Student-entrepreneur status, with Pépite France
Students at ENSAE Paris have the opportunity to follow a student-entrepreneur path during their studies, or even after graduation, as part of the PEIPS program, a network of young entrepreneurs in the Paris-Saclay region.
Each student-entrepreneur is selected after presenting his or her project, and has the opportunity to attend various workshops dedicated to entrepreneurial tools (marketing/communication, business plan, etc.). Numerous events are organized throughout the program via the Pépite PEIPS and associated socio-economic players (student-entrepreneur day, pitch competition, etc.).
SN2E eligibility requirements
The SNEE is open to all students with at least a baccalaureate level, as well as a project to set up or take over a business, or a strong involvement in an association. Personal and issued for one academic year, it can be renewed if the student wishes to continue developing his or her project.
D2E eligibility requirements
D2E is open primarily to young graduates with at least a baccalaureate and a business start-up or takeover project. Automatically coupled with the "Statut National Étudiant-Entrepreneur" (National Student-Entrepreneur Status), it enables project leaders to follow a reinforced support program in addition to the advantages of the SNEE. Personal and issued for one academic year, it can be renewed once if the student wishes to continue developing his or her project.
The possibility of appeal
As is customary, any unsuccessful application can be appealed.
SN2E and D2E application dates
Innovation and entrepreneurship at IP Paris
In a changing world, the Institut Polytechnique de Paris encourages entrepreneurship among its students, researchers and graduates, whose impact will help to meet major economic, social and environmental challenges.
Institut Polytechnique Paris is also a partner in the innovation business park being developed by the Etablissement public d'aménagement (EPA) Paris-Saclay, which will be built to the east of the Saclay plateau.
The aims of this guide :
- to inform students of the wealth and diversity of levers available to help them in their entrepreneurial initiatives.
- to provide an account of the support available for the development and accompaniment of student projects.
This guide has been designed to reflect the specific features of each location, without claiming to be exhaustive. The spirit of this guide is therefore to encourage readers to go and meet the spaces and, more generally, the people behind student entrepreneurship.