Erasmus+ Program

The Erasmus + program for higher education contributes to the creation of a European Higher Education project by pursuing several objectives, including:

  • the improvement  of quality, and strengthening, of the European dimension of higher education;
  • the increase in mobility of students, teachers and academic staff;
  • the strengthening of multilateral  cooperation ;
  • the transparency and recognition of acquired qualifications;
  • The internationalization of European higher education institutions.

The program promotes mobility activities in Europe and abroad for students (periods of study or internships), teaching staff, and all staff of higher education institutions.

It also facilitates partnership actions through cooperation projects, knowledge alliances or capacity building projects, as well as joint Master programs.

 

Erasmus+ Program Coordinators:

Coordinator: Charlotte Marecaux 
Person to contact:
Stéphanie DANES, 03 20 15 45 41

 

Selection requirements:

  • Academic Excellence
  • Motivation letter
  • Linguistic Proficiency  (B2 Level, IELTS or TOEFL)
     

Erasmus+ scholarships for students:

Per year, a limited number of scholarships are granted by the European Commission. The Erasmus+ program plans for people with disabilities.
 

Grading system:

EDHEC Master programmes
EDHEC Bachelor in Business Administration

ERASMUS+ charter granted by the European Commission
ERASMUS+ EDHEC’s Strategy

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