Student Mobility

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Travel educates… the students from Lorraine. The region indeed supports the international mobility of its students. It grants financial aid for stays made abroad in the framework of a university curriculum. This aid is reserved for students with a minimum level of +2 years of postsecondary education.
The Regional Council also subsidizes postsecondary education and research institutions in Lorraine in order to allow them to welcome young foreigners. This support concerns the hosting of students of Master’s and Doctorate level as well as students in engineering and business schools.

 

Financed by the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs, the Lavoisier program is reserved to students or young researchers aged at least 35 years old and with a minimum level of +5 years of postsecondary education. It is destined to support stays of 5 to 12 months without geographic restrictions.

 

Also available to candidates at least 35 years old, the Univers Grants are programs proposed by around thirty foreign countries in the framework of bilateral agreements. The level of studies required differs depending on the program. They cover all disciplines.

 

The CREPUQ (Conference of Rectors and Principals of Quebec Universities) program allows students from Lorraine to study abroad from one quarter to a year in a university institution in Quebec.

 

An international university network, the Campus Europae allows students from the Henri Poincaré University to go to one of fourteen European partner universities for one year.

 

North America, Europe, Asia… and numerous other countries propose programs or exchange grants ; this offer is available in the international relations services of the institutions in Lorraine.

 

A European program, the Leonardo da Vinci program addresses students, apprentices or teachers who wish to acquire professional experience in a European country.

 

All that you need to know in order to live and study in 32 European countries : the " Study in Europe " website supplies information on the courses that are proposed by the postsecondary educational institutions of the EU, the admissions procedures, the costs and the study grants. This portal, available in 7 languages, is proposed by the European Commission. Useful for students from the Union, it is mainly aimed at attracting young people from third-countries towards European education.