Erasmus+ Programs

ISA Lille is proud to be an Erasmus Charter holder, meaning we commit to respecting the fundamental principles of European programs and their values: equal opportunity, openness to others, and humanism.

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Since 1987 the European Commission has managed exchange programs between European Union member states and program partner countries. This unique program offers European students, professors and staff to expand their horizons through international exchange opportunities and builds bridges for intercultural cooperation. 

Internationalising the ISA Experience

Every year, ISA Lille welcomes students and staff from partner universities to diversify our pedagogical styles and learning outcomes. Our incoming exchange students represent the diverse spectrum of international students; coming from over 30 different countries, every continent is represented.  

We also coordinate outgoing student and staff mobility to our partner universities. Our outgoing students and staff benefit from Erasmus grants to help cover the costs of their mobility period. Our outgoing students and staff can benefit from Erasmus grants to help cover the costs of their mobility period. Learn more about the different program actions we participate in below.

Current Erasmus + Projects

An Inclusive Opportunity

One of the principal objectives of the Erasmus+ program is to promote equity and inclusion. Thus, all of our programs are open to all Erasmus+ students, without discrimination based on age, origin, disability, sexual orientation, or gender. Any participants who have a severe disability or exceptional special needs may be entitled to extra funding to cover associated costs on their Erasmus+ mobility.

Please contact the ISA International Relations Office for details.

Contact
Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator
Vira Wannepain
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