The principle of Erasmus
Created in 1987, the ERASMUS program has evolved over the years to become ERASMUS+ in 2014, a European program for education, training, youth and sport, renewed for the period 2021-2027. It aims to encourage transnational cooperation between schools and universities, stimulating European mobility and improving the transparency and academic recognition of studies and qualifications across the Union.
Erasmus+ consists of many activities: student and teacher exchanges, joint curriculum development, international intensive programs, thematic networks between departments and faculties across Europe, language courses, European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).
Co-funded by the European Union’s Erasmus+ program.
Our commitment to quality
Since its creation in 1988, ESAIP has offered 100% of its students the opportunity to go abroad for study stays and internships.
Nothing would have been possible without a commitment to quality with the students and their families.
– In 1997, ESAIP signed an ERASMUS Charter which governs student and teacher exchanges. This charter has been renewed in 2021. You can also consult ESAIP’s mobility strategy.
– ESAIP has been awarded the EUR-ACE Label by the Commission des Titres d’Ingénieurs. Find the list of accredited programs on the ENAEE website.
The Diploma Supplement
The Diploma Supplement is a document standardized at the European level and developed by UNESCO, the Council of Europe and the European Commission.
This document is written in English. It aims to improve the transparency and international readability of the information provided and to facilitate the academic and professional recognition of qualifications.
You will find all of your coursework at ESAIP (courses, study stays, internships, TOEIC score, etc.) as well as the skills you have acquired. It will make it easier for you to present your course for possible future study abroad projects or if you wish to work abroad.
The diploma supplement (DS) is given to you automatically and free of charge when you receive your diploma.
Please note: The DS does not replace the CV and does not replace the original diploma or transcript.
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