Each person, whether student, apprentice, teacher or trainer, provided that their home training institution has an Erasmus+ higher education charter. Most UCO students are eligible, with the exception of those in law school. All applications are finally processed by the International Office. However, the golden rule is that each student prepares his project in a timely manner with the staff responsible for his school to obtain all the necessary supports, information and instructions. All French public universities, as well as all private universities that award state-recognised diplomas and diplomas, qualify for the Erasmus+ programme. To benefit from a stay under Erasmus+, all students in higher education must have completed at least one first year of study. Every year, 300 UCO students participate in an exchange programme with Erasmus+. The 28 EU Member States can fully participate in all Erasmus+ actions, as can Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey and the Republic of North Macedonia. There are many reasons why the Erasmus+ exchange programme is worth considering. Some of them are so important and can certainly make you stand out in the job market. Erasmus is indeed an opportunity throughout: Learn more about extending participation and public relations to the UCO. Information on housing for people with disabilities in other educational services: Erasmus+ allows students to benefit from a subsidy to cover the costs of staying abroad.

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