Find out about the Erasmus+ mobility grant for your study trips and internships abroad
What is the Erasmus + programme ?
Erasmus+ is a programme developed by the European Commission, which aims at encouraging student mobility in Europe between partner institutions having signed an Erasmus agreement.
It aims at encouraging study trips to IPAG Business School’s partners as well as internships abroad in countries that participate in the programme (excluding internship in French diplomatic representation abroad and internships in European institutions listed on the following page: http://europa.eu).
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Mobility at IPAG Business School
Partner institutions are chosen based on the interest the country and city they are in presents in regards to IPAG’s curriculum, career prospects and opportunities for students to develop their professional networks and career plans.
Asia and South-America, especially Brazil, are central in IPAG’s short-term strategy for they offer important opportunities at academic and professional levels. To face a strong demand, IPAG also aims at developing a large network in English-speaking areas.
Mobility concerns mainly undergraduate students who are all required to spend at least one semester abroad for a study trip at one of IPAG’s partner universities or an internship in a foreign company. Faculty is also targeted by mobility related to teaching activities and research symposiums, for example.
IPAG offers 8 Dual Master Degrees in management and 2 Dual Bachelor Degrees delivered entirely in English. Those degrees are delivered in partnership with institutions located in Europe, North America and Australia. They target IPAG’s regular students and are also opened to international students who wish to develop their training.
Visiting Students (exchange students enrolled in a partner university of free movers) wishing to enroll must complete all IPAG International Office requirements prior to their arrival in France. It is therefore highly recommended that students keep in touch with their home institution’s International Office, if they are exchange students, or communicate with IPAG Business School’s International Office if they are applying as independent applicants.
Exchange students are students enrolled in partner university. They can:
• Study full time (up to 36 ECTS/semester) for one or two semesters.
• Apply for IPAG Business School’s programmes through their home university’s international office.
• Pay IPAG tuition fees to their home university while studying at IPAG Business School
This status is available to eligible students who are enrolled at, and nominated by, an official exchange partner.
Students enrolled in a non-partner institution can also join IPAG Business School as freemovers (study abroad) students.
This status is designed for students from universities that are not partners with IPAG Business School. They can:
• Study full time (up to 36 ECTS/semester) for one or two semesters at IPAG Business School
• Apply directly to IPAG International Office email@example.com
• Pay tuition fees to IPAG Business School
This status is available for students from any recognized university or college with at least one year of studies in higher education.
Documents to attach along with the online application form:
• Passport or ID copy
• Higher Education Transcripts
• Learning agreement / Course choice
Further Information About ERASMUS +
Which countries participate in the programme?
29 member States of the European Union: Germany, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark, Spain, Estonia, France, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Romania, United-Kingdom, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden.
4 members of the European Economic Area: Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, excluding Switzerland. *
Candidates for membership: Turkey and Macedonia.
*(Students going to Switzerland are granted a scholarship from the Swiss State and thus have to refer to the institution they visit).
- Concerned students and eligibility criteria
The Erasmus+ programme includes a mobility grant. All IPAG Business School students XXXX a study or internship abroad trip can apply.
The European Commission chose to classify destinations into 3 groups. A monthly payment is made to students corresponding to the profile described above; depending on the country they are visiting (provided they filled up and sent required forms in due time)
This decision is imposed on universities.
- How much is the Erasmus grant?
The amount of the Erasmus grant depends on the local cost of life in the visited country and consists in a monthly payment within the following brackets:
Destination countries are divided into 3 groups:
Group 1: Austria, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Sweden and United-Kingdom.
The monthly grant reaches:
Study mobility: €200; Internship mobility: €350
Group 2: Germany, Belgium, Cyprus, Croatia, Spain, Greece, Iceland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Turkey
The monthly grant reaches:
Study mobility: €150; Internship mobility: €300
Group 3: Bulgaria, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia.
Study mobility: same amount than group 2
Internship mobility: same amount than group 2
- When are payments made?
The Erasmus+ grant consists in two payments:
50% of the total grant is given at the beginning of the semester. The remaining 50% is given at the end of the mobility period.
- How to apply for an Erasmus+ grant?
Application files are available directly on IPAGORA
For internships, application files are selected by IPAG depending on the budget given by the European Agency, training allowances, academic results and social criteria. Selection criteria are detailed in the application file.
Students with specific needs are encouraged to contact IPAG directly to apply for an extra financing solution which can be given under certain conditions. Such specific needs can only include disabilities making it impossible for students to travel without an extra financing solution.
Please note that a B2 Level in English is required in order to follow courses taught in English. You will get an answer within a month after your application.
Our International office will provide you information regarding:
• housing, administrative registration and course registration
• orientation days: orientation session before semester starts
• practical information, academic regulations
• ISIC student card, enrolment certificate
• Banks, mobile phones
• Support with visa and permit of residence : prefecture, OFII (Office Français de l’Immigration et de l’Intégration )
• Social security and health insurance.
Global IPAG Students association supports the international department in organizing activities both on and off campus for international students during their stay.