Who can study abroad?
All 3rd year students can study abroad. You must register at the International office before 15 th december during your 2nd year at IPAC. You can study abroad within the Erasmus + scheme or thanks to bilateral agreements IPAC has with other higher education institutions.†
How can I study abroad?
In order to participate to a study programme abroad, students must be enroled at IPAC under a student status and pay their tuition fees. Students will keep their IPAC student status while they are studying abroad.†
When do I need to apply?
Depending on partner Universities, application procedure starts 15th January to 31st May for the 1st semester and from 30th September to the end of November for the 2nd semester.†
Application form to study abroad to give back to the International office before 15th December.†††
How students are selected?†
Selection is done according to students' wishes and professional/personal projects.†
How long can I study abroad?†
Study abroad programmes last from 3 to 12 months.†
How much will it cost?
You have to budget around 700€ per month to afford accommodation, food, transports, stationnary, evenings out.†
Our Insurance partner Vigny Depierre offers April's Crystal Studies insurance for students who are studying or in internship abroad.
As IPAC students, you can benefit from the following sholarships:
-† ERASMUS + scholarship † (from the European Union)
†Selection critieria: Be an Erasmus student
†Amount: about 150 € / month
†The Erasmus + scholarship is only available once in a lifetime.
-† Explo'ra SUP†scholarship (from the Rhone-Alpes)
Selection critieria: have studied for at least 2 semesters in Rhone-Alpes
Amount: 95 € / week for a maximum of 17 weeks†
Students can be allocated a second Explo'RA Sup scholarship but only in a different higher education cycle.
IPAC International office - Annecy Campus - 1st floor