Tuition & Fees

Annual Tuition Fees for the Master of Arts Program

Academic year 2020-2021

Financial Aid

Students taking a course – AIM Bachelor’s degree

Bank loans

AIM works with the Société Générale bank, which offers our students already resident in France with parents (for parental guarantee) preferential rates (1.8%) and repayment facilities.
Do not hesitate to ask your bank or ask us for contact details for the Société Générale.

Paid internships

Students will earn at least 504€ net/month for any internship completed in France (up to 12 months cumulative over the course of the two-year program).



AIM does not have a scholarship program.
However, there are many students who – at their request – have received scholarships granted by public and private organizations (especially hotels).


Working while studying at AIM

This is not recommended during the first year, but the schedules during the 2nd and 3rd years of the Bachelor program are designed to enable students to take on a part-time professional activity for up to 20 hours per week.

Tuition fees for the Master of Arts program

Full payment

  Pre-registration Tuition fees
at registration*
TOTAL Master of Arts
Master of Arts (2020 - 2021) 400 € 13.500 € * 13.900 €

* Only for EU citizens, alternatively: 7.000 € upon registration + 6.900 € October 1st.

A variety of benefits offered to our students


 included in tuition fees (and offered by AIM)

CRASE (Cornell Restaurant Administration Simulation Exercise)

CRASE (Cornell Restaurant Administration Simulation Exercise)

A program designed for managers of major restaurants and provided regularly in the context of professional training.

World-renowned in the industry, this one-week long program is meant for directors and managers of top restaurants.
Students on the Bachelor and MBA Preparatory programs work in small rival groups to simulate running a top restaurant. Competition is fierce as they are expected to manage staff, strive for excellence and maintain standards and costs in a very challenging environment.
May the best team win!



Throughout the duration of their studies, AIM students receive the CIUP Campus card allowing access to:

Certifications professionnelles AHLEI (Association Fédérale Américaine de l’Hôtellerie)

Optional, Certifications AHLEI
with books and manuals

Possibility of obtaining professional certification issued by AHLEI (for students wishing to follow the option in English) concerning the following subjects:

- Purchasing in Food & Beverage Operations
- Cost Control in Food & Beverage Operations
- Bar & Beverage Management