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Last modification on: 18/05/2014 - 14:03

Campus France

The Campus France Agency is a public establishment (EPIC) dedicated to the growth of higher education, the greeting and to the management of students's, searchers's, experts's and guests's international mobility


First large-scale european program, ERASMUS promotes mobility inside Europe for students (studies or internships), teaching staff (teaching missions), and higher education establishments's staff (training).

The "Erasmus" program on the European Comission website


The "N+I" Network is a consortium of over 70 french engineering schools. This networks provides a large choice of Master's degrees for a promising international careers.


These programs allow research projects with foreign universities to be initiated, and for schools to be able to form tight links with these establishments all while promoting student and teacher mobility.

FITEC programs on the CDEFI website


The CREPUQ program (Conférence des Recteurs et des Principaux des Universités du Québec) helps french students to carry out international mobility with quebecan universities.


The "ATLANTIS" program is an EU-USA cooperation agreement concerning higher education and professional training

The "Atlantis" program on the European Comission website

SEFI - European Society for Engineering Education

SEFI is the largest network of higher engineering education institutions (HEIs) and educators in Europe. It is an international non-profit organisation created in 1973 that contributes to the development and improvement of HEE in Europe, reinforces the position of the engineering professionals in society, promotes information about HEE and improves communication between teachers, researchers and students, reinforces the university-business cooperation and encourages the European dimension in higher engineering education.

ECTNA - European Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Education Network

The European Chemistry Thematic Network Association is a non-profit making association registered in Belgium and is an outcome of six years of network activity. Higher education institutions, national chemical societies and chemical and software companies comprise our members. There are currently over 120 members of the network coming from 30 different European countries and with associate members world-wide.

EFCE - European Federation of Chemical Engineering

The Federation is a non-profit association, the object of which is to promote co-operation in Europe between non-profit-making professional scientific and technical societies for the general advancement of chemical engineering and as a means of furthering the development of chemical engineering.


A high level engineering course in the field of matter transformation, energy and related services: a unique education centre in Europe