International exchanges

International relations are determining for the Department of Economics and Management. In a global world, it is essential to offer to the students the possibility to complete a part of their academic training abroad. It will allow them to discover a new culture, enrich their personal development and improve their curriculum for the labour market, all at once.

The Department signed 41 exchange agreements or conventions  at the European level (Germany, United-Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Austria, Greece, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Romania, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey). It also offers the possibility of a Dual Degree with the University of Trento, the Napier Business School of the University of Edinburg (classified number one of Business School in Scotland) and the University of Coventry.

Students also benefit from partnerships with countries further away such as the United-States, Japan or Canada for example. The Department has a cooperation agreement with the University of Waterloo concerning actuarial science (it is one of the world's best university in this field) or the University of Ottawa. 

Students interested by international mobility must have completed a full year at the university and can leave at every level of their studies (from the 2nd year of a bachelor's degree to the 2nd year of a master's degree) for one or two semesters.  The first step consists in the elaboration of a contract of studies between the person in charge of the diploma and the person in charge of international relations of the Department. The second step will be a selection based on the applicant's academic record. The selected students will also benefit from scholarships and financial help for their mobility.