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  • Study mobility

    • Erasmus

    The Erasmus programme gives students access to study mobility abroad. This gives you the opportunity to study at an Erasmus partner university. The destinations are diverse and the institutions offer quality courses.

    The period of mobility ranges from a minimum of three months to a maximum of 12 months per study cycle. It is possible to apply for financial support through several available scholarships by contacting your international mobility manager who will provide you with the necessary information.

    • Civis

    In the context of study mobility, Erasmus supports departures via the Civis organisation to partner universities in Aix-Marseille University.

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  • Short mobility and summer school

    • The International Education Week in Tübingen (Tüse)

    The International Education Week is a summer school for international students and teacher candidates at the University of Tübingen. The courses offered to students from all over the world are part of the modules of the teacher training program of the University of Tübingen. All courses are taught in English.

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    • Civis schools

    The goal of the Civis Schools is to strengthen the collaboration between the Civis alliance partners by bringing together their universities and students. It offers a concentrated educational experience over a short period of time (one to three weeks) by integrating practical work.

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    • The Digit-CrEAAT International Summer School

    The objective of the Digit-CrEAAT summer school is to question the impact of digital tools on creation and training in and through the arts. It is open to all master or doctoral students from all academic disciplines who are interested in the questions raised by the use of digital tools in training and creation.

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    • Franco-German partnership

    From 6 to 12 April 2019, twelve students of Master 2 "Music Education and Choral Singing" from Aix-Marseille University, followed an international mobility training course in Hamburg, in collaboration with Universität Hamburg / Hochschule für Musik und Theater.The students were able to discover, through activities combining musical practice and observation, a whole other educational system and other ways of teaching.

    In a spirit of exchange and sharing, un group of German students was subsequently received from 4 to 11 October at the Inspé d'Aix-Marseille.

    This week was also an opportunity to bring together, under the direction of Mayelin Perez Hernandez, a Franco-German choir for 4 rehearsals and to present part of their choral work at the Marseilles City Hall as part of the Marseilles-Hamburg twinning.

  • International students at l'Inspé

    In a spirit of openness and sharing, every year the University of Aix-Marseille welcomes hundreds of international students who come to study in France.

    For all questions relating to accommodation, university rooms are available by contacting the international mobility manager.

  • Internship mobility

    • Erasmus

    Erasmus mobility for higher education enables students to undertake a placement in Europe and around the world. The traineeship period lasts from a minimum of two months to a maximum of 12 months in a host structure.

    It is possible to apply for a traineeship grant by contacting your international mobility manager, who will share all the necessary information with you.

    • France international education

    This program aims to enable AMU students to become familiar with the language of the host country while bringing the authenticity of the language and the richness of French culture to the educational institutions. The duration of the internship is from four to twelve months depending on the destination chosen.

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    • Internship at the French school in Singapore

    The internship at the Lycée Français de Singapour lasts four weeks. It is carried out according to the accompanied practice modalities, with observation periods and periods of taking charge of a class, under the responsibility of a volunteer teacher-tutor identified by the school management.

    Students also participate in various continuing education courses and conferences on different themes. At the end of the internship, the students produce a report which can participate in the evaluation of one or more competences of a common core EU.