ERASMUS+ partner agreement signed with the leading university in the eastern Paris region - University of Applied Sciences

The University of Applied Sciences Baltazar Zaprešić signed the ERASMUS+ partner agreement with the leading interdisciplinary university UPEM – Université Paris – Est Marne – la – Vallée, which enables our students to study abroad in beautiful Paris.

UPEM – Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée is an interdisciplinary university with twelve faculties and fifteen research centers. It is focused on two main objectives: to provide business experience to students and to foster development through various scientific researches.

UPEM is a member of the Association of the Universities of Eastern Paris Region established in 2007, known as Université Paris-Est (UPE). It is a community of 22 universities and institutions with highly diverse missions: universities, hospital centres, a veterinary school, engineering and architecture schools, research institutes and operating agencies.

Why UPEM?

  1. Diverse offer of educational programmes for different scientific degrees.
  2. Various seminars intended for continuing professional development (sandwich courses), agreements with different companies on professional development.
  3. Cooperation with renowned companies and research centres.
  4. Innovative courses designed to meet the demands of the modern world.

The agreement with the UPEM is one of many ERASMUS agreements which enable the UAS Baltazar Zaprešić to foster international cooperation in the area of education, science and business, promote student and staff mobility and partake in international programmes and projects.

Don’t miss the opportunity to gain new knowledge, meet new people and broaden your life experience in beautiful Paris.

To study abroad with Erasmus, you need to be enrolled at least in the second year of professional studies, while the first year students can apply for Erasmus traineeship. Part-time students can also apply for the Student Mobility Programme, provided that they attend full-time study or traineeship during the study period abroad. The Erasmus scholarship availability depends on the country of the receiving institution, and the additional financial support is provided for students with disabilities and those from lower income backgrounds. Choose STUDY ABROAD (for a period of 3 to 12 months, within full-time professional or special professional graduate study) or TRAINEESHIP (in the period of 2 to 12 months in the EU countries).

More details on how to apply for the ERASMUS+ programme are available here.

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