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Outgoing students

Students who want to carry out a mobility within the framework of their studies will have to submit an application that will be subject to selection criteria.

These criteria will be presented to the students during their studies.

The mobility for studies or for placements may give rise to the payment of a grant. The amounts may vary from year to another according to the grants awarded by the European Commission.

For more information, please contact the International Relations Office

Access for people with disabilities

The Erasmus + program is open to people with a disability.

In order the make their participation easier, students with disabilities can be granted extra funding.

The extra funding is meant to cover, partially or totally, the increased costs of special needs due to the situation of disability.

To apply to this extra funding, the student must:

  • Suffer from a disability officially recognized by the relevant authorities,
  • Deliver all the information needed to calculate the estimated additional costs for the participant’s mobility,
  • Make the request to the International Relations Office at the same time as the application for Erasmus + mobility.

ECTS (European Credit Transfer System): academic recognition of studies abroad

The ECTS facilitates the comprehension and the comparison of the study programs for all higher education students (local or foreign students). It also facilitates the mobility and the academic recognition.

It ensures the transparency of study programs by providing detailed information on courses and their relative importance for the graduation.

The ECTS is a credit system based on the students’ workload. It includes lectures, practical work, seminars, projects, self-study and examination or other assessment methods. Credits are awarded to the students who successfully completes the courses by passing their examinations or other assessments.

For each course unit, a number of credits is defined, according to the number of class hours, the overall work done by the student and the objectives to be reached by the student.

The credit is a tool used for the evaluation of knowledge and skills of the student. It is the common system used throughout Europe which enables the transfer of academic results.

Consequently, when a student decides to carry out part of his or her studies in another institution, the sending and host institutions have signed an agreement about the results transfer: a learning or training agreement. Then, this learning or training agreement, which is signed by the students, the sending institution and the host institution, guarantees the recognition of all credits awarded within the agreed program.

Finally, a transcript of records is issued, which contains all of the credits awarded and, if applicable, the student’s grades.

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