EXCHANGE PROGRAM

What are the basic principles of a stay abroad within the frame of the exchange program?

WHAT ARE THE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF A STAY ABROAD WITHIN THE FRAME OF THE EXCHANGE PROGRAM?

Students enrolled and regularly pursuing their studies at ESMOD Tunisia may participate, potentially and if they wish so, in the students’ exchange program offered by the ESMOD network member schools. This exchange must be scheduled well in advance and is subject to the approval of the teachers and of the candidate in and the host school, taking into account also the school record of the applicant. The student shall during the exchange attend regularly his training courses and participate in tests and assessments provided by the host school. She/he shall however be considered as still enrolled in ESMOD TUNISIA and will not therefore pay any tuition fees abroad, and will not be entitled to a foreign degree. All costs related to the exchange program will be borne by the applicant

STUDIES

WHY GO?

  • Expand one’s horizon by confronting another culture, take a step back.
  • Learn a different way to work and study.
  • Perfect One’s knowledge of a foreign language.
  • Enhance one’s training and CV
  • Demonstrate one’s ability in terms of autonomy and intellectual adaptation.

WHEN TO GO?

At least one semester after starting the first year courses

WHO?

All students enrolled at ESMOD TUNISIA who meet the criteria for participation and whose application has been validated by both ESMOD Tunisia and the host school.

HOW?

From an administrative point of view: pay attention to procedures. Inquire about candidature deadlines, Ask the relevant embassy about visa requirements (note: if you stay more than 3 months in a country, a residence permit may be required). Do not forget to purchase repatriation insurance in case of accident (you can contact specialized agencies but also keep in mind that some credit cards are coupled to repatriation insurance).

BUDGET

Budget depends on the cost of living in the country of destination. [all_around id="4"]