The purpose of the Apprenticeship Tax is to involve employers in the financing of initial technological and vocational training. It is a tax due by companies employing employees: everything you need to know about this tax.
Make the choice to direct this tax towards the Physics Department to involve your company in our training offer: the Physics Department is indeed 4 professionalizing courses, from the DEUST Digital Infrastructures to the Masters IMQ (Instrumentation, Measurements & Quality) and VS2I (Strategic Watch, Intelligence & Innovation) through the Licence ER2E (Renewable Energies & Energy Efficiency) Your financial participation is essential for us to put in place the tools that make our students successful trainees and graduates who meet your skill requirements.
The apprenticeship tax, leading to a true University-Company partnership, contributes to
- Acquire high-performance technical resources to provide the high-level training that companies have a right to expect Train technicians and engineers in the latest technologies with a great capacity for adaptation reinforced by internships in companies.
- In return, each company paying its apprenticeship tax to the Physics Department becomes a privileged partner, allowing it to obtain a return on investment.
Since 2020, you pay your apprenticeship tax directly to the University of Lille without any intermediary.
To simulate the amount of your apprenticeship tax and to facilitate your payment and the reception of your receipt, use the application MyTaULille :
- Follow the steps indicated on this page. Upon receipt of your pledge, you will receive the bank details of the University of Lille. Designate the Department of Physics or one of its courses as the beneficiary.
- Make your transfer and send your check letter to the order of the accounting agent of the University of Lille. You will then receive your tax receipt directly from the University of Lille.