Through the Erasmus + Program, Cefedem Aura offers its students study or internship mobilities to enrich their study and career paths.
The Erasmus + Program is opened to the Member States of the European Union and the Member States of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA)
Students can go to a foreign institution with which Cefedem has signed a bilateral agreement.
During the teaching State Diploma curriculum in Cefedem Aura, students can benefit to a maximum of 12 months mobility, be it for studing or internships..
Students can study in another European institution, preferably from the second year of study for a period of 3 to 12 months.
All mobility project needs to be negotiated with and validated by the international office and in particular by the Erasmus + pedagogical referent, according to a precise timetable.
Mobility is to be considered on the 2nd or 3rd year of the student's curriculum.
The study period abroad is supervised by Cefedem and the host institution.
The ECTS to be gained during the mobility are specified by the study contract to be signed by the Cefedem and the host institution before the student’s departure; they are taken into account for obtaining the diploma in France.
The Auvergne Rhône-Alpes Region offers an International Mobility Region Grant for students enrolled at a higher education institution in the Region.
Amount: € 95 per week or € 380 per month. Additional flat-rate assistance of € 530 is provided for scholarship or disabled students.
All applications must be processed through the Cefedem AuRA international office.
More information: https://www.auvergnerhonealpes.fr/
To apply for mobility, a minimum level of A1 (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages - CEFR) is required in the language of the considered country.
For candidates who are accepted for mobility, the OLS platform allows them to assess their language skills before leaving, offers them an opportunity to improve their skills, and also to measure their level at the return of mobility.
To enable students candidates for mobility to access the language level required by the host institution, the international office offers them to :
- Address themselves to associations that provide language training
(for example the KoToPo Association in Lyon, www.kotopo.net)
- Take courses online, with a follow-up of the school
- Follow courses set up by Cefedem (if a sufficient number of students for a specific language)
- participate in thematic "breakfasts" in English
After return of an outgoing student, a review will be carried out with the mobility manager and the Erasmus + educational referent, based on the bilateral study contract. All ECTS credits validated by the host institution will be taken into account for the award of the diploma.
The same procedure will apply for internship mobility, which will be taken into account in the student's course.
The end-of-mobility report will be sent to him.