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Study in a foreign university



  • Be able to spend a semester or a year of study in a partner institution abroad (in Europe or outside Europe)
  • Remain enrolled at AMU (even if you go for a whole year) and therefore pay only AMU registration fees
  • Be accompanied and supervised by AMU and your host institution
  • Benefit from financial aid to carry out your international mobility project


  • All students from L3 to M2: Application requirements

    • Be enrolled at Aix Marseille University, in the Faculty of Economics and Management (an exception is made for students accepted to the Licence 3 IPBE from an external institution),
    • Have validated 120 credits or have a minimum of L2 level at the time of application
    • To be mobile to a partner institution
    • Have obtained the signature of each study project by your academic supervisor,
    • Have validated the first semester of your application year,
    • The dates of the mobility must correspond to your curriculum.Check the dates of the academic calendars for EACH university for which you are applying. This is why we ask you to indicate the dates of your mobility on your study plans. If they are not compatible with your training or your competition plans, for example, you should not choose this university. No exceptions will be made if you have to return to S2.
    • Be able to prove the language level required by the partner (Toeic, Toefl, Ielts type language certification). It is strongly advised to take an official language certificate. Most of the time, you will be asked for it when you register at the host university. The host university has the right to refuse you if you do not officially prove your language level. TOEIC sessions can be organized at the FEG. You can get information from the school of Licences or of your Master.

    You must have your official proof of language level for the registration at the host university, about 4 months before the beginning of the courses

    • Submit a complete application file on the mobility platform (link in the "When to apply" tab) during the application periods indicated for each destination.
  • Preparing your mobility

    You must know for which training you want to go.

    In order to prepare for your mobility, you must know the program of the program for which you will be leaving (see the list of courses on the FEG website).

    The courses chosen in the host university must correspond (in competence rather than in title) with those you would have chosen if you were doing your year at the FEG in France.

    The study projects allow you to match the competences during your mobility period.

    Only the pedagogical managers of the program you want to study at are competent to establish the equivalence of the courses between those of the FEG and those of your host university. They will sign your study plan when you apply for the mobility and your learning agreement which will formalize your choice of courses and your registration in them with the host university.

    To anticipate your expenses, please read our information sheets in order to better plan your administrative procedures, your budget, your insurance, your accommodation, etc.

From November 2, 2021 to December 15, 2021 for AMU agreements.

You will be able to make a maximum of 4 choices among the partner universities with AMU (see Where? tab)

ISEP will be the first choice if you choose it.

The mobility platform (Moveon) will allow you to rank your choices in order of preference. This will also be indicated on your study plan (see How? tab)

From November 2, 2021 to March 15, 2022 for FEG agreements.

You will be able to make a maximum of 3 choices among the partner universities with the FEG (see Where? tab)

The mobility platform (Moveon) will allow you to rank your choices in order of preference. This will also be indicated on your study plan.

The campaigns are automatically closed at midnight on the evening of the deadline.

If a place is allocated to you during the mobility campaign for AMU destinations, you will not be able to apply for FEG destinations.

  • Documents to be prepared

    • Passport valid for 6 months after the return is mandatory for destinations outside of Europe (please have it redone as soon as you apply) or CI for the others (note that the UK is not in Europe anymore);
    • Study plans signed by your academic supervisor (see documents to be completed below). There will be one page per partner university, ALL signed and classified by order of preference.
    • CV (in French)
    • Covering letter (not one per destination but a global letter in French)
    • Transcripts: BAC + all the years until your application, even the repetitions
    • Official language level certificate required for countries outside of Europe, for others, a certificate from your language teacher may suffice (unless otherwise indicated on the partner university's website)

    Your university average = average of the baccalaureate + average of the equivalent year of the baccalaureate + average of the baccalaureate+2 ..../ number of years considered

    • Language certificate (Toeic/Toefl/IELTS type language certificate or certificate from the language teacher according to the partner's requirements)
    • Valid identity document (CNI for the European Union and Switzerland, Passport for destinations outside Europe)
  • Financial aid




    Information meeting on scholarships on May 9, 2022

    Presentation ppt meeting of May 9, 2022



    Scholarships: Eligibility criteria for all scholarships

    • The student must be registered at AMU (register before leaving)
    • Mobility must be an integral part of the curriculum
    • Must be enrolled in at least L2 at the time of application
    • SMS (studies): duration of mobility between 3 and 12 months
    • SMP (Practice / internship): duration of the mobility between 2 and 12 months


    In order for your scholarship application to be considered by the scholarship committee, you must complete step 2 of your mobility application (internship or studies).


    During international exchanges, the student

    • He/she remains registered at AMU
    • does not pay the registration fees at the partner university

    specific to Erasmus +

    For example, a Bachelor's degree student can carry out different types of exchanges during his or her degree:

    6 months of study mobility (L2)

    + 3 months of study mobility (L3)

    + 3 months of internship mobility (L3)

    And if the student goes on to a Master's degree, he/she can again carry out a study mobility, an internship or a combination of both.

    Do not exceed 12 months of mobility per study cycle (L/M/D)


    When a student participates in the Erasmus + program:

    • He/she remains registered at AMU
    • He/she does not pay the registration fees at the partner university
    • They take the language test offered by the OLS platform before departure (when you are awarded the Erasmus grant)
    • His/her ERASMUS mobility contractmust be signed by all parties before the mobility. It is sent by the DRI when the notification of the ERASMUS grant is received shortly before the departure.

    It must be sent in hard copy with original signatures by registered mail to

    International Relations Department

    Faculty of Economics and Management

    14 avenue Jules Ferry

    13621 Aix-en-Provence FRANCE

    • It validates the courses taken abroad thanks to the Learning Agreement(LA)which must be signed before departure. Any modification of the contract must be accepted by all parties within 4 to 7 weeks after the beginning of each semester. The signatory of the LA for AMU is the person in charge of the course in which you are registered for your mobility.The latest version of the LA must be deposited on Step 3 of the mobility platform,


    On step 3 of his stay on the mobility platform:

    During the mobility, the student must:

    • file his travel documents (ASAP),
    • submit their arrival certificate signed by a representative of the host university (ASAP), for students leaving within the Erasmus framework; and OUTSIDE Erasmus
    • submit the Learning Agreement (Erasmus version required to receive the Erasmus grant) SIGNED BY ALL 3 PARTIES (AMU's academic director, the student and the host university),
    • if the LA is modified, it must be uploaded again after obtaining the signature of the person in charge of studies



    [!] These steps condition the first payment of all scholarships.


    At the end of the mobility the student :

    • submits on the mobility platform (Step 3) his or her certificate of return,
    • the certificate of the real dates of mobility,
    • completes his/her post-mobility language evaluation on the OLS platform
    • completes the final student report online (you will receive an email from " ". To avoid this email going to spam, we advise you to add it to your contacts);
    • submits his or her transcripts from the host university and sends them to his or her academic supervisor for transcription

    [These 3 steps are the condition for the payment of the balance of the grant and the end of the mobility.

    PMS grant

    The file of all the students who have validated their scholarship application (Step 2) on the mobility platform are automatically submitted to the PMS scholarship. However, very few students are selected because this depends on the PMS budget allocated each year by AMU. The target countries are not known before the allocation of the PMS grants.

    All these documents are to be uploaded to the Moveon mobility platform at stage 3 of their stay:

    Access to the study and internship stay 20/21 mobility platform:

    Access to the study and work placement program 21/22 mobility platform:

    Access to study and work placement 22/23 mobility platform:


    [The gap year is not eligible to Erasmus+.

    NB: The gap year allows a student to suspend his/her studies for a period of 6 months to 1 year. The student can thus take advantage of it to :

    • gain professional experience in France or abroad;
    • take a course in another field.

    To apply for a gap year : La césure | Faculty of Economics and Management - AMU (


International Relations Department :

Head of the International Relations Office

SRI office from Monday to Friday in Aix-en-Provence, Site Jules Ferry (14 av. Jules Ferry), office 111

  • from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm

Permanence on the Marseille site - Colbert - former school - main hall - first door on the right,

  • Wednesdays from 9am to 12pm and from 2pm to 4pm