IAE Lille’s international strategy is underpinned by a general philosophy that students who wish to have an international career must be allowed to spend time in another country, providing real added value to their CV and thereby boosting their employability.
IAE Lille’s international relations department of is there to help you in your efforts to find an internship abroad.
More than 100 partner universities can host your study trip.
5 GOOD REASONS TO GO ABROAD
HOW DO I STUDY ABROAD?
There are two application periods:
- Between December and February for the first call for applications (December for departures outside Europe and February for mobility within Europe).
- September for the second call for applications: we offer you the places remaining vacant for the second semester both within and outside Europe.
HOW TO FINANCE MY MOBILITY: STUDY STAY
Students on a gap year are not eligible for mobility grants.
To be selected as part of the Erasmus+ study or internship programme. Maximum 12 months of mobility per study cycle.
Eligible duration: 3 to 12 months
Amount: €170 or €270/month depending on the destination
CAN ONLY BE COMBINED WITH THE AMI OR MERMOZ GRANT
AID FOR INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY (AMI)
To be in receipt of a grant based on social criteria. Maximum 9 months over the entire university course.
Eligible duration: 2 to 9 months. Amount: €400/month
CAN ONLY BE COMBINED WITH THE ERASMUS+ GRANT
To not be in receipt of a grant from another Regional Council. Only one application for the entire single-semester course.
4 to 26 consecutive weeks
Maximum amount according to family income: €400/month or 92.40/week (or minimum lump sum of €150) + contribution to travel expenses: €300 lump sum (on condition that you are in receipt of a grant based on social criteria and eligible for the Mermoz grant)
CAN ONLY BE COMBINED WITH THE ERASMUS + GRANT
Mobility grants are not awarded automatically even if you meet the eligibility criteria.
A financial aid allocation commission is responsible for deciding on the mobility grants that students receive.
If you are doing an internship abroad, you can benefit from the Erasmus grant if your internship takes place in Europe and/or from AMI or Mermoz grants depending on your family income.
If your internship takes place outside Europe, you can apply for an AMI or Mermoz grant which will be awarded to you according to your family income.
HOW DO I APPLY FOR A GRANT?
As soon as your internship agreement is signed by the three parties (the host organisation, IAE and the student), you can connect to your ENT, tab ‘Going abroad’.
Fill in step 1 and upload the requested documents, in particular the internship agreement.
When you have validated step 1, inform the International Relations Department by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
We check your documents and validate step 1.
You can then proceed to step 2, which is the application for a scholarship. Scholarship allocation commissions take place several times a year at the University of Lille and they will study your application.
You will then receive a response directly from the commission.
THE INTERNATIONAL LABEL
Obtaining the international label allows you to improve:
- Your language skills
- Your intercultural awareness
- Your mobility abroad: an undeniable boost for your CV
The label will be mentioned in the descriptive annex of the diploma, called the ‘diploma supplement’.
The Label has two levels which can be validated separately. You can obtain either level 1 or level 2 directly, or both!
HEAD OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS