ERASMUS +

 

Erasmus charter for higher education 2014-2020

ERASMUS code: F ST-ETIE05

ERASMUS European mobility 

ERASMUS International Credit Mobility

 

Director of International Relations: Maria Doubenskaia This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Administrative manager and ERASMUS+ coordinator:
Emilie FAVIER DOMINGUES +33 4 77 43 75 11 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Point of contact for the mobility of apprentices and incoming mobility: Irina MOVTCHAN This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Point of contact for outgoing mobility: Igor MOVTCHAN This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Points of contact by country:
Hélène HENNION for German-speaking countries This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Andrea NEWMAN for English-speaking countries This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Marie LEPLAT for Spanish-speaking countries This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Philippe BERTRAND for Cameroon and Russia This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Hedi HAMDI for RMEI (Mediterranean Network of Engineering Schools) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Points of contact by department

Cédric COURBON for mechanical engineering This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Hanène SOULI for civil engineering This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Clémentine DIDIER for physical engineering This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

ERASMUS declaration on international strategy : See PDF

ERASMUS charter : See PDF

Selection criteria and conditions of access to the programme:

The selection of candidates is made upon submission of an application file, of a cover letter and/or a motivation interview, and is also based on academic results, fluency level and potentially language test results. The absences and behaviour are taken into consideration, and the selection depends on the number of places available. The selection is made during the academic year before the year of mobility by the commission of departures. The commission is composed of the department of studies, the department of International Relations, the heads of the various fields of study, the supervisors of the internships according to the fields of study, the supervisors of languages and points of contact for the various countries. It is required to be enrolled at ENISE during the year of mobility to fulfil the conditions of entry.

ECTS recognition:

All of our exchanges are based on programmes established beforehand. During a new agreement or a change of curriculum, the interlocutors of both entities put the classes in parallel with the help of the persons in charge of the fields of study, and, according to the number of ECTS or hours of classes, they establish a study programme as close as possible to the requirements of each school (essential classes, internship if required…)

As a consequence, an academic year abroad is always equal to 60 ECTS, and an industrial period (internship/end-of-studies project) to 30 ECTS. These credits are included to the students’ curriculum when they return and are based on the grades delivered by the foreign school. In the event of a student not passing all the planned courses, the student would then have to follow and pass the equivalent courses at ENISE the next year. In the event of one of the classes that was part of the original learning agreement not being taught during the concerned semester, the department of International Relations would choose the best alternative solution with the help of the partner school. Concerning internships, the assessment is made together with the company tutors and ENISE on the basis of a criteria grid related to the profession of engineer. For foreign students, the interlocutor from the school of origin and the student receive the detailed grades after the deliberation of the board (in February and June).

The ENISE’s grading system:

The students who passed the course units are graded from A to E:

•    A for “excellent“: 10 % of the  graduating class
•    B for  “very good": 25 % of the graduating class
•    C for “good”: 30 % of the graduating class
•    D for “satisfactory”: 25 % of the graduating class
•    E for “sufficient”: 10% of the graduating class
The students who did not pass their course units are graded:
•    FX for “fail” with the obligation of retaking the exam.
•    F for “fail” with the obligation of retaking a training session for the course unit.

Linguistic policy:

Outgoing mobility: Two foreign languages are required at ENISE: English (the validation of a B2 level in English is required to obtain a degree, in accordance with a decision from the CTI (Commission des titres d’ingénieurs), and a second language (German, Spanish or Italian). In addition, the students can rely on sessions dedicated to conversation or to the introduction to a language with our foreign students (who speak Spanish, Portuguese…). If the language spoken in the country of mobility is not taught at the School, the student is informed about the possibilities to learn it outside the school.

Incoming mobility: Foreign students have the possibility to follow intensive French courses in Summer (1 to 2 months at the Centre de Langues of St-Etienne). The official start of the school year for foreign students at ENISE is anticipated with 2 weeks of intensive French courses (daily situations, CV/cover letter, technical vocabulary…) as well as visits (to discover St-Etienne). The goal is to reach B2 level by the start of the courses. The offer for French classes is available during the whole year with 2 hours of weekly classes.

Having a disability and going to study abroad with Erasmus+ is possible!

The European Commission and the countries taking part to the programmes want to support the mobility of people with a disability, whatever it may be (mental, physical, sensory or other).
Therefore, additional aid is offered to any disabled person benefiting from an Erasmus+ mobility. The procedure is made with the help of the department of international relations of the ENISE.
This aid completes the “regular” grant and takes into account many factors.
Therefore, some costs related to the specific needs of the student are covered on the basis of actual costs estimated by the French school. This additional financing can then cover: the payment of an assistant (by day or by night), of a personal care assistant and the medical follow-up; additional costs related to a specific accommodation, transport, educational material or other.
The application and costs must obviously be justified. A form must be filled and proofs are required (such as quotations or receipts) before the departure. In order for this additional payment request to be accepted, the application must be made in due form at least one month before the date of departure.

Mobility of teachers and staff:

In order to strengthen and develop its partnerships, the ENISE is determined to promote the ERASMUS+ mobility of teachers and staff, outgoing as well as incoming, and considers that they then become real ambassadors of our academic relations.
As for the staff outgoing mobility, a call for applications is made once a year. The CODIR (board of directors) chooses the personnel entitled to apply for an ERASMUS+ grant in view of the nature of the activities eligible for the programme, of a sufficient knowledge of the language which will be used during the stay, of the quality of the mobility project and of its contribution to the candidate’s personal development as well as to the development of relations between the target institution and the ENISE.

This project has been funded with the support of the European Commission. This publication (communication) only involves its author and the European Commission is not responsible for the use that could be made of the information it contains.

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