The Erasmus program is designed to facilitate student mobility across Europe. It is based on bilateral agreements between departments of European universities. Participating students pay tuition to their home university and follow a specific education in the host university. The Erasmus mobility does not result in the issuance of a diploma from the host university, but helps to validate part of the curriculum of the home university.

ESPCI Paris received the official Erasmus charter awarded under the Erasmus+ programme from the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). ESPCI’s Statement of ERASMUS Strategy (Déclaration en matière de stratégie ERASMUS) is also available (in French).

ESPCI Paris has signed exchange agreements with the following universities :

If you are a student in one of these universities and are interested in spending a year at the ESPCI Paris, contact the International relations office of your home University.

Find out the documentation on ESPCI and ERASMUS+
ESPCI 2016 Strategy For ERASMUS + Program
Erasmus Charter

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