Erasmus+ Europe

The Erasmus+ programme brings a stronger European dimension to higher education by encouraging student, teacher and staff mobility.

Illustration Erasmus + : Emma Burr
  1. Where and how long for?
  2. Your application
  3. Assessment and credits

The programme provides a way for students to add a European dimension to their studies, strengthen their skills and qualifications and broaden their career options at home or abroad

Where and how long for?

The Erasmus+ programme allows you to study in 28 European countries as well as in Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Turkey.

Once you are in the second year of studies, you can study in another European institution for a period of 3 to 12 months.

Another option is a work placement in another European country, which can be carried out as soon as the first year of studies for a period of 2 to 12 months.

You can study abroad or do a work placement for up to 12 months at bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate level.

 
 

Your application

Université de Rennes 1 can help you at the various stages of the application process, for example, by providing information about financial aid, language courses, etc.

You'll remain under the responsibility of your home institution and the period of study is carried out on the basis of a three-party agreement, called the learning agreement, signed by the student, the home institution and Université de Rennes 1.

Tuition fees are only paid in the home institution. For incoming students, no tuition fees are payable to Université de Rennes 1.

Assessment and credits

After course exams and assessments, you’ll be awarded ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) credits which, when validated, will count towards your home institution qualification.

The International Affairs Department can provide you with information about opportunities in your subject area.