Erasmus + programme
The Erasmus + programme is an integral part of the international component of the overall strategy of the University of Rennes, which is closely linked to the priorities of the European educational area and the expansion of international mobility.
The Erasmus + programme participates in the implementation of the institutional strategy of modernisation of our university, as the actions of the programme allow the strengthening and development of cooperation at European and international level, and offers students, as well as staff, the opportunity to gain international experience.
Each year, more than 350 students from the University of Rennes benefit from an Erasmus + scholarship, and about fifty staff members carry out mobility. The University of Rennes has set itself the objective of increasing physical, virtual or hybrid mobility by 50% over the next seven years, an objective which is also at the heart of the European University EDUC project.
Our university is also pursuing the development of synergies between teaching, research and innovation, notably through the actions of the European University EDUC and the KA3 project "Online Pedagogical Resources for European Universities".
At the local level, in order to promote dialogue between the academic world, civil society and political decision-makers, and to raise awareness of European issues among students, the Université de Rennes continues to be involved in the Jean Monnet actions.
International Mobility for Erasmus + Credits
The University of Rennes has been selected for funding under the Erasmus + International Credit Mobility programme. The programme aims to promote international exchanges between higher education institutions for students and academic staff (teaching and administrative staff).
The partner universities
Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University (ASOIU)
- Ivory Coast
Three French institutions are involved in a consortium:
- Université of Rennes
- Université de la Réunion
- Université Paris-Nanterre
The Ethiopian partner universities are the Jimma University, l'Université de Bahir Dar et Addis Abeba University. These new MIC mobilities are in line with the consortium France-Horn of Africa towards the development of joint training in Ethiopia and exploration towards Kenya, project won in 2019, and also in partnership with the University of Paris-Nanterre and the University of La Réunion.
Eight French institutions are involved and seven Georgian universities are involved in the same consortium:
Université de Rennes 1, Université de Lyon 2, Université de Montpellier, INSA Rennes, INSA Lyon, INSA Toulouse, SupAgro Montpellier and Lycée viticole d’Orange. Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU) Georgean Technical University (GTU)
TSU and GTU are also members of the French-Georgian University.
The International Mobility Credits contribute to the financing of the mobility of participants registered in one of the partner universities. Different types of mobility can be funded:
- Student mobility (study or internship)
- Teacher mobility (teaching or training)
- Staff mobility (training)
The programme scholarships
Each participant in the MIC programme is eligible for an ERASMUS + grant. These grants are intended to cover travel and subsistence costs during the mobility period.
- Individual scholarship for incoming students and staff
Individual scholarship for incoming student: €850 per month
Individual scholarship for incoming staff: €160 per day
- Individual scholarship for outgoing students and staff
Individual scholarship for outgoing student: €700 per month
Individual scholarship for outgoing staff: €180 per day
- Coverage of travel expenses
Each selected candidate receives a grant to cover the cost of travel to and from the host university. The amount of the travel package depends on the country in which the institution is located.