Doing an internship abroad
Some MEEF Master's courses also allow a certain number of students to carry out an internship period abroad. Several formulas are proposed, from a 1-week practice placement to a long placement of more than 3 months in a host institution to validate a UE (teaching unit). Information is provided throughout the year, via the notice boards and the Inspé website. For general information, you can contact the Research and International Cooperation Department (contact details opposite).
Courses that are a compulsory part of the curriculum (validation of ECTS credits) may be awarded a grant, under certain conditions:
- ERASMUS grant: internship in Europe for 3 months;
- PRAME scholarship (aid from the PACA Regional Council): internship in Europe or outside Europe, lasting from 2 to 9 months;
- university scholarship: internship in Europe or outside Europe, lasting from 2 to 9 months, cannot be combined with another scholarship.
Incoming student mobility
Reforms in training allow the reception of a greater number of students and the diversification of countries of recruitment. Entry into the LMD is an asset for the international harmonization of training. The Inspé has a policy of openness which should enable many foreign students to enrol in the MEEF Master's programme. The number of Erasmus students at the Inspé is increasing.