International mobility

Financial aid for mobility

Financial aid for international mobility aims to help students registered at Institut Mines-Telecom Business School, who go abroad during their studies.

This aid is based on eligibility criteria. It is calculated and allocated according to the budget determined by each provider, which varies from one year to the next.

ERASMUS scholarships

What is an ERASMUS scholarship?

It is a grant managed by the Agence Europe Education Formation France, financed by the European Commission, which aims to:

  • Promote and enhance the quality and the European dimension of higher education
  • Encourage student mobility in Europe.

Which amount?

The amount of the monthly allowance varies according to the country of destination and the breakdown of the subsidies by the School.

How to apply?

To benefit from an Erasmus scholarship, students must:

  • have completed their first year of university studies;
  • be a citizen of one of the 33 eligible countries, i.e. the 27 EU (European Union) Member States, the 4 EFTA (European Free Trade Association) countries, as well as Turkey and Croatia; or
  • be a citizen of another country and be enrolled/regularly employed in a higher education institution located in a country participating in the Erasmus program.

Important: During your studies, you can only benefit from one period of Erasmus academic mobility and/or internship of up to 12 months per study cycle (e.g.: 12 months of mobility in cycle 1 (bachelor’s degree) and 12 months in cycle 2 (master’s degree).

How to apply?

Applications for Erasmus scholarships must be submitted by email to our International Department according to a process that will be communicated to the students during the academic year.

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Financial aid for international student mobility (AMIE)

This financial aid is granted by the Ile de France region, Institut Mines-Telecom Business School and the Mines-Telecom Foundation to support students’ academic exchanges. The number of applications that can receive a scholarship is limited by the amount of funds available.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Social criteria: family income below 19 190€/year;
  • Other criteria such as academic excellence and host institutions being accredited or not;
  • Academic semester mobility;
  • Amount: variable according to the budget allocated.

How to apply?

Applications for AMIE scholarships must be submitted by email to our International Department according to a process that will be communicated to the students during the academic year.