STUDENTS WITHOUT BORDERS, THE WORLD IS WAITING FOR YOU!
Have an exciting experience, meet new people develop your independence and your open mindedness, improve your language skills and give your CV an international touch…. all this while getting financial aid. Those are just some of the reasons to go abroad during your IAE course.
The IAE gives you the possibility to study in a partner institution for one or two semesters during your Master. There are several programmes available : Erasmus + ((for partner universities in Europe), partnership programmes with Canada (programme CREPUQ, partner universities in Nouveau Brunswick) and in the United States (Programme Oregon).
Other programmes such as the DU Passerelle Asie, in partnership with the University of Nanchang in China, the DU Année de césure et mobilité internationale (year out and international mobility) as well as organisations such as the Fullbright Foundation Fondation Fullbright and CIEP help you to spend time abroad.
Find out more about study programmes abroad, how to apply and financial aid ICI
WHAT THEY SAY
This is a photo of Barcelona from the Park Guell. The park is very famous and full of visitors; it was designed and created by the Catalan architect Gaudi. The park is named after Gaudi’s sponsor, Eusebi Güell. J’I lived a few minutes walk away from the park and often went to see the sunset from its highest point.
Maxime Jolivet went to the University of Barcelona for a semester during his Master 1 Strategy & Marketing
I had many different reasons for wanting to go and study in a foreign country. I wanted to spend time abroad, improve my Spanish and English and learn about a different university system by studying at a partner university.
As for my life over there, it was very different from in France. Barcelona has a very rich cultural heritage and we spent a lot of time exploring the city and its surrounding area. Life itself is obviously very different – Barcelona is always brimming with life – it certainly took me some time to adapt to the size of the city, the public transport system, the university and having courses in Spanish. For accommodation, I shared a flat with a German girl and two Italians who were also students. Our flat was ten minutes walk from the university and there were sports facilities nearby, so we could go there several times a week.
This Erasmus experience helped me to be more open minded, more mature, get a decent level of Spanish and a better idea of life in Spain, as well as meeting a lot of new contacts abroad. This experience really got me addicted to life abroad, and if you can manage to do something similar, don’t hesitate!