Programmes supported by Europe

Through the Erasmus+ programme, the European Union encourages mobility among students and staff, as well as strategic partnerships with the socio-economic sector and with higher education institutions in non-EU countries.

The University of Clermont Auvergne is committed to a number of partnerships:
 
  • Erasmus + Key action 1: Learning mobility of individuals
    Concerns student and staff mobility
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  • Erasmus + Key action 2
    Concerns international cooperation between higher education institutions for innovation and the exchange of best practices.
  • CHOREOMUNDUS – Anthropology of Dance

    Programme Erasmus Mundus action 1
    Duration: 3 years October 2011 to September 2014
    Project implemented by the Department of STAPS
  • Glodep - International Development Studies
    Joint Master Erasmus Mundus
    Project implemented by the School of Economics
  • MPAM – Automation and Mechatronics
    Programme Tempus/joint project
    Duration: 3 years October 2011 to September 2014
    Project implemented with the Faculty of ST / Department of Mechatronic Engineering and the TICE Division - Centre for distance learning
  • E-GOV-TN – Open Government data in Tunisia for service innovation and transparency
    Programme Erasmus Mundus action 2
    Duration: 3 years September 2014 to June 2017
  • R@W - Restart@Work
    Programme Leonardo-TOI (transfer of innovation)
    Duration: 2 years October 2012 to September 2014
    Project implemented in partnership with GIP Auvergne.
  • Europe and Sustainable Development
    Module Jean Monnet
    Duration: 3 years from Sep. 2015 to August 2018
    Project coordinated by Arnaud Diemer - ESPE
  • REPESEA - Assessing and Improving Research Performance at South East Asian Universities www.repesea.org
    Programme Capacity Building action 2
    Duration: 15/10/2016 to 14/10/2019
    Project implemented by the School of Economics, find out more
  • C3QA - "Promotion of the internationalisation of research through implementation of a quality assurance system for postgraduate education in accordance with European integration"

Two other projects have enabled UCA to take part in academic cooperation beyond Europe. First with the USA, thanks to the European Atlantis programme, which supported the creation of the INVOGE Master, and then with sub-Saharan Africa thanks to the European Edulink programme, which supported the creation of the RAMSES project.