Head of publication
Joël Cuny, Chief Executive of ESTP Paris
The www.estp.fr website is published by the Ecole Spéciale des Travaux Publics, du Bâtiment et de l’Industrie (Association under the 1901 Act).
28 avenue du Président Wilson, 94234 Cachan Cedex
Tel.: +33 1 49 08 56 50
Fax.: +33 1 45 47 60 39
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ESTP Paris is committed to complying with and protecting the personal data of its Internet users.
The purpose of this policy is to transparently set out the rules applicable to personal data processing operations carried out by ESTP Paris, to oversee compliance of personal data processing operations and to ensure that data subjects’ rights are respected during use of the www.estp.fr website and any secure data collection or entry platforms by ESTP Paris departments and external hosts. All of the above is set out in this document titled “ESTP Paris Websites”.
This Data Protection Policy may be modified based on legal and regulatory changes or based on the recommendations issued by the Data Protection Authority (“Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés”/ CNIL).
What is personal data?
Personal data is data that directly or indirectly identifies a natural person. For example, a person may be directly identified when their surname and first name are listed on a file, i.e., a dataset that is organised in a structured manner. Similarly, an individual may be identified when a file contains information that enables them to be indirectly identified (e.g., registration no., telephone no., etc.).
Such data may also contain information on you based on your browsing history on a website, and notably information relating to use of the website, such as pages visited and services accessed, your IP address, the type of browser used, your access time, etc.
Such information must be processed and stored in compliance with legal and regulatory provisions on personal data protection.
ESTP Paris is a private higher education institution created with the legal status of an association under the Act of 1 July 1901 (published in the Official Journal of 2 July 1901) and its implementing Decree of 16 August 1901, registered under SIRET (company registration) No 325 002 111 00012, and whose registered office is located at 28 avenue du Président Wilson in Cachan (94230).
ESTP Paris is the data controller for such data and, as such, determines the processing purposes and means implemented through its “ESTP Paris Websites”.
Purpose of the processing: why do we use your personal data?
Generally speaking, you may visit our “ESTP Paris Websites” without needing to disclose your identity or provide us with your personal data. However, we may ask you to provide us with certain personal data, with the most confidential data being collected using secure access.
Processing carried out based on the performance of a public interest mission
We process your requests for information in order to meet your course-related and advisory needs. We monitor the careers of our graduates, community, ESTP Paris partners, etc., for the purposes of posting testimonials and interviews with ESTP Paris community members (alumni, institutional partners and companies, etc.).
Processing carried out based on your consent
If you have agreed to the use of your personal data for these purposes by granting your consent, you may withdraw your consent at any time.
Processing carried out based on ESTP Paris’ legitimate interests
This refers to processing necessary to ensure the operation and security of our websites, to conduct satisfaction surveys, generate statistics, to share news, academic works, and more generally, ESTP Paris’ knowledge with the users of the “ESTP Paris Websites”.
Processing carried out based on ESTP Paris’ legal requirements
The legal basis on which your personal data are processed is your consent (Article 6.1 of the General Data Protection Regulation - GDPR).
Certain data collected via our secure areas are essential to ESTP Paris’ administrative and legal processing tasks pursuant to the object of its articles of association.
Categories of data subjects concerned by processing operations
All users, i.e., all internet users browsing or visiting our “ESTP Paris Websites” are subject to personal data processing.
The data processing carried out by ESTP Paris generally concerns:
- Learners (students, apprentices and trainees);
- Doctoral students;
- Research project participants;
- Administrative staff;
- Guests and external lecturers;
- Internet users browsing the “ESTP Paris Websites”;
- Third parties (subcontractors or partners) involved in ESTP Paris’ general interest missions;
Data recipients or categories of data recipients
In view of the purpose of these processing operations, the data processed on the “ESTP Paris Websites” are intended for:
- ESTP Paris’ internal departments and are not transferred to third parties. They are required to ensure the website’s proper operation and the proper performance of processing operations carried out by ESTP Paris. They are only accessible to authorised persons.
- ESTP Paris service providers acting on its behalf and instructions (hosts, training platforms, external data processing platforms, etc.).
- Public authorities or other authorised third parties (judicial authorities, public bodies) where ESTP Paris is required to disclose such data pursuant to its legal or reporting obligations and where such disclosure is lawful pursuant to applicable law.
Data retention period
ESTP Paris ensures that it stores personal data in compliance with provisions in force or for the duration necessary to meet the purposes of the processing carried out and by taking applicable legal provisions into account and enforcing a specific retention period for certain categories of data, applicable limitation periods and CNIL recommendations.
Data retention periods are defined by ESTP Paris in view of legal and contractual requirements incumbent upon it and, failing such, based on its needs:
- Data relating to the traceability of access to “ESTP Paris Websites” (audience measurement): data stored for a maximum period of 2 years;
- Personal data collected through the contact form: data stored for a period of 1 year as from your contact request if no follow-up is made;
- Data used in the context of institutional training, scientific research and documentary missions in the public interest, whether collected or generated by the School: these are stored and updated using ESTP Paris’ various management tools in compliance with the duration of administrative use and legal limitation periods;
- Data used for research purposes are stored until the end of the research project or its publication and are subsequently archived in compliance with data protection, confidentiality, and any data access restriction principles.
Upon expiry of these retention periods, your data are securely and manually erased. Upon erasure, an erasure report is drafted.
Data subjects’ rights
Pursuant to the provision of Act no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 amended, any person the subject of personal data processing may exercise its right to access, rectification, erasure, restriction, portability and to object to processing, and to draft advance directives on how to handle their data after their death.
- Right of access: you are entitled to ask ESTP Paris directly to access your personal data, without any prior justification. All users are entitled to access the data retrieved by contacting the department in charge of data protection;
- Right to rectify your personal data: in the event your personal data are processed, ESTP Paris takes all appropriate measures to ensure the accuracy of your data and that they are updated in light of the purposes for which they were collected. If some of your personal data is inaccurate or incomplete, you are entitled to have them rectified;
- Right to erasure of your personal data: under certain specific circumstances, you are entitled to ask for your personal data to be erased. This right to erasure may be exercised by data subjects when your data:
- Are used for marketing purposes;
- Are no longer necessary in light of the objectives for which they were initially collected or processed;
- Are illegally processed;
- Must be erased to comply with a legal obligation;
- Right to portability: you have the ability to retrieve some of your personal data in an open and readable format in order to re-use them for personal purposes:
- Right to object or right to withdraw consent: you are entitled to object to the processing of your data at any time. However, this right to object does not equate to a right to have your data simply and permanently erased. Thus, your request to object will not be granted if:
- There is one or more legitimate and compelling reasons to continue to process your data;
- Your data are required to establish, exercise or defend legal claims;
- A legal obligation requires that your data be stored.
Contact details for all inquiries relating to the exercise of your rights:
We remind you that you have the right to lodge a claim with the supervisory authority, the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL).
Cnil – Service des plaintes
3 Place de Fontenoy - TSA 80715 - 75334 PARIS CEDEX 07
Tel.: 01 53 73 22 22
For more information on the exercise of your rights, see https://www.cnil.fr/fr/comprendre-vos-droits.
Contact details and Data Protection Officer (DPO)
ESTP Paris has appointed a Data Protection Officer or “DPO”.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For the attention of the DPO
28, avenue du Président Wilson
94234 Cachan cedex
- Contact form on the website www.estp.fr: Contact us | ESTP
Article 1: Designation
ESTP Paris, an association under the Act of 1901, is a higher education institution with several campuses - one of which dedicated to continuing education -, which provides courses in construction trades to a 2 to 8-year post-Baccalaureat level. Its registered office is located at 28 avenue du Président Wilson, 94230 Cachan.
In this document, ESTP Paris is also referred to as the School.
In these General Terms and Conditions of Sale, the following terms shall have the following meaning:
Admissibility: study of an applicants file containing the theoretical pre-requisites for admission to a given course, to be approved in subsequent additional stages (jury, interview, etc.).
Admission: analysis of the study of the file and results of the interview. Authorisation granted to the applicant to enrol in the course he/she has applied for.
Application fees: sum to be paid by the learner to cover the costs of processing applications.
CGE: Conférence des Grandes Ecoles, the association in charge of providing Specialised Master’s Degree (Mastère Spécialisé®) certification.
CTI: the Engineering Degree Committee (Commission des Titres d’Ingénieur), the body in charge of evaluating engineering courses in view of their accreditation enabling the relevant institution to issue said degree, of developing the quality of such courses and promoting engineering degrees and careers in France and abroad.
Continuing education: life-long education. Continuing education is for audiences having completed their initial education and who have generally already started their career. It enables individuals to acquire knowledge or know-how with a professional objective in mind, improve skills or change career by enrolling in the following programmes:
- Inter-company programme and “ESTP Paris Certificates” course: continuing education based on a catalogue provided within ESTP Paris’ premises or in premises provided by a third party, and/or remotely;
- Intra-company programme: continuing education tailored to a client company and provided in ESTP Paris’ premises, the client’s premises, or in premises provided by a third party, and/or remotely;
Specialised Master’s or ‘MS’: trademark registered with the National Institute of Intellectual Property (“Institut National de la Propriété Intellectuelle”/ INPI) owned by the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles. This is a quality certification recognised by the CGE, issuing a post-Master’s level degree (BAC + 6 years study). This course is for audiences wishing to acquire expertise, dual skills or to deepen their knowledge in a field with a view to furthering their career;
VAE: Under certain conditions Validation of prior experience (“Validation des Acquis de l’Expérience) enables an applicant to obtain a certification and, in some cases, a diploma, by validating their prior experience. This professional certification must be registered with the National Registry of Professional Certification (“Répertoire National des Certifications Professionnelles”/ RNCP).
Initial education: education received during an education cycle, with no interruption of school enrolment. Depending on the course, the learner is granted either student or apprentice status: Engineering: course aimed at a student or apprentice resulting in a 5-year higher education diploma (Bac + 5 years of higher education);
Works Manager: course aimed at a student or apprentice resulting in a 2-year higher education diploma (Bac + 2 years of study);
Licence: course aimed at a student or apprentice resulting in a 3-year higher education diploma issued jointly by a public education institution;
Bachelor’s programme: course aimed at a student or apprentice resulting in a 3-year higher education diploma. Only the Bachelor’s degree in construction issued by Cachan provides Licence equivalence;
Double degree: course aimed at a student with a 5- years higher education diploma or higher, i.e., the ESTP Paris Engineering degree and diploma issued jointly by another school;
Master’s: course aimed at a student; this is the academic name of a 5-year higher education diploma obtained after 5 years of higher education at a university or Grande Ecole.
Deposit: sum of money paid by the learner upon enrolment. If he/she withdraws, this sum is kept by ESTP Paris.
Learner: any person with the capacity to enrol in a course, whether as part of initial education - apprenticeship or other - or continuing education. This generic term is broken down as follows based on the course enrolled in:
initial training via apprenticeship: apprentice,
initial training with student status: pupil,
continuing education: trainee.
Syllabus: the content of the course proposed by the lecturer prior to lectures for approval by the head of Education or the head of Continuing education at ESTP Paris. It sets out prerequisites, the aims of the lesson, the skills to be acquired by learners by the end of the course, the programme, learning method, means of assessment and bibliography around which the lesson is structured. At ESTP Paris, this is called a lesson plan.
Article 2: General clause
Enrolment to an ESTP Paris course implies acceptance of these General Terms and Conditions of Sale and compliance with each campus’ Internal Rules which are displayed on site and the terms of adhesion to which are specified in Articles 18 of these General Terms and Conditions of Sale. Consequently, no contrary, additional or amending clause may be invoked against the School, unless accepted in writing by management. These conditions prevail over all other documents, and particularly over all general terms and conditions of purchase. The special conditions contained in any Continuing Education and MS agreements and training agreements specify the special clauses applicable to each course.
Article 3: Purpose and Scope
These General Terms and Conditions of Sale apply to all education services provided by the School to a learner, whether as part of initial or continuing education (life-long training). The designated education services are provided on ESTP campuses, in its premises, in appropriate locations or via e-learning. The content, format, price and scheduling of the courses are defined in the course offer listed on our website: http://www.estp.fr/ These General Terms and Conditions of Sale, the application file or the training agreement and training programme form the contract between the learner and the School.
Article 4: Objective of the courses
The objective of the courses is to enable each learner to acquire knowledge, new skills or to improve their construction careers.
Syllabuses are drafted prior to each course in order to meet its objectives. However, where he/she considers it necessary, the lecturer may slightly change their content based on the group’s dynamic or level, provided that it allows the acquisition of the skills targeted by the course.
At the end of the course, the diplomas obtained, the course certificates, “ESTP Paris Certificates” or MS certification will be issued to the learners having enrolled in the course and met the obtention conditions inherent to each. The learning methods used and the programme will be organised so as to enable learners to acquire the necessary skills to pass all exams. They will be scrupulously adapted to the obtention conditions of ESTP Paris diplomas, and notably those recognised by the State and/or accredited by the Engineering Degree Committee (CTI) or certified by the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles (CGE).
Article 5: Target audience
Admission to the Works Manager course or Bachelor course is aimed at applicants with a Baccalaureat degree in the series required by the relevant course. Admission to the Licence or Engineering course is aimed respectively at those with a 2-year higher education degree in the relevant pathways and those from Grande Ecole preparatory classes selected after Centrale-Supéect, ENSEA DUT - ATS competitive examinations or via the ENSAM bank. Alternative admission based on a degree is also possible, under certain conditions set out in the admission section of our website www.estp.fr/admissions, for the Works Manager, Bachelor, Licence and engineering courses. Prerequisites for admission to a Specialised Master’s (Mastères Spécialisés®)
or to continuing education are indicated on the programme sheets published on the website www.estp.fr
Article 6: Course content
Save for some living language courses, the course will be dispensed in French or English by qualified lecturers with extensive and recognised references and experience in their areas of specialty. To take the course, we highly recommend that learners have a good grasp of French and/or English.
The School is bound by a best-efforts obligation as regards its courses.
Article 7: Fees and payment
The amount of initial education school fees is determined every year by the ESTP Paris Board and displayed on campuses and on the website. Pupils confirm these when completing their administrative enrolment.
The public rates for continuing education (save for specific provisions below) are available on the website www.estp.fr. For each intra or inter-company course, ESTP Paris undertakes to provide the client with a quote on request.
Continuing education clients accept the rates and payment terms by returning a signed copy of the quote, training agreement, enrolment form (completed, dated, signed and stamped by the company, with the indication “Valid for approval”), or training contract.
Enrolment is confirmed once the continuing education deposit fee has been cashed; according to the conditions set out in the training agreement or contract for continuing education courses and specialised Master’s courses.
School fees or course tuition are payable according to the schedule and terms set out in the enrolment or re-enrolment agreement, or in the training agreement or contract, and must be paid in euros. Payment may be made by direct debit, bank transfer or cheque (subject to collection). For international payments: the issuer bears all fees relating to financial transactions. He/she must ensure that the beneficiary of the payment received the full amount owed.
Except in the event of prior authorisation by ESTP Paris in specific and exceptional cases, upon written request by the learner, the latter undertakes to comply with the scheduled payment deadlines. In case of non-compliance on its part, except for force majeure or a legitimate and compelling reason, the School reserves the right to suspend or end the contract and to prohibit access to the course. Failure by the learner frees ESTP Paris of any liability regarding his/her access to exams.
Any delay in payment on the scheduled dates will automatically give rise, without prior notice, to the application of late-payment interest at a rate of 5%. These late-payment penalties are payable as from the start of each quarter following the due date. The amount of such default interest cannot be less than the fixed amount of €20 per late payment. This interest is calculated on quarterly basis and debited from the learner’s account at the start of each following quarter.
ESTP Paris course fees are not subject to VAT pursuant to Article 261, paragraph 4, subparagraph 4 of the French General Tax Code.
Article 8: Special financial provisions
If the learner or the client company wish to involve a joint body to
finance the course, they must:
make a request for financial cover before the first day of the course and ensure the proper completion of this request;
explicitly indicate such on the enrolment form or purchase order;
ensure the proper completion of payment by the designated joint body.
In these cases, the following rules apply:
If the joint body covers part of the course tuition, the outstanding amount will be borne by the learner or the client company;
If ESTP Paris has not received confirmation of financial cover by the joint body on the first day of the course, the learner or the client company will be charged based on the schedule set out in the agreement or contract;
In case of non-payment by the joint body, for any reason (late submission of the request for financial cover, incomplete application, absence of the learner during course hours, etc.), the learner or the client company will be required to pay the full course tuition.
Article 9: Automatic cooling-off and withdrawal periods applicable to the training agreement
The learner will benefit from a 14-day cooling-off period if the contract is signed online, remotely or outside ESTP Paris’ premises (Article L221-18 of the French Consumer Code), and from a 10 day cooling-off period if the contract is signed within ESTP Paris’ premises (Article L6353-5 of the Labour Code) as from signature of the contract entered into with ESTP Paris or as from approval of his/her application file on the application platform. During this period, the learner may exercise his/her right to withdraw by sending the form appended to these General Terms and Conditions of Sale by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt and request that any deposits paid are refunded; application fees are kept by ESTP Paris.
On expiry of the cooling-off period, the learner is considered enrolled and his/her spot is reserved. As a result, he/she is required to take part in the course. Furthermore, he/she expressly accepts that the contract between him/her and ESTP Paris must be performed prior to the expiry of the cooling-off period, as soon as he/she starts the course and therefore explicitly waives his/her right to withdraw as from the start of the course.
If an applicant does not meet all admissibility and admission requirements, the School reserves the right to not accept the application, notably following an exclusion decision rendered by the admissions jury. In this case, the application file and any amounts paid will be returned to the applicant as soon as possible, minus any application fees which are kept by the School.
Article 10: Withdrawal at the learner’s initiative
Withdrawal in case of force majeure as defined by Article 1218 of the French Civil Code or in case of legitimate and compelling reason:
As long as a return to the course may be considered at the end of the event, the contract is not terminated;
The contract is terminated where the event permanently prevents a return to the course or where the learner invokes a legitimate and compelling reason during the course. A partial refund of the course tuition or school fees paid may be considered, but must not exceed an amount calculated based on a pro rata of course hours attended over the total course duration, and the amounts of deposits and application fees paid cannot be refunded.
Withdrawal from initial education courses:
In the event of withdrawal after the cooling-off period and 7 business days prior to the start of the course: the learner may cancel his/her participation in the course, without any refund of deposits or application fees paid.
Withdrawal less than 7 business days prior to the start of the course or during the course: a learner who is enrolled to an initial education course at the School and wishes to discontinue their participation must do so in writing.
o If this discontinuation occurs after less than 3 months of the course and he/she requests a reduction in school fees: his/her request may be examined on a case-by-case basis in line with ESTP Paris’criteria but will be limited to half of all school fees. The
learner will be refunded any overpayments within 30 days of his/her request to withdraw;
o For withdrawals after said 3 months, the learner is required to pay all school fees.
Withdrawal from long-term continuing education courses dispensed by Continuing Education:
o For Specialised Master’s courses, or any other long-term course:
- If the learner withdraws prior to the start of the course and after the cooling-off period: Deposits paid on signature of the training agreement and application fees are kept by ESTP Paris;
- If the learner withdraws after having already started the course, he/she must pay all course fees.
o For intra and inter-company courses:
- Withdrawal from a course less than 15 clear days prior to the start date will result in the trainee or company being charged a withdrawal penalty to the amount of 30% of the total initial price of the course;
- If the trainee has started the course: the entire course will be charged to the trainee or his/her company.
Article 11: Cancellation at the School’s initiative
ESTP Paris declines any liability for breach of its obligations caused by force majeure, including but not limited to loss, storm, fire, strike, etc. whether internal or external to the School, and which prevents the satisfactory provision of its services.
In case of the cancellation of a course by the School, not including force majeure, the course will be postponed where possible. For continuing education courses, the School reserves the right to postpone the date of a session when the number of enrolled participants is insufficient, provided it informs the learner or his/her company with 15 days’ notice.
Article 12: Special case of events in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic
The occurrence of events in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic, and the consequences said pandemic may result in, is not of an unforeseeable nature on the date of the conclusion of this contract. Consequently, the parties cannot validly invoke obstacles in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic in defence of a case of force majeure as defined in Article 1218 of the French Civil Code in order to free themselves of their contractual obligations hereunder. Thus, ESTP Paris and its co-signatories are required to take any measures to ensure the material performance of this contract, in advance, and with full knowledge of the logistical and organisational difficulties that may arise from the outburst of the aforementioned virus.
In any case, in the case in which such an event arises, the parties undertake to not request termination of the contract and to:
inform the other party of the occurrence of the event in question as soon as it becomes aware of it or, where this is proven impossible, as soon as possible;
prefer postponement of the contract rather than termination. Thus, the parties will mutually agree on the terms for postponing the contract where proposed by ESTP Paris.
Article 13: Conditions relating to entry on French soil
Learners residing in countries outside of the European Union must be up to date and in compliance with French immigration rules. To benefit from a practical traineeship within a company as part of one of the School’s courses, we highly recommend obtaining a “Long stay” visa from the French embassy/consulate of your country. Upon receipt of your enrolment to the School, the School will issue a confirmation of enrolment and a certificate enabling you to obtain a visa. As from his/her arrival, the learner undertakes to possess all necessary authorisations set out by legislation and regulations in force to reside and/or work in France, for the duration of the course.
Article 14: Liability and Insurance
The learner is solely liable for any physical injury and/or material damage caused by him/her in the context of the course attended at the School. In this respect, every learner or client company must take out insurance covering any loss suffered and caused to itself or its learners if it is a company.
In the event of theft, the School cannot under any circumstances be held liable for any damage to or loss of objects and personal items belonging to learners.
Every learner must ensure their personal safety and that of others by complying with the general and special safety and hygiene instructions in force at the course location. He/she undertakes to read and comply with ESTP Paris’ COVID-19 protocol. However, pursuant to Article R. 6352-1 of the French Labour Code, when the course is dispensed within a company or establishment with its own internal rules, the applicable health and safety measures are those indicated in the latter rules (practical traineeships or apprenticeships in a third party company, as part of an ESTP Paris course, and for which tripartite agreements have been signed between ESTP Paris/Company/Learner, site visits, seminars, etc.).
Article 15: Image and intellectual and industrial property rights
The School reserves the option to use images of learners on media used for educational purposes or to illustrate its programmes and brochures, provided said learners have accepted the use of their “Image rights” via the dedicated form or on the enrolment platform.
Regardless of their format (paper, digital, electronic, etc.), course materials are protected by intellectual property rights and copyright. Reproduction, in full or in part, is not permitted without ESTP Paris’ express authorisation. The learner or client company undertake to not use, transmit or reproduce all or part of such documents to organise or coordinate courses.
During and after the course, the learner undertakes to not use the name “Ecole Spéciale des Travaux Publics du Bâtiment de L’industrie” or “ESTP Paris” or “ESTP” as a trademark, company name, brand or for any other purpose, product or service, with not time or geographic limitation. comptafrance
Article 16: Nominative information
The information and data relating to learners are necessary for the management of their file and for the School’s business relations. Such information and data may be provided to companies, service providers, supervisory bodies, etc. in order to meet ESTP Paris’ legitimate interests. Such information and data are also stored for safety purposes, in order to comply with legal and regulatory obligations and to enable ESTP Paris to improve and customise the services it offers and the information it regularly sends to its learners.
Pursuant to the Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978 and the new text applicable as of right, Regulation 2016/679 or the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the applicant or learner has the right to access, to rectify and to object to the processing of his/her personal data. Pursuant to regulations in force, any request relating to such data must be made to the Data Protection Officer (email@example.com), signed and accompanied by a photocopy of proof of ID containing the learner’s signature and must specify the address to which the response must be sent. A response will be provided within 2 months of receipt of his/her request.
Article 17: Applicable law and Disputes
These General Terms and Conditions of Sale are governed by French law. In case of a dispute between ESTP Paris, the learner or the learner’s company, the search for an amicable solution must be preferred. Any disputes relating to interpretation, performance or termination of this document fall under the jurisdiction of the courts of the place where the School has established its registered address, to the exclusion of all others.
Article 18: Internal rules and Academic rules
On admission to ESTP Paris, every learner or company for continuing education must take note of, read and sign the School’s Internal Rules and its Academic rules for initial, continuing and Specialised Master’s courses (Mastères Spécialisés®) which set out the conditions of access, opening times, course organisation, health and safety, general discipline and the terms for the awarding of diplomas, Specialised Master’s degrees, ESTP Paris certification and certificates.
Every learner undertakes to comply with these rules under penalty of the sanctions set out therein.
Attachments: Withdrawal form
I hereby notify you that I am withdrawing from the course indicated below:
Name of course/service: …………………………………………………………….
Course start date: ……………………………………………………………….
Agreement signed or enrolment confirmed on: ……………………………………………….
Name and first name of the signatory (learner or client company):
Address of the signatory (learner or client company):
Signed on: ………………………………………………, in: ……………………………………….
Pursuant to the provisions of Act no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on information technology, data files and civil liberties and the new text applicable as of right, Regulation 2016/679 or the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), you have the right to access, modify, rectify and erase your personal data collected.
Any personal data collected with this form will not be disclosed to third parties.