Erasmus+ is the EU programme in the fields of education, training, youth and sport in Europe. Erasmus+ offers millions of Europeans the opportunity to study, train and gain experience abroad.
The 2021-2027 programme places a strong emphasis on social inclusion, ecological and digital transitions and encouraging young people to play an active role in democratic life.
It supports the priorities and activities set out in the framework of the European Education Area, Digital Education Action Plan and Skills Strategy for Europe.
EM Normandie's strategy in relation to this scheme is based on the declaration detailing EM Normandie’s overall Erasmus strategy 2021/2027.
The countries participating in the programme are:
- Member countries of the European Union
- Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Please note: Switzerland is no longer in the programme.
And partner countries:
- neighbouring the EU in the East (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine) and in the South (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Palestine, Jordan, Israel, Lebanon, Syria), the Western Balkans (Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro), the Russian Federation
- countries around the world: America, Asia, Africa - Caribbean - Pacific countries
The Erasmus+ programme
This programme gives you the opportunity to study in another European country for a period of 3 to 12 months. The receiving organisation and EM Normandie must sign an Erasmus+ agreement.
All partner universities are nationally or internationally accredited. Students on the programme benefit from the following:
- A period of study that counts towards their EM Normandie degree with the ECTS credit system. You must choose Business Studies modules (30 ECTS / semester) as stipulated in the inter-institutional agreements signed by EM Normandie and partner universities
- No registration fees at the host university. However, miscellaneous costs (administrative, societies, insurance, transport, etc.) may be requested by the receiving organisation
Obtaining the Erasmus+ grant
All students who choose to study abroad in one of the countries participating in the Erasmus+ programme are eligible for a grant. Each year, the award criteria are reviewed in line with the budget allocated by the European Union.
Students must provide the following documents to the school's International Relations department:
- Mobility agreement
- Proof of arrival form
- Learning agreement
- Bank details slip (RIB) in the student’s name
- Certificate of attendance
- Academic transcript from the host university
- Final report from the host university
You will also be required to take a language test before and after your period abroad on the Erasmus+ Online Linguistic Support (OLS) platform.
The amounts below are only valid for the 2021/2022 academic year. The monthly amount awarded for the grant depends on the destination country (areas stipulated by the European Union).
|2020/2021 Academic Year (academic semester with a university partner)||U3 S1 / M1 S2||BMI3 DD / M2 DD / M1 GT|
|Zone||Country||Monthly amount||First installment (70%)||Second installment 30% (paid after mobility)||First installment (70%)||Second installment 30% (paid after mobility)|
Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxemburg, Norway, Sweden, UK (except EM Normandie Campuses in Oxford and Dublin)
|€1,295||Depends on semester dates||€2,590||Depends on year dates (max 12 months)|
|Zone 2||Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Germany, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal||€320||€1,120||Depends on semester dates||€2,240||Depends on year dates (max 12 months)|
|Zone 3||Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Turkey||€270||
|Depends on semester dates||€1,890||Depends on year dates (max 12 months)|
Students with disabilities: an additional allowance may be allocated to participants with disabilities if extra costs are incurred in the mobility activity as a result of the disability.
The student must register themselves as disabled with the International Affairs Cooperation Department before going abroad.
Students who choose to study abroad at the following destinations are not eligible for the Erasmus+ grant:
- Destinations in Europe with tailored courses
- The EM Normandie Oxford campus
- The EM Normandie Dublin campus
- Certain non-Erasmus European destinations (see info sheets)
Procedure to follow before going to study abroad
- Register with the receiving organisation with the help of the International Relations department
- Ensure that you have ID that is valid until December 2022
- Take the language test on the Erasmus+ OLS platform
- Apply for your European Health Insurance Card
- Take out additional insurance (optional but strongly recommended for covering care in a non-EU country)