Во Франции от выпускников École Polytechnique требуют 7 лет госслужбы
>У нас капитализм и демократия.
>Поэтому нельзя потребовать от выпускника идти работать на государство - может он хочет в "частный сектор".
>А в военной области частный сектор исключен.
There is no particular financial obligation for students following the curriculum, and then entering an application school or graduate program that Polytechnique approves of. However, French students who choose to enter a civilian or military corps after Polytechnique are expected to complete 10 years of public service following their admission to the school (i.e. their 3 years at school count towards their time of service). If a student enters a Corps but does not fulfill those 10 years of public service (e.g. resigns from his or her Corps), the tuition fees are due to the school. Sometimes, when an alumnus quits a Corps to join a private company, that company will pay for the tuition fees which are then called the pantoufle (slipper).