Objectives and actions
Erasmus has become a driver in the modernization of higher education in Europe and inspired the establishment of the Bologna Process. The general aim of the Programmed is to create a European Higher Education Area and foster innovation throughout Europe.
Erasmus became part of the EU's Lifelong Learning Programmed in 2007 and expanded to cover new areas such as student placements in enterprises (transferred from the Leonardo da Vinci programme), university staff training and teaching for enterprise staff. The Programme seeks to expand its mobility actions even further in coming years, with the target of 3 million Erasmus students by 2012.
Higher education institutions which want to participate in Erasmus actions must have an Erasmus University Charter. The Charter aims to guarantee a high level of quality in mobility and cooperation by setting out fundamental principles for all Erasmus actions that participating institutes must follow.
What are exchange studies?
Exchange studies may consist of courses, done by exchange students coming to ISCEM from one of its international partner universities. Exchange studies do not lead to a degree at ISCEM; they will be added to the exchange student's own degree in their home university.
The length of the exchange may be one or two semesters, depending on the bilateral agreement between the universities:
How to apply?
Exchange students should first get approval from their home university for their planned exchange. After receiving the home university's confirmation, students can apply by filling in the exchange form below.
In the application, you must include:
What to do after your exchange has been approved?
After your both own university and ISCEM have approved your exchange, you can start arranging practical matters for your exchange. The most important next steps are:
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