EPITA has been a member of the Erasmus + program since 2004 in order to encourage European mobility. Throughout the years, the school has developed the partner network with the objective of offering more and more opportunities to the students, teachers and staff.
Before you apply, you must first be nominated by your home university. After the nomination, the application procedure will be sent to your Erasmus coordinator. A fee-waiver code will be provided to each nominated student to avoid the application fees. You will be able to apply for one or two semesters.
To apply you will need the following documents:
Deadlines to apply:
For Fall Semester: June 1
For Spring Semester: November 1
The Learning agreement has to be signed before arrival. It is a contract between the student, his home institution, and EPITA. It indicates the courses that the student will have to study during the mobility period and the corresponding ECTS credits. Each party has to sign it before the mobility and scanned copies are accepted. Concerning the courses’ selection, there is an add & drop period at the beginning of the semester during which students will be able to modify the Learning agreement using the part “During the mobility”, which can be approved by e-mail.
Students have to apply for a specific level or specialization and can only take courses from the same program because of schedule and calendar conflicts. They can select their academic level in the application form. After reviewing their academic records, the Admission Committee will see if the prerequisites are fulfilled and send the enrollment letter corresponding to the admission level.
Under our Erasmus+ agreements, we offer the opportunity to teachers and staff for academic mobility. The average duration is of one week (8 hours of teaching or training). The international Office at EPITA is in charge of organizing the mobility and planning the visit.
Documents LA-teaching staff
(1) Except if your home university has a specific agreement and can provide a language attestation, or if your previous curriculum was entirely taught in English
(2) For EU students, the European Health Insurance Card is sufficient