Erasmus and Diploma Suplement


Erasmus + Charter

The Lifelong Learning Programme (ERASMUS), funded by the European Union, promotes the mobility and exchange of students, teachers and staff within Europe.

IPAC has been involved in Erasmus for more than 20 years, as evidenced by the fact that it has been awarded the Erasmus + Charter for 2022-2027.

Students and administrative or teaching staff wishing to participate in the Erasmus study mobility programme and benefit from the Erasmus grant can contact the International Office.

Contact: Géraldine Hussenot

Déclaration de la stratégie Erasmus + Erasmus + IPAC Charter

Diploma Supplement and ECTS

The Diploma Supplement is a document that accompanies all higher education degrees. It describes the knowledge and skills acquired (nature, level, content, etc.) to obtain the higher education qualification. The Diploma Supplement is a personalized document (including options and internships), recognized throughout Europe, which allows the content and value of the diploma to be clearly presented to an employer or a higher education institution in another country.

The Diploma Supplement has been developed jointly by the European Commission, UNESCO and the Council of Europe. The Diploma Supplement is written in a language widely spoken in the European Union and is issued to all graduate students automatically and free of charge.

The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) is a learner-centred credit transfer and accumulation system based on the transparency of learning outcomes and processes. It aims to facilitate the planning, delivery, assessment and validation of degrees and learning units as well as student mobility. ECTS is widely used in traditional higher education and can be applied to other lifelong learning activities. ECTS credits are based on the workload required by the student to achieve the expected outcomes of the learning process.

Example of a diploma supplement