Internationalization plays a crucial role for IMT-BS.
IMT-BS works closely with 120 higher education institutions to develop international exchanges for students, academic staff and researchers, as well as research cooperation.
Indeed, all IMT-BS efforts are related to fostering international mobility, cross-border research cooperation, development of intercultural competences, and promotion of international internships opportunities.
The global objective is to create new opportunities to learn from one another across national borders and to work together on joint projects to develop good learning and teaching, undertake excellent research and promote innovation and entrepreneurship.
To help achieve these goals IMT-BS has built a huge transnational network of higher education institutions all over the world.
Institut Mines-Télécom Business School has institutional and faculty partnership agreements with partners all over the world: universities, research institutions, academies and university colleges.
Besides these, the university also has several bilateral agreements with European partners regarding exchange opportunities for students and lecturers on the Erasmus program
Institut Mines-Télécom Business School welcomes international students from all over the world to Frnace in its Evry Campus. The most common is that our incoming exchange students from partner institutions study for one semester or two semesters at IMT-BS. They can also obtain a Double Degree from their home institution and the one from IMT-BS. We have some full program agreements that allow exchange students to study at IMT-BS for two years.
Please see OUR INSTITUTIONAL PARTNTERS ALL OVER THE WORLD with more than 120 Partner Institutions presentation to find out if your university has a Bilateral Agreement with Institut Mines-Télécom Business School.
You are studying at one of Institut Mines-Télécom Business School’s 120 partner institutions in Europe ou worldwide? In that case, you can apply as an exchange student under the Erasmus program (for partner institutions in the EU) or via one of our international partnership programs (for partner universities outside Europe).
The admission procedure for exchange students coming to Institut Mines-Télécom Business School includes two mandatory phases: