Outgoing Mobility

Dates of mobility: Winter Semester – Year3

Duration of mobility: 3 to 4 Months

Application procedure:

  • General presentation of Erasmus Programmes ; November
  • First application (to be sent to Erasmus coordinator – claudine.servat@imerir.com ) ; December
  • Selection of applicants (by teachers’ approval) ; March
  • Letter of information sent to Apprenticeship companies (please note that the applicants should inform and discuss the mobility with their employers before the official letter is sent by IMERIR) ; April
  • Registration process to partner universities ; May or June

What are the selection criteria for outgoing students?

  • Outgoing students should have passed all the requested modules of 2nd and 1rst year before mobility. If some modules are still pending then the students should agree with their teachers before mobility on a way to re-take them.
  • No selection test based on English level is required. However, some partner universities do require minimum levels in English.
  • Some destinations are limited in number of applications. Some choices may not be accepted and the students may be asked to change their first choices and accept alternative destinations.

Applications forms and deadlines: See on Moodle – Erasmus (https://e-learning.imerir.com/course/view.php?id=625)

Application file includes:

  • Learning agreement (format PDF ODT DOC)
  • CV (format PDF ODT DOC)
  • Cover Letter
  • Transcript of records (provided by Imerir)

ECTS – Semester validation: ECTS credits are awarded upon completion and validation of the study programme abroad. Each module is graded by ECTS credit depending on its complexity. An academic year accounts for 60 ECTS credits and a Semester is 30 ECTS.
IMERIR requires outgoing students to validate a minimum of 18 ECST credits. If this minimum number is not reached then the students will have to re-take exams after mobility.
Transcripts of records from host universities will be required after mobility.

Practical information:

  • Erasmus Grants – Erasmus mobilities are partly covered by Erasmus grants as defined in the financial contract of the European commission.
  • Lodging – Various lodging options are available depending on the host countries. Some countries benefit from governmental support and lodging can be cheap and easy to access. Some universities have private lodging facilities. After enrollment the outgoing students will be informed and guided by host institutions.