ESTACA is a member of European and international networks:
ERASMUS+ is a student and teacher exchange program between European universities and grandes écoles. This program is part of the European Higher Education Area.
ESTACA students can benefit from Erasmus+ support for their academic mobility and internships in eligible foreign countries. Students with disabilities may be awarded a specific, additional Erasmus+ grant.
Co-funded by the European Union’s Erasmus+ program.
Created in 1997, the “n+i” Network is a consortium of more than 70 French Engineering Schools that have decided to pool their international cooperation actions. It is aimed at international students or young engineers with at least a Bachelor’s degree, who want to obtain a French engineering diploma. By submitting an application on the n+i website, candidates may be recruited by one of the 70 partner schools in the network.
Bureau de coopération interuniversitaire (BCI)
The Bureau de coopération interuniversitaire, formerly known as CREPUQ-Conference of Rectors and Principals of Quebec Universities, is a private, non-profit organization that includes all Quebec universities.
Under the supervision of the ministerial authorities and in cooperation with the higher-education establishments and their Conferences, the aim of Campus France is to promote French higher education courses throughout the world and offer foreign students a successful means of accessing higher education in France, from the country of departure to France, from first information until they arrive in France and then return to their countries of origin. As such, Campus France, in partnership with all those involved, has set up a Quality Charter for the reception of all foreign students.