The Erasmus Plus Key Action 103 projectorganizes and finances mobilitybetween ISA Lille and other Erasmus Plus charter holders in EU member countries plus Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, the FYR of Macedonia, and Turkey.
Our Erasmus Plus partnerships are managedthroughFrance Agro 3whichdistributesgrantsfinanced by the European Commission. Erasmus Plus mobilitygrants help students and staff cover the costs of travel and life abroad, making the experiencelessstressful and providingfinancial support for a life-changingopportunity. In addition, any participants who have a severedisability or exceptionalspecialneedsmaybeentitled to extra funding to cover associatedcosts on their Erasmus+ mobility, making an academic exchange period truly accessible.
Thanks to the European Commission, ISA Lille offers a diverse learning atmosphere through student and staff mobility funded by the Erasmus Plus project. Students from Erasmus Plus partner universities may join ISA Lille for a semester or year of academic exchange without paying ISA Lille’s tuition fees and with the possibility of receiving an Erasmus Plus mobilty grant from their home university. In addition, exchange students benefit from the same services as other incoming international students.
ISA Lille also welcomes professionals and professors from Erasmus Plus partner universities to share their experience and expertise. Inviting guest lecturers from other universities and from the professional world broadens the horizons of our course content, while students and staff benefit from new perspectives and networking opportunities.
In addition, ISA Lille faculty are eligible for Erasmus + mobility grants to our partner universities who are also Erasmus + Chart Holders. Having an internationalized faculty allows everyone at ISA Lille to learn from their experience.
ISA Lille faculty and staff who are interested in teaching mobility should contact the International Relations Office to learn more.
Our KA 103 project also includes outgoing student and staff mobility to our partner universities who are also Erasmus + Chart Holders and to eligible partner organizations for internship periods.
Students at ISA Lille are required to have at least one international experience in the framework of their study program (through academic exchange or internship period). The Erasmus Plus program helps organize and fund these periods, making this requirement easier to fulfill for all our students.
Students can participate in the Erasmus Plus program through an academic exchange or an internship in a program country. Current ISA Lille students can learn more about outgoing grant and exchange opportunities on isa-lille.fr.
Our outgoing students and staff are eligible to benefit from Erasmus grants to help cover the costs of their mobility period, including additional funding for anyone needing special accommodations due to a disability.