CESI Graduate School of Engineering keeps up its commitment to Erasmus+, an international mobility program

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By the end of June, CESI Graduate School of Engineering submitted its application for the new Erasmus + charter for higher education, to participate in the 2021-2027 program.

By applying, CESI Graduate School of Engineering undertakes to respect the principles and fundamental values of the program and to meet the priorities defined by the program, such as inclusion, enhancement of the social commitment of the participants and environmental protection.
The 2019 activity report was published in mid-April and confirms the outstanding success of the Erasmus+ mobility programs and the increase in funds allocated to the scheme. The entire 2019 activity report can be read and downloaded here.

CESI Graduate School of Engineering and HESAM University are also awaiting the outcome of their application for “International Credit Mobility Projects” submitted in consortium for joint cooperation with the United States, Vietnam and India. The final outcome will be published in July.

Although the Europe Days have gone unnoticed due to the COVID19 context, higher education institutions, including our School, are committed to relay as widely and joyfully as possible the ErasmusDays planned in mid-October as every year.