et d’ entreprises mécènes, nourrit quotidiennement cette démarche à impact social positif, dans les champs de la recherche, de la pédagogie, de la relation partenariale et de l’action sociale. »


Directrice de la Vie Étudiante

« Engagée en faveur d’un accès à tous à des études supérieures de qualité, l’IPAG a mis en place des dispositifs d’aides spécifiques, sur critères sociaux et cumulables avec les bourses du CROUS accordées par l’État. En 2021, ce sont plus de 200 000€ qui ont été alloués dans le cadre des bourses IPAG à près de 300 étudiants. »


Directeur de l’IPAG Entrepreneurship & Family Business Center

« L’IPAG détient un dispositif d’accompagnement entrepreneurial mis en place dès la 1ère année de nos programmes. En 2021, 132 étudiant(e)s et Alumni ont rejoint notre incubateur, ainsi que 16 femmes victimes de violences domestiques dans le cadre de leur projet de reconversion. »

Hire our talents

Internships & Apprenticeship

Profiles for all recruiters

All our students are required to complete an internship of 1 to 6 months each year. They can acquire this practical experience, which is essential to their training, in all types of structures (start-ups, SMEs, large groups, public institutions and companies, etc.), both in France and abroad. Throughout the year, and based on the internship calendar established for each program, you can recruit our students and benefit from their expertise in marketing, communication, finance, accounting, human resource, real estate...

Some of our students, ranging from 1st to 5th year studies, can complete an apprenticeship in the company of their choice (start-up, SME, large group, public institution, etc.). This is an opportunity for you to recruit and train them over the long term, at the rate of two to three days a week within your company. At IPAG, you will find work-study students with diverse profiles and skills in all areas: marketing, communication, finance, auditing, international trade, human resource management, real estate.

Our internship calendars

Would you like to hire one or more of our students? Check out our calendars:

How to submit a work-study offer?

We invite you to submit your job offer to our Career Center IPAG by JobTeaser.

Corporate Missions

Tailor-made consulting assignments

Every year, our students carry out around fifty consulting missions for companies of all shapes and sizes. Our 2nd and 4th year students are at your disposal to carry out a consulting mission whose purpose is entirely up to you: competitive analysis, audit, development of a sales strategy, fundraising campaign, etc. These projects are all carried out under the supervision of an IPAG professor who is a specialist in the issues addressed.

A few examples of missions

  • Marketing: market research, product launch, customer loyalty and CRM
  • Communication: event organisation, developing communication strategy on social media, improving SEO...
  • Commerce: business development, sourcing and procurement, supply chain analysis...
  • Finance: audit, management control...
  • Entrepreneurship: business feasibility study, fundraising campaign, competitive analysis...
  • HR: CSR analysis, in-house communication, monitoring of social legislation, etc.


Research missions on inclusion and diversity in the workplace

Our students can also conduct research missions on issues related to inclusion, diversity, CSR and sustainable development in companies. Each of these projects is conducted under the direction of one of the researchers of the IPAG Chair on Inclusive Enterprise.

Take part in our Events


Business Games: test our students on real-life cases

All year round in Paris and Nice, many companies challenge our students through Business Games. These challenges allow you to meet high-potential profiles and to evaluate their skills in real-life conditions: analysis and synthesis skills, stress management, creativity, precision, respect of constraints, etc.

The #Negoc'IPAG negotiation competition

Every year, four to six companies present a concrete case of sales negotiation to our best students. Each candidate has two and a half hours to analyse his or her subject and propose their recommendations. This is an opportunity for you to identify promising profiles but also to benefit from their outside perspective on issues that are close to your heart.

They challenge our students :

2018 : Rexel, Caisse d’épargne, FNBM, Uniper, CBRE, Nissan, Ze presenters
2019 : CBRE,, Zepresenters, Les mousquetaires, Rexel, La Martiniquaise-Bardinet
2020 : Altran, Capsule B, Click&Rent, Izi Solutions, CBRE GWS


Meet our students

Interested by our students’ profiles? Come meet them at our recruitment forums – called “IPAG Career Days” – organised throughout the year.

Become involved with IPAG

Teach at IPAG

In order to train truly effective managers, each year we bring together more than 180 working professionals - company directors, managers, bankers, consultants or start-up creators - alongside the 80 teacher-researchers in our school. Whatever your profession, you may have a wealth of experience, practical advice and proven know-how that you can pass on to the managers of tomorrow.

Join our admission juries

Since our students may be your colleagues tomorrow, come and take part in their selection by joining our admission juries. Made up of a member of our teaching team and a company representative, these juries are good way to assess the motivation candidates during individual interviews. Regardless of whether you are an IPAG alumni, an executive or a consultant, your eyes and your professional judgement is essential to us. Being a jury also allows you to make sure that the students who enter our school are a perfect match for the current and future needs of companies.

Take part in the development of our programs

This is one of the golden rules of our school: our programs should be perfectly in line with the reality of the field and the expectations of the recruiters. To achieve this, our Development Committee, made up of business leaders and players from the economic and social spheres, meets twice a year to update our programs, ensure their consistency and strengthen their cross-functionality. Your opinion is therefore crucial in the process of developing our pedagogy for the years to come.

Sponsor a class

One of our IPAG traditions is that each class has an executive sponsor. Their mission: to intervene regularly with our students to accompany them, guide them, advise them, etc.

The latest sponsors:

- Gilles Lamiré, business leader, winner of the Transat Jacques Vabre 2019 (class of 2025)
- Philippe Kunter, CSR Director of BPI France (class of 2024)
- Isabelle Chambon, Deputy Director General for Student Finance (class of 2023)
- Christophe Billet, Executive Director South Europe of Naos - Bioderma (class of 2022)
- Céline Lanau, CEO of Pierre Hermé (class of 2021)
- Sébastien Valette, Managing Director France of Samsonite (class of 2020)
- Philippe Lucas, Integration Director at Safran (class of 2019)
- Yann Beguet, former Managing Director of Réseau Club Bouygues Telecom (class of 2018)


- Eric Brac de la Perriere, Managing Director and founder of YOYO (class of 2017)
- Richard Frajnd, Managing Director France of CA Technologies (class of 2016)
- Philippe Kron, President of iQuesta (class of 2015)
- Alain Marty, CEO of Wine & Business Club (class of 2014)
- Gaël Vallade, CEO of Hour Passion, Swatch Group (promotion 2013)
- Frédéric Fabi, CEO of Dupli Print (promotion 2012)
- Laetitia Caron, Managing Director, (class of 2011)

Contribute to our IPAG Endowment Fund

Support top-notch Research

By contributing to our endowment fund, you support in the first place our research policy and our laboratory. Indeed, it is its work that has enabled IPAG to be ranked first French business school in the RePEC international ranking for research in economics and to appear in the prestigious Shanghai ranking since 2016. A achievement to which companies and alumni have directly contributed by supporting IPAG through our endowment fund.

You as a company can also strengthen your R&D by supporting one of our research chairs. They can work on projects tailored to your needs, whether they are strategic or operationally oriented. All this work is led by high-level researchers recognized for their sector expertise.

Lastly, you have the opportunity to reinforce your brand image, in France and internationally, and to increase your visibility by participating in the many symposia and conferences organized each year by the IPAG laboratory. These meetings, which are distinguished by their strong multidisciplinary nature, bring together leading researchers, companies and decision-makers from all over the world.

Encourage equality and meritocracy

Donating to IPAG Endowment Fund also supports our commitment to equal opportunities. Each year, your contributions help finance our scholarship schemes for young people from modest backgrounds with exemplary academic backgrounds.

Support innovative companies

Your contributions also allow us to support IPAG students and graduates who have projects incubated in our Entrepreneurship Center. With your support, they can take their entrepreneurial project through all its stages, from formalizing their business plan to finding their first customers. Nearly 60 companies have been created in part thanks to you since 2009 including successful luxury brands.

Tax benefits

Contributing to the endowment fund entitles you to a tax break:

  • Individuals, you are entitled to an income tax reduction. The amount of this deduction corresponds to 66% of your donation, up to a limit of 20% of your taxable income.
  • Companies, you can benefit from a reduced corporate tax rate. Its amount corresponds to 60% of the sum paid, up to a limit of 5% of your turnover.


For further information or to make a donation, you can email at