Erasmus+ charter renewed until 2027
Institut Mines-Télécom and its schools will continue to make an active contribution to the framework programme in order to build a Europe of education and train socially responsible citizens.
The European Commission has renewed Institut Mines-Télécom’s Erasmus+ charter until 2027 with a maximum score of 100/100.
Erasmus+ is the European Union’s programme for education, training, youth and sport in Europe. With a budget of €26 billion for the period 2021-2027, Erasmus+ offers the opportunity to study, train and gain experience abroad.
Its main objectives for the coming years are to
- the introduction of a complete digitisation process,
- automatic recognition of credits (ECTS),
- respect for the environment and
- better inclusion of people with reduced mobility (vocational training, disabilities, disadvantaged social backgrounds).
With this renewal, the IMT will be able to benefit from funding for projects aimed at strengthening its international strategy:
- international mobility for its students and staff
- training of international students and internationalisation of campuses,
- cooperation partnerships between countries to develop innovative educational projects,
- sharing best practice,
- including people who are less inclined to travel,
- strengthening links between higher education and business, and promoting respect for the environment and civic engagement.
IMT is a public institution dedicated to higher education and research for innovation.
It is a key player in the fusion of science, engineering and digital technology, and takes its schools’ skills into the major fields of transformation in digital technology, industry, energy and the environment as well as their impact on the industry of the future, cities, health, and autonomy.