Beyond traditional cooperation

Telecom SudParis' global network and internationalization strategy is also based on international programs and projects of excellence such as Erasmus+ and ARFITEC. These programs are key elements in strengthening cooperation with our partner institutions while representing a source of funding for international study and research mobilities for our students and researchers.

Erasmus +: the key to international mobility

By teaching 9 languages to its students and encouraging their experience abroad, Telecom SudParis encourages multilingualism, flexibility and open-mindedness. This enables its future graduates to plan a career in another country.

Following its declaration regarding the Erasmus+ strategy, Telecom SudParis has been certified by the 2021-2027 ERASMUS+ Charter.

  • supports its students' European and international mobility actions,
  • carries out all partnership actions through cooperation projects, knowledge alliances or capacity building projects, joint Masters.

 

Erasmus +: Higher Education Mobility Erasmus +

Telecom SudParis offers students Erasmus+ scholarships for study mobility for a period of 3 to 12 months and for internship mobility for a period of 2 to 12 months.

The amount of the grants varies according to the type of mobility and the host country. Only mobility in countries participating in the program are eligible. Telecom SudParis has international partnerships in many countries.

 

Erasmus+: Knowledge Alliance

Telecom SudParis is participating in the REWIRE project ("Cybersecurity Skills Alliance - A New Vision for Europe"), coordinated by MYKOLO ROMERIO UNIVERSITETAS de Lithuanie. This project has 25 partners from 12 European countries. REWIRE aims to develop a blueprint for the cybersecurity industry and a concrete European cybersecurity skills strategy. Its work focuses on providing concrete recommendations and sustainable solutions that will help close the skills gaps between industry requirements and sectoral training provision and contribute to the growth, innovation and competitiveness of the cybersecurity sector.

More informations: https://rewireproject.eu/

 

Learn more about the ERAMUS+ program

Participating countries of the Erasmus+ program

The Erasmus+ France Education and Training Agency manages decentralized Erasmus+ projects

The EACEA (Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency) manages the centralized Erasmus+ projects

ARFITEC program

Programme ARFITEC

The main objective of the ARFITEC program is to develop and strengthen academic cooperation between French and Argentine higher education establishments responsible for the training of engineers.

Telecom SudParis is the member of the ARFITEC cooperation and academic exchange project named INDUSTRIAS4, which aims to promote multidisciplinary activities linked to industry 4.0 such as devices and systems combining electronic components, software and electromagnetic mechanisms, in particular embedded systems, robotics or Internet of Things (IOT) devices.

The project INDUSTRIA Sseeks in particular to promote the strengthening and creation of new scientific collaborations, the integration of academic communities through joint seminars as well as to provide the possibility to students to improve their linguistic and cultural skills through the international mobility.

The project INDUSTRIAS4 integrates a network of French engineering schools and two Argentine universities, namely the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Buenos Aires (FIUBA) and the National University of Mar del Plata. The French engineering schools involed in this project are IMT Atlantique, IMT Alès, Telecom Paris, Telecom SudParis, ENSTA Paris and ENSTA Bretagne, Ecole Polytechnique, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, Ecole Centrale Lyo,  Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de St-Etienne.

The project starts in September 2023 for a duration of 2 years, with the possibility of prolongation of 2 more years.