How to finance your period of mobility abroad
To help you finance your study trip or internship abroad, emlyon business school awards student mobility grants.
The Erasmus+ grant is conditional on a minimum duration of mobility:
- Duration of the internship: 60 days minimum
- Duration of the exchange: 90 days minimum
- Financing may be granted for up to 12 months per cycle of studies.
European Commission grant: ERASMUS+
The ERASMUS+ grant is intended for French and international students doing an internship in Europe or an exchange program in a European partner university that has signed the Erasmus Charter.
The monthly value of the grant depends on the country to which you will be traveling.
NB : the value of the grant awarded may not cover the whole period of mobility
Erasmus+ and mobility for students with a disability:
Through the Erasmus+ program, emlyon business school pays particular attention to people with a disability, factoring in their accommodation, orientation, academic and technical support, and the additional costs entailed in travel programs.
Additional funding may be granted over and above the Erasmus+ travel grant to cover these additional costs and meet these specific needs.
Good to know: as soon as you are selected for an Erasmus+ travel program, you will have access to all of the information necessary to apply.
Internships in Germany: Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO) scholarship
This scholarship is intended for French students undertaking a paid or unpaid internship in a company in Germany.
Internships outside the EU: Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Region (BRMIE) grant
This grant, which is financed by the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Region, is awarded to students selected for an exchange or doing an internship outside Europe.
This grant is intended only for:
- students on the Global BBA program on the Saint-Etienne campus;
- students on the MSc in Management – Grande Ecole program intending to do their mandatory international mobility component to validate their course.
The amount is €95/week and the award rules vary from one year to the next (10 weeks on average).
This means that the grant is awarded for only part of the mobility period.
Students receiving a CROUS grant and students with a disability are entitled to an additional 2 weeks.
The Eiffel Excellence Scholarship Program
The Eiffel Excellence Scholarship Program, which is financed by the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, is designed to encourage international students to continue their studies in France. The selection criteria are based on the applicant's record of excellence and the relevance of their career project.
The Eiffel Excellence Scholarship Program is reserved for non-French nationals. There is no restriction on the country of origin. It is intended for students enrolled in the first year of the 2020-2021 MSc in Management – Grande Ecole program or enrolled in 2021-2022. Eiffel scholarship holders receive a monthly allowance of €1,181. Tuition charges are not covered by the Eiffel Program.
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