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Study plans bound to cooperation agreements (MOU or MOA)

There are opportunities for training in double degree for students from universities who signed cooperation agreements with Network "n+i".

Finishing a program in France: Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
Note If you come from an university that have signed a cooperation agreement with Network "n+i", then you will be notified when registering online.
List of foreign universities partners of Network "n+i".
A student may complete the final part of their Bachelor or Master degree (the final 6 months of projects, courses, thesis ...) in France.

In this case the program will not award a French degree but will be recognized as an international experience in France and part of the diploma from the university of the student.

Two types of academic programmes are possible:
  • International Bachelor Mobility (IBM) : A mobility from 6 to 12 months in a French Engineering Institute (under agreement with the foreign university) to complete a bachelor in France. Possible continuation on master.
  • International Master Mobility (IMM) : A mobility from 6 to 12 months in a French Engineering Institute (under agreement with the foreign university) to complete a master in France. Possible continuation on PhD.
This is a good way to prepare for further masters (after Bachelor) or doctoral (after a Masters) education in France.

Double degree masters: Memorandum of Administration (MOA)
In this case the program will be done both in France and in the student's country. The graduate will receive two degrees (from each country, one from his university and one from the French engineering school).

There are two cases:
  1. The first part of the master is done in the student country and the second part is done in France.
  2. The first part of master is done in France and the second part is done back in the student country.
In both cases: it is necessary that the two masters are recognized by the foreign university and the French school as "compatible", that is to say that the lessons and curricula are very close and allow mutual recognition of training by delivering credits to similar trainings completed ​​in each country.