Apprenticeship Tax

By choosing to pay your apprenticeship tax to EM Strasbourg, you are contributing to our mission to train responsible, high-performing managers with an international outlook, who, in the future, will join your organizations.

Apprenticeship Tax - EM Strasbourg

The Apprenticeship Tax


The apprenticeship tax is the only tax that offers your company choice when it comes to the beneficiary. To pursue our development strategy and carry out innovative projects in terms of research and teaching, we need your support. 



Why Choose EM Strasbourg when Paying Your Apprenticeship Tax? A Word from the Dean 


"As the Dean of EM Strasbourg and in a personal capacity, I am convinced that our students will find their place in society and make a difference not only as managers but also as individuals. This is EM Strasbourg’s mission: to help our students discover who they really are and make their professional goals a reality.

I strongly believe that we share this state of mind. It's time to be yourself. It's time to join forces, to move forward together in the same direction, and to enable the managers of the future to feel fulfilled and be efficient.

By associating yourself with our “be distinctive” spirit, you are providing valuable support to a business school that is shaking up the codes of management schools. A school which, by its choice to open up to companies and the major sectors of the economy, has been able to build a training model that is both humanistic and innovative.

Paying your apprenticeship tax to EM Strasbourg will contribute to breaking down barriers between the academic and professional worlds."

Herbert Castéran, Dean of EM Strasbourg



At EM Strasbourg, Your Contributions Allow Us to Optimize Our Students’ Educational Tools


Projects implemented in 2019

  • The Observatory of the Future: launched in February 2019, the mission of EM Strasbourg's Observatory of the Future is to offer a platform for discussions between companies, researchers, and local stakeholders on prospective subjects (link to find out more)
  • Strengthening La Ruche à Projets, a talent incubator: because EM Strasbourg believes in its students' entrepreneurial projects, the School has set up a space dedicated to them in 2013: the entrepreneurial center La Ruche à Projets. From a simple idea to a more accomplished project, a team of coaches challenge and support students.


Upcoming projects in 2020

  • Redesigning the School's websites in response to its ambitions: the goal is to offer a new user experience by the end of 2020 by responding to specific issues and needs. Available in three languages (French, English, and German), the main website, like EM Strasbourg, will have a clear international direction.



How Does the Apprenticeship Tax Work? 


Your tax represents 0.68% (0.44% for Alsace-Moselle) of your payroll for the previous year.
*In accordance with the 2019 reform of the apprenticeship tax and training contribution

The apprenticeship share of 87% of the tax is to be paid directly to the OPCO (professional training body) of your professional branch in order to contribute to financing apprenticeships.

The remaining 13% is to be paid directly to the organization of your choice authorized to collect the tax. 


Payment Methods


Log on to and fill in your payment details in order to obtain proof of your payment by bank transfer or cheque.
Our UAI number: 0673015N


Make your payment by check: 

  • To the Accounting Office at:
    EM Strasbourg Business School
    Service comptabilité
    61 avenue de la Forêt Noire
    67 085 STRASBOURG Cedex


Make your payment by wire transfer: 

Please contact us so that a rib can be sent to you


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A Team That Can Support You and Answer Your Questions 


Do you need information or help with your apprenticeship tax remittance? Our team is at your disposal to answer your questions: 

Grand Est Region 
Nathalie Sipp

Partnership and Business Developer

  • +33 (0)3 68 85 83 29


Outside the Grand Est Region
Olivier Broihanne

Business and Corporate Development Director 

  • +33 (0)3 68 85 83 65


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