Studying abroad

ENSAS encourages international student mobility and offers exchange programs with about 50 institutions around the world.

    Why go abroad?

    • To discover new working and teaching methods, as well as a new culture
    • To improve your foreign language level
    • To enrich one’s CV by developing skills for one’s future professional life
    • To build a solid study project
    • To live an exceptional human and cultural adventure

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    The various mobilities :

    Erasmus+ (study mobility)

    This program allows you to complete the 3rd year of a Bachelor’s degree in another European university, while remaining enrolled at ENSAS. The student does not pay any registration fees to the host university, and the period spent abroad is recognized in the ENSAS program.

    Attention! Students must meet two criteria in order to be eligible for mobility:

    • To have validated the 2nd year of Bachelor’s degree, for a mobility in 3rd year of Bachelor’s degree, or to have validated the 3rd year of Bachelor’s degree, for a mobility in Master’s degree.
    • Have a B2 level in the language of the destination country.

    A mobility project should be prepared at least one year in advance (for example in 2nd year of Bachelor’s degree for a departure during the 3rd year of Bachelor’s degree). Within the framework of an Erasmus mobility or a bilateral agreement, the application procedure is composed of different stages.

    Step 1: Online Application

    The online application period is from January 15th to February 15th:

    You can upload there:

    • An ID photo
    • Academic transcripts
    • A CV and a cover letter in French
    • A CV and a cover letter in the language of the destination institution
    • A portfolio (book)

    Step 2: Sending the file

    The paper version of the portfolio is to be returned to Patrick Voegtling on Monday, February 19th between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm. (ENSAS - Le Garage - office G3.14 )

    Step 3: Selection

    If a complete file has been returned, an interview is held with the selection committee. The interview, during which the candidate presents his or her motivations, lasts about twenty minutes. The selection committees are held from February onwards, according to a calendar sent to the candidates each year.

    Step 4: Contact with the host institution

    The host institution contacts the student to inform him/her of the internal procedures.

    Exchange with bilateral agreement

    Thanks to bilateral agreements between universities, it is possible to complete the 1st year of the Master’s degree outside of Europe. This period spent abroad is recognized in ENSAS training.

    Attention! Students must meet two criteria in order to be eligible for mobility:

    • To have validated the 2nd year of Bachelor’s degree, for a mobility in 3rd year of Bachelor’s degree, or to have validated the 3rd year of Bachelor’s degree, for a mobility in Master’s degree.
    • Have a B2 level in the language of the destination country.

    A mobility project should be prepared at least one year in advance (for example in 2nd year of Bachelor’s degree for a departure during the 3rd year of Bachelor’s degree). Within the framework of an Erasmus mobility or a bilateral agreement, the application procedure is composed of different stages.

    Step 1: Online Application

    The online application period is from January 15th to February 15th:

    You can upload there :

    • An ID photo
    • Academic transcripts
    • A CV and a cover letter in French
    • A CV and a cover letter in the language of the destination institution
    • A portfolio (book)

    Step 2: Sending the file

    The paper version of the portfolio is to be returned to Patrick Voegtling on Monday, February 19th between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm. (ENSAS - Le Garage - office G3.14 )

    Step 3: Selection

    If a complete file has been returned, an interview is held with the selection committee. The interview, during which the candidate presents his or her motivations, lasts about twenty minutes. The selection committees are held from February onwards, according to a calendar sent to the candidates each year.

    Step 4: Contact with the host institution

    The host institution contacts the student to inform him/her of the internal procedures.

    Freemover Mobility

    This type of mobility takes place outside the Erasmus program or bilateral agreement and allows students to carry out all or part of their studies abroad.

    For more information, you can contact:

    Internship abroad

    An internship abroad allows you to enrich your professional experience and to discover other methods and practices.

    Internship agreement

    If you wish to do an internship as part of your training, it is necessary to establish a tripartite internship agreement between ENSAS, the company where the internship takes place and the student. The agreement must be signed before the start of the internship, and is mandatory, as it allows the student to remain under the responsibility of ENSAS. An internship that is not compulsory during the training cannot be financed.

    Mobility “Stage Erasmus+”

    The ERASMUS + program makes it possible to carry out an internship in the European Economic Area, while benefiting from a monthly grant.

    To benefit from it, the internship must be mandatory as part of the training, and last between 2 and 6 months.

    The amount of the scholarship depends on the country of destination:

    • A maximum of €450 in Zone 1 countries (Austria, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom).
    • A maximum of 400€ in the other countries of the European Economic Area (EEA), Turkey and Macedonia.

    Dual Diplomas

    These are Franco-German or Franco-Chinese diplomas, which offer training at ENSAS as well as in the partner universities, and make it possible to have a diploma recognized in France, as well as in the partner country.

    Mobility Aids

    Scholarship from the Ministry of Culture and Communication

    The MCC offers two types of aid:

    • For those who have a CROUS scholarship:
      The amount of the scholarship can be up to 400€/month. The maximum duration of payment is 6 months.
      A notification of the CROUS is to be sent to the International Relations Office.
    • For those who do not have a scholarship:
      The maximum amount will be 152€/month, paid for a period not exceeding 6 months. A letter of motivation and the parents’ last tax notice must be sent to the International Relations Office.
     

    Boussole scolarship of the Grand Est region

    Aimed at all students, regardless of their financial situation, the aid granted under this scheme will be increased if the students are holders of a CROUS scholarship or if they move to a country bordering the Grand Est region.

     

    UFA scholarship

    To be able to receive the mobility aid from UFA, you must follow an integrated course of study sponsored by the UFA, be duly registered with the UFA, and be in the mobility stage. The aid amounts to 300€/month. It is automatically triggered by the International Relations Department.

    Erasmus+ Scholarship

    It is reserved for students in European mobility. The amount depends on the destination country:

    Groups Country of destination Monthly rate for studies Monthly rate for internships
    G1 Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Liechstentein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom 300,00 € 450,00 €
    G2 Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Germany, Spain, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal 250,00 € 400,00 €
    G3 FYR Macedonia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey. 200,00 € 350,00 €

    The duration taken into account is 9 months (10 months for a stay in Germany).

    Situation of disability

    Participants with a disability can benefit from a specific complementary Erasmus scholarship.

    Scholarship Twin Cities Strasbourg

    It concerns students from Strasbourg on mobility in one of the twin cities, and enrolled at least in 3rd year of Bachelor’s degree (or first year Bachelor’s degree for students enrolled in a Dual Diploma course). The maximum amount is 1000€ for the cities of Dresden and Stuttgart (The application must be submitted by May 15th to the International Relations Department).

    Contact the International Relations Department of ENSAS

    Head of International Relations :

     Assistant manager. In charge of international mobility:

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    International Mobility 2020

    The international mobility scholarship is available to students wishing to spend a semester abroad. They must be attached to the Crous linked to their university.

    Be careful to anticipate well before your departure, the steps to be taken (closing of your subscription, setting up an international credit card and take a mobile package adapted to your needs, whose characteristics you can compare).