Erasmus + – École d'Ingénieurs de PURPAN

Erasmus +

When it comes to preparing future engineers for an increasingly globalised workplace and cluing them into the agricultural, economic and cultural realities surrounding them, PURPAN firmly believes in maximising their exposure to the international arena.

The School holds the Erasmus+ Charter, by which it agrees to comply with the fundamental principles of the European programmes, uphold their values and incorporate international cooperation into its strategy.

The programme promotes mobility actions at both the European and international levels for students (study periods or internships), teaching staff and all higher education personnel.

It also simplifies partnership initiatives through cooperation projects, knowledge alliances, capacity building projects and joint Masters.

The network is enhanced with all the partnerships that have been promoted through collaborations in the France Agro³ circle.

PURPAN maintains active relations with over 80 partners around the world.

Since 1989, 1,029 students have studied across Europe under the Erasmus+ programme to broaden their knowledge in agricultural, agri-food and environmental sciences.

 

Stratégie Internationale de PURPAN – ERASMUS +

Charte ERASMUS 2014-2020

Coordinatrice Erasmus +

International agreements
International agreements

PURPAN's network of international partners has been built upon longstanding relationships with certain universities and higher education institutions as part of bilateral cooperation agreements.

International exposure
International exposure

When it comes to preparing future engineers for an increasingly globalised workplace and cluing them into the agricultural, economic and cultural realities surrounding them, PURPAN firmly believes in maximising their exposure to the international arena.

Dual diploma programme
Dual diploma programme

Every year, 10 students on average decide to pursue a programme that symbolises excellence in academic prowess.

International masters
International masters

A Master's degree corresponds to a Level 7 qualification. This degree generally takes two years after completing a Bachelor's degree (Level 6 qualification).