International mobility is a key factor in the training at VetAgro Sup.

A mobility project can extend from 2 weeks to an academic year, with different goals: language immersion session, work placement in a company or in a veterinary clinic, pre-optional internship for engineering project, but also one or two semesters of end-of-course training or internship. In 2013, 110 engineering students and 108 veterinary students completed an internship abroad. 25 engineering students and 18 veterinary students had an academic mobility (semesters of study). Check mobility feedbacks

A minimum duration of 2 months abroad is compulsory to pass the engineer degree. An internship of 2 weeks minimum is also mandatory for veterinary medical training.

Learn more about the mobility period abroad (veterinary curriculum)

Learn more about the mobility period abroad (engineering curriculum)

Academic mobility (semesters of study)

VetAgro Sup uses the transfer and the ECTS credits accumulation system, which encourage and ease the international mobility and its academic recognition.

The student mobility during the semesters of study at VetAgro Sup:

  • Is strongly encouraged and recognized in the training
  • Has a special and transparent admission process, which ensures equality of treatments
  • Takes place in the network of partner universities
  • Benefits from an administrative and educational management before, during and after the mobility

 

Feedbacks

Information:
Veterinary curriculum: DEVE, deve.veto@vetagro-sup.fr
Engineering curriculum: BRI agro, international.agro@vetagro-sup.fr

Mobility period during the internship

Qualified internships are an integral part of the training, and many internships take place abroad. VetAgro Sup students are provided with information concerning conditions, destinations and financial supports available.

Information:
Veterinary curriculum: DEVE, deve.veto@vetagro-sup.fr
Engineering curriculum: BRI agro, international.agro@vetagro-sup.fr

Mobility grants

Financial supports to assist mobility are granted every year by the Minister in charge of Agriculture, by regional councils of Rhône-Alpes and Auvergne regions, by the city of Clermont-Ferrand and by the European Erasmus program (Erasmus + from 2014)

Information:
Veterinary curriculum: DEVE, deve.veto@vetagro-sup.fr
Engineering curriculum: BRI agro, international.agro@vetagro-sup.fr