Students from the engineering program have various study abroad opportunities during their studies at ISAE-ENSMA.
ISAE-ENSMA students can study abroad either for an academic mobility, a double degree, or an internship.
Students are required to spend a minimum of 3 months abroad in order to obtain the engineering degree.
– Students under the FISE status
– In the 3rd year of the engineering degree program
– Duration of the mobility: from 3 to 24 months
– From one to two semesters of study up to the double degree
– In one of the 55 partner universities that have signed an institutional agreement with ISAE-ENSMA.
– As a free-mover student, with prior validation of the desired study program
– The different possible programmes: Erasmus+, BRAFITEC, ARFITEC, BCI, GE4
– When to apply? Between October and December of your 2nd year of the engineering cycle.
Applications are studied by a selection committee. Selection criteria include academic results, integration of the mobility with the professional project, motivation and language level.
All detailed information on the application procedure is available on the intranet.
Regular information meetings are organised by the International Relations Office.
Language preparation and support
As part of the Erasmus program, students can take an online language test before their departure and at the end of their mobility on the EU Academy platform. The test can be taken in the language of the destination country or in the language of instruction. Depending on the level obtained, free courses are then made available to students.
Students can do one of their internships abroad:
– The blue-collar internship carried out at the end of the first year, between July and August, from 1 to 2 months, in a company.
– The Junior Engineer training carried out at the end of the second year, between June and September, from 3 to 4 months, in a company or a research laboratory (in a partner university or not).
– The graduation project to carry out at the end of the 3rd year, between April and September, from 3 to 6 months, in a company or a research laboratory (in a partner university or not)
– The Master thesis to be carried out between March/April (depending on the Master program) and September, of a minimum of 5 months
All information on internships is available here.
There are a number of financial aids available to help you finance your stay abroad.
You should check your eligibility beforehand.
– Erasmus Study Grant (Europe), between 200 and 310 €/month
– Erasmus Internship grant (Europe), between 420 and 520€/month
– Nouvelle Aquitaine region grant – Post-bac internship abroad (outside Europe), between 80 and 110 €/week
– New Aquitaine region grant – Post-bac study abroad (outside Europe), between 80 and 110 €/week
– CampusMouv’86 – Vienne Departmental Council
The school is also committed to supporting you in your mobility project through
– The FSMI (Social Fund for International Mobility), between 350 and 450€/month
– The AMI (Aide à la mobilité internationale), 400€/month
Various financial aids may also be available depending on your destination (BRAFITEC for Brazil, ARFITEC for Argentina, EOLE for the Netherlands, etc).
Not all schemes can be combined. For more information and application formalities, please consult the school’s ENT.