Erasmus+ program

Erasmus + is one of the four sectoral programs of the new 2014-2020 Lifelong Learning Program (LLP). It aims to strengthen and improve the quality of the European dimension of higher education by encouraging transnational cooperation between universities, stimulating European mobility and improving the transparency and academic recognition of curricula and qualifications throughout the Union.

The Erasmus program is targeted for higher education institutions - and thus students and faculty - in the 28 member states of the European Union, the three countries of the European Economic Area (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway), and Turkey.

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Bilateral Agreements

Bilateral agreements signed by EHESS with foreign partners can favor student mobility. Under these agreements, it is possible to study abroad for a semester or a year, in the 2nd year of the Master’s program or while conducting a PhD.

Note that eligibility for certain agreements depends on the specific study track followed.

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International study tracks

In recent years, EHESS has been particularly active in developing the international dimension of its training activities. This commitment has resulted in the development of international projects and joint graduate study tracks.


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