Apprenticeship tax

By choosing EDHEC as the beneficiary of their apprenticeship tax, partner companies make a decisive contribution to EDHEC’s development strategy.

SUPPORTING EDHEC’S GOALS AND INDEPENDENCE

The only occasion when the allocation is chosen by the taxpayer, the apprenticeship tax provides EDHEC with the resources it needs to preserve its unique status as a fully independent institution, created by and for entrepreneurs. In a fast-changing economic environment, it is also a way to confirm their adherence to EDHEC’s fundamental role; namely, adding value to companies and society by encouraging educational innovation, academic excellence and the training of future talent.

 

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