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ERASMUS+ Exchange program for Incoming students

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The European ERASMUS + program

Hey, potential Erasmus+ students! You probably know France for its culinary traditions (baguette, cheese, wine…), fashion and perfume, art museums and even… opportunities for romance!

But did you know that France is also a country with a longstanding tradition of science and engineering? Did you know that we have astronauts and famous companies in the games industry? Hip mathematicians and world famous pioneers in electronic music

Come join us and find out more at ESIEA Graduate School of Engineering!

If you are studying at one of ESIEA’s Erasmus+ partner universities , you can apply as an exchange student under the Erasmus+ program. We will be delighted to welcome you to one of our campuses!

ESIEA Graduate School of Engineering offers a 5-year program in Digital Sciences and Technologies leading to an engineering degree equivalent to a Master of Science.

Our entire program is offered in French on our Laval campus and in both English and in French on our Paris campus. You are certain to find the program and campus that are right for you!

The school promotes the international mobility of its students around the world, especially within the European Community within the framework of Erasmus+.

Academic exchange programme promoting student mobility in Europe
It allows students to complete a semester in a partner university. More than 620,000 French people have benefited from this European programme since its inception in 1987.

Erasmus+ participants receive mobility support. It is calculated on the number of months/days of their stay on the partner campus. This support is funded by the European Commission.

ESIEA’s Erasmus+ partners

Partenaire :Pays :Ville :
Hochschule BremenGermanyBremen
Fachhochschule BielefeldGermanyBielefeld
Technische Hochschule NürnbergGermanyNürnberg
La Haute École En HainautBelgiumMons
Karel de Grote HogeschoolBelgiumAntwerp
University of Zagreb  – FOI VaraždinCroatiaVaraždin
Universidad Alfonso x El SabioSpainVillanueva de la Cañada, Madrid
Universidad de AlicanteSpainAlicante
Universidad de Zaragoza – EINASpainSaragosse
Centria University of Applied SciencesFinlandKokkola
Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied SciencesFinlandHelsinki
Tampere University – Pori campusFinlandPori
Budapest University of Technology and EconomicsHungaryBudapest
Universita Politecnica delle MarcheItalyAncona
Riga Technical UniversityLatviaRiga
Kaunas University of TechnologyLithuaniaKaunas
Hogeschool van AmsterdamNetherlandsAmsterdam
Tecnico LisboaPortugalLisboa
University of Žilina – UnizaSlovaquieŽilina
Mid-Sweden UniversitySwedenSundsvall
Ataturk UniversityTurkeyErzurum
Bilkent university, AnkaraTurkeyAnkara
Marmara UniversityTurkeyIstambul
Izmir University of EconomicsTurkeyIzmir

How to apply for Erasmus + Exchange studies

  1. Check the list above to see if your home institution is one of ESIEA’s Erasmus+ partners. Partnership between our institutions is a requirement for you to apply.
  2. Check ESIEA’s course catalogue to make sure that ESIEA’s course offerings are a good fit with the academic program you are following at your home institution.
  3. Make an appointment with the International Office at your home institution and ask them to nominate you for an Erasmus+ exchange period at ESIEA.
  4. Keep an eye on your inbox—we will contact you by email and send you a link to our online application platform.

Nomination and Application Deadlines

 Nomination DeadlineApplication Deadline
Autumn Semester01 May 202315 May 2023
Spring Semester01 October 202315 October 2023

Academic Calendar

ESIEA’s academic calendar differs according to the level of study. Most Erasmus+ exchange students come to us during their 3rd, 4th or 5th year of higher education. The dates given here are approximate.

 Autumn start dateAutumn end dateSpring start dateSpring end date
3rd yearEarly September15 JanuaryEnd JanuaryEnd June
4th yearLate August20 DecemberEarly JanuaryEnd March
5th yearBeginning SeptEnd JanuaryN/AN/A

ECTS-based study system

ESIEA follows the Bologna directives. For one fully validated semester the school grants 30 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System). One year = 60 ECTS.

Language requirements and linguistic support

ESIEA requires a B2 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL) in the language you choose to study in.

We collaborate with a partner school to provide “survival French” lessons to students who come to ESIEA to study in English.

For housing, insurance, budget and contact information

Please click on the “Welcome Guide” provided at the top of this page.

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