Erasmus+

The EUROPEAN programme for education, youth, and sport.

Academic and professional mobility in Europe is reinforced for all ages and all levels of education. These exchanges could be organised for students coming from or going to partner countries for higher education or in the youth sector.

Internship consortium 

ENSICAEN, ENSTA Bretagne, TPS (Télécom Physique Strasbourg), TSE (Télécom Saint-Etienne) and ENSEA (Cergy-Pontoise) joined together in a « internship consortium ». The aim of which is to simplify the process.

ENSICAEN, the leader of the consortium, deals with the funding for internships abroad in the European countries eligible for the Erasmus+ programme (the 28 countries of the EU + Liechtenstein, Iceland, Norway, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkey and Serbia).

Erasmus+ programme special needs support 

Erasmus+ pays particular attention to guidance, reception, physical accessibility, pedagogical and technical support services, and, especially, financing the extra costs for students and staff whose physical, mental or health-related conditions are such that their participation in Erasmus+ would not be possible without extra financial support (from here on referred to as “students and staff with physical, mental or health-related conditions”).

This is to ensure that you can take full advantage of an Erasmus+ mobility experience.

Each higher education institution (HEI), by signing the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE), commits to ensuring equal access and opportunities to participants from all backgrounds.

Therefore, students and staff with physical, mental or health-related conditions can benefit from the support services that the receiving institution offers to its local students and staff.

Additional grant

For your access needs during your mobility, you can apply for an Erasmus+ grant for students and staff with physical, mental or health-related conditions in addition to the regular Erasmus+ study or traineeship or staff mobility grant. In preparation of your Erasmus+ mobility, you should indicate your needs and foreseen extra costs linked to your physical, mental or health-related conditions, in order to apply for the Erasmus+ special needs support grant.

What are your access needs?

Areas that could be eligible for support linked to your Erasmus+ mobility, according to individual needs, include but are not limited to: adapted accommodation, travel assistance, medical attendance, supportive equipment, adaption of learning material, an accompanying person, etc.

How to apply?

Ask at the International Relations Office or Erasmus+ Coordinator at your Faculty or equivalents to help you with the Erasmus+ special needs support application form.

Contact our team at the international office 

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