Access the ERASMUS + Exchange programme at SKEMA Business School
To be eligible for an exchange in ERASMUS + a student must be registered in an institution that has signed a bilateral agreement with SKEMA regarding ERASMUS +
After being nominated by their home institution, students can commence the SKEMA selection process.
Find out more about the SKEMA selection criteria for IN exchanges
Find out more about access to the SKEMA Exchange programme (IN)
Recognition of mobility
The Learning Agreement recognises mobility and the number of ECTS acquired on condition of passing the required exams. These ECTS credits are transferable to your home institution
• Erasmus + Exchange in the SKEMA Grande Ecole Programme
• Erasmus + Exchange in the SKEMA Bachelor Programme
Erasmus + mobility for persons with special needs
Erasmus + institutions take all possible measures to ensure mobility for the severely handicapped or persons with special needs. In the Erasmus+ programme, a person with special needs is defined as “a potential participant whose state of mental and/or physical health requires particular financial support”. A request for complementary funding for such individuals must be made at the latest one month before the start of the mobility period.