The Erasmus+ program for higher education, co-financed by the European Union, contributes in creating a European space for higher education.
The purpose of these exchanges
- Develop professional mobility for individuals;
- Develop a European identity;
- Acquire professional behavior appropriate to intercultural environments;
- Acquire linguistic skills in order to facilitate mobility;
- Encourage curiosity;
- Develop autonomy;
- Appropriate the concept “Learn by doing”;
- Get involved in active citizenship and intergenerational solidarity;
- Promote marketability;
- Prevent students from dropping out of school (for work-study training students with short cycles).
For more than 25 years, we have invested in education and training (formal education, work-study training, continuing education) in order to promote excellence, marketability, entrepreneurship, active citizenship and educational/corporate cooperation.
We are organized into the following professional tracks
- Human Resources;
- Company Management and Administration;
- International Commerce;
- IT Maintenance and Development;
- International Management;
- Healthcare Management.
We are looking for partners that propose professional tracks corresponding to our specialties.
For the past several decades, we have developed and participated in partner networks (IACBE, AACSB, Franco-British Chamber of Commerce and Industry, European Management Academy, ESA, BUSINET, EAIE, EFMD, NAFSA). These networks enable us to identify potential partners with whom we can create new programs (European academic semester taught in English, exchanges for students, administrative personnel and teachers). They also make it possible to monitor European priorities and current topics, gender equality, sustainable development, school dropouts, recognition and validation of ECVET professional expertise based on formal, informal and non-formal training, etc.).
Outside of the Erasmus program, the institution is involved in specific programs (Franco-German Office for the France-Germany-Russia Tri-national Youth Project, Regional programs for trainees, collective academic and professional exchanges in underrepresented regions, Active citizenship programs).
Our research for new partners is focused specifically on
- Countries that are underrepresented in existing networks;
- The lowest qualification levels among our audiences;
- Partners involved in European and international programs different from our own in order to better transfer expertise.
More Specifically, We are Looking for Partners:
- With programs that are adapted to our students in formal education programs;
- Interested in co-creating degrees and programs, as well as joint diplomas;
- Ready to get involved in international cooperative projects on mutual subjects of interest, for example: event management expertise, intercultural management, professional expertise, ICTT, development, education modernization, luxury marketing and management;
- From the corporate world ready to cooperate in every sense with the educational sector;
- With practical company cases for our graduate students to resolve and present;
- All of these projects are open to every type of personnel category and student program.
Furthermore, in order to encourage commitment from our international students in entrepreneurship projects (in France or abroad), remote teaching and hybrid education systems have been set up making it possible to assist students with their studies, and replacing the on-site approach on campus.
Geographical zones: we do not exclude any geographical area except for safety reasons. The purpose and type of collaboration take precedence over everything else.
Applications for exchange programs are selected according to the criteria listed below:
- Exchange program/internship consistent with the student’s program;
- Academic results of at least 2.7/4.0 GPA;
- The student’s presence and behavior in class;
- Consistency between the exchange program and the student’s professional project;
- Requested arrival date;
- Student’s motivation letter;
- Student’s individual financial/disability* situation;
- Fluency in the language spoken in the destination country.
ERASMUS+ / Disabled Students
Selected recipients presenting a disability* will need to contact Maryna PAYNOT (firstname.lastname@example.org) in order to apply for a specific ERASMUS+ scholarship.
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*Please note: Under the law from February 11, 2005, a disability is defined as “any limitation in activities or restrictions from participating in the life of society within their own environment by a person due a substantial, sustainable or definitive impairment of one or several physical, sensorial, mental, cognitive or psychological functions, multiple disabilities or debilitating health issues.”