Erasmus+ programme

Julie Pontvianne

Founded in 1987, Erasmus is a student mobility program that enables students to spend between 3 months and 1 year of their studies abroad, in one of the member countries of the program. Each student must validate 30 ECTS credits (European Credit Transfer System) for a semester and 60 ECTS credits for a year. These credits are recognized by the sending institution.

The program also allows for a minimum of 8 hours of teaching mobility. For these student or teaching exchanges, ITECH must sign a bilateral agreement with a university holding the Erasmus charter.

A question about your mobility project?

If you are planning to go abroad (internship, academic exchange or gap year) or if you are an international student wishing to come to study at ITECH Lyon, do not hesitate to contact the International Relations Office.