This programme is co-financed by the European Commission.
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The participation of SKEMA in the Erasmus + programme covers the following:
The internationalisation of the school (development of partnerships and campuses abroad and participation in the ERASMUS + programme, the internationalisation of the faculty and the promotion and support of mobility).
Internationalisation of programmes, academic tracks and students.
International recognition and visibility (accreditations, rankings, international networks, alumni network).
SKEMA’s Erasmus + International Strategy (in French)
The Erasmus + charter that SKEMA has signed
For more information, please send an email to the international office.
SKEMA encourages its teaching and administrative staff to be mobile and informs them about opportunities related to teaching and training. The school aims at increasing mobility among staff members to enable them to experience Erasmus + mobility and share their experience and best practices with others. More details regarding this is available on the staff mobility page.