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Mobility and cooperation across Europe
CESI Graduate School of Engineering offers its students the opportunity to participate in one or more mobility programs with Erasmus+. Created in 1987, the Erasmus+ program contributes to the development of a European Higher Education Area by working on several operational objectives:
- Improving quality and strengthening the European perspective in higher education
- Increasing student, teacher and academic staff mobility
- Strengthening multilateral cooperation between higher education institutions and between higher education institutions and companies
- Improving transparency and recognition of qualifications acquired in higher education and higher vocational training in Europe
The first major European initiative, Erasmus+ promotes mobility actions in Europe for students (study or work study periods), teaching staff (teaching assignments) and all staff in higher education institutions (training periods).
Erasmus+ also encourages cooperation between higher education institutions through the development of intensive programs, networks and multilateral projects. In France today, all French universities participate in Erasmus+, as do most non-university higher education institutions.
International mobility of our students’ engineers
Since 2007, CESI Graduate School of Engineering has been a subscriber to the Erasmus+ charter for higher education, whereby it joins the scheme funded by Erasmus+. It thus offers eligible students financial support for their mobility in Europe.
As the 2014-2020 programming period ended this year, CESI Graduate School of Engineering has submitted a charter renewal application for the 2021-2027 programming period. The budget already allocated by the European Commission includes an increase of 90% of the program’s funding, from 21 billion euros to 27.9 billion euros for the European members!
Online Linguistic Support (OLS)
Erasmus+ OLS: Language level test and free language courses for program participants
Online Linguistic Support (OLS) supports language learning for participants in the Erasmus+ program. OLS offers program participants (scholarship beneficiaries or not) the opportunity to determine their proficiency in a foreign language they will use for their period of work experience or study abroad. In addition, they can follow an online language course to improve their skills.
The evaluation test is compulsory for all beneficiaries before departure to determine the level and on return to assess progress.
Upon validation of your mobility declaration, you will be given an access code for all actions related to this platform.
A record of the knowledge and skills acquired during your experience abroad:
The Europass Mobility is an official document of the European Union with 5 headings. It allows you to describe periods of work experience or study in another European country. It is a formal and detailed record of the skills and competences acquired by a person during his/her mobility experience. It aims to enhance any experience by explaining the activities achieved and highlighting the competences acquired.
All CESI Graduate School of Engineering students participating in the Erasmus+ program, (scholarship beneficiaries or not) will receive their Europass Mobility before going on mobility. If they wish, they will give it to their tutor in the host structure to fill it in.
The Erasmus+ program offers the possibility to finance periods of teaching or training abroad for our staff (teaching, administrative, technical…). This mobility also makes it possible to have support to bring in employees from foreign companies.
Our European partners
Find a list of European institutions that have signed inter-institutional agreements with us. This approach is part of our commitment to the mobility of our students and teachers (2014-2020 period). The partnerships are currently being renewed for the period 2021-2027.