International Exchange : Overview

The internationalization of the training concerns all the dimensions of the training at the level of the licenses as well as the masters. The ISB promotes international mobility for its students at its partner universities of its students, through internships and semesters of study but also that of teachers. By opting for an international course, the student has the opportunity to leave in exchange for a semester or two at one of The ISB partner universities.

  • Academic Level : having a mean that exceeds 12 or a GPA of more than 2.67 during the previous academic year.
  • Personal qualities : discipline, diligence, seriousness, motivation
  • Associative activities : être actif dans la vie associative, participation aux évènements et formations organisés à l’ISB, etc.
  • Language proficiency : a good level in French and English (Certificates) 

Step1 : Submitting requested documents while respecting the deadlines set by the international office

Le dossier est composé :

  • Exchange program registration form
  • CV
  • Certificate of achievement and transcripts.
  • Copy of the passport
  • Proof of language proficiency (language test) compétence linguistique (test de langue)

Step 2

Interview to assess candidates(motivation, language level, academic level, etc.) and discuss the specificities of the exchange program (correspondence of subjects, students' rights and obligations, expected living costs, etc.).

Step 3

Reporting results of the admission committee .

Students admitted by the commission to exchange for one or two semesters at one of the partner universities only pay tuition fees to the ISB and can benefit from training at the host institution and various services such as housing assistance.

The total cost associated with a study abroad session varies depending on the country (accommodation, catering, airfare, etc.).

Selected students can apply for a mobility grant at the international office. This scholarship can only be awarded for the best students after the decision of the commission. In addition, some partners offer Erasmus+ mobility grants.

ISB is a member of the Erasmus+ program. It is a European Commission program covering four areas: education, training, youth and sports. This program facilitates and encourages student mobility by providing scholarships and/or internships.

By promoting mobility and cooperation projects in Europe, the Erasmus+ program, which is firmly rooted in the Europe 2020 Strategy, makes it possible, in particular, to strengthen everyone's skills for better job opportunities, to support innovation within education and training students and institutions . Thus, it leads to promoting a transparent and coherent use at European level of tools for skills recognition and validation, and to foster cooperation between European and non-European countries.