With SKEMA, over 300 Erasmus mobility programmes are financed each year as well as 10 mobility programmes for team members or professors, and there are over 45 European academic partners and partnership opportunities with countries outside Europe, like the one already established with the American University of Armenia (financed by the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility programme).
"We are delighted with this success and the top score of 100/100 awarded to SKEMA. The Erasmus+ mobility programmes are jointly managed by the International Department and the Talent & Careers Department. The finalisation of the application to renew our Erasmus+ charter also owes a great deal to the Quality & Accreditation Department headed by Elise Tosi, to whom I extend my warmest thanks," said Amanda Nagèle, Head of the International Service (Student Office).
is the European Union's programme promoting education, training, youth and sport in Europe. With a budget of €14.7 billion, Erasmus+ provides a chance for over 4 million Europeans to study, train and gain experience abroad. Its main goals for the next few years include the roll-out of a comprehensive digitisation process, the automatic recognition of credits, environmental protection and a broader inclusion of people from disadvantaged backgrounds.