EURECOM contributes to international cooperation programs for higher education and research
As early as 2002, EURECOM joined the Bologna Process, a European initiative aiming to modernize higher education.
Issues such as teachers and students’ mobility and the recognition of qualifications, quality and excellence are at the heart of EURECOM’s policy.
Through its unique Consortium format (or Groupement d'intérêt économique), EURECOM was able to sign several agreements with European and non-European universities, and the school collaborates with its partners on issues of common interest, whether through its academic programs, student exchanges, internships, conferences, workshops or summer/winter school programs.
SPECIAL ORGANISATION FOR inTernational STUDENTS
EURECOM has always put a premium on providing a quality reception and follow-up to foreign students, to ensure their full integration in their new environnement and give them the clues to succeed in their studies.
The Student Affair Team provides students with individual assistance at all stages:
- finding an accomodation,
- obtaining residence permit,
- opening a bank account, registration to Health Insurance
- finding a professional internship,
- ECTS tranferts and organisation of the curriculum
The human size structure of EURECOM allows a very good professor/students ratio and means that professors are easily accessible for students who may have academic-related questions.
A professor is specifically appointed as a referent for each EURECOM's academic partner to help students ahead in their choice of courses and course material and answer any questions related to the courses during their studies.
In accordance with its international mission, EURECOM strongly encourages the learning of foreign languages.
The teaching at EURECOM is totally delivered in ENGLISH in order to allow home students to master an international language and to ease the integration of international students.
Weekly classes of French language are included in the curriculum to facilitate their adaptation in their new French environment. Students with an intermediate level will study 2h/week and beginners will study 4h/week.
Mobility students can also study a second foreign language. Any foreign language can be taught provided there is enough students registered.
EURECOM offers a greater flexibility in planning of the curriculum for students by allowing them to choose their courses within the academic boundaries described in the academic regulations. To help them choose their courses, the curriculum is organised in 7 thematic study tracks.
EURECOM uses the ECTS systems and has divided its curriculum in semesters in order to propose a specific organisation for each mobility duration.
For more information about the content of the courses and the curriculum organisation, please refer to the page and academic regulations related to your mobility duration: