UniLaSalle has been awarded an Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (Charter number F BEAUVAI02) in the framework of the Erasmus+ 2014-2020 program and is authorized to participate in Erasmus+ exchanges with partner universities. The UniLaSalle Institutional strategy is outlined in our Erasmus Policy Statement.
Erasmus+ aims at boosting skills and employability, and modernizing Education, Training and Youth work. See http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/index_en.htm for more information on Erasmus+.
UniLaSalle’s Rennes Campus, known as EME Unilasalle is striving to develop its international program which currently includes over 70 Erasmus partners throughout Europe. EME Unilasalle’s international office encourages students to pursue study opportunities abroad at one of our partner schools, and to seek professional internship opportunities at foreign companies. EME Unilasalle students must spend a minimum of 12 weeks abroad in order to improve their level of foreign language proficiency, and fulfill a graduation requirement.
Programs, Courses & ECTS information
EME Unilasalle is specialized in the fields of Environmental Engineering, Environmental Management and Environmental Sciences.
Studies in French
Erasmus or Exchange students who speak French at a CEFR B2 level or higher and who are interested in doing studies in the fields of Environmental Engineering or Sciences can apply to participate in the Environmental Management and Engineering programs at EME Unilasalle.
Studies in English
Erasmus students can apply to either semester of the fourth year of Environmental Management and Engineering which is now taught in English.
English speaking graduate level students can apply to attend the MSc in Eco Design and Sustainable Management program at EME Unilasalle which is taught in English in conjunction with Rennes School of Business.
Erasmus studies at EME Unilasalle
We welcome students from all our partner universities to study abroad at EME Unilasalle within the framework of the Erasmus program. EME Unilasalle currently has bilateral Erasmus agreements with over 60 schools throughout Europe. These agreements allow students to spend a semester or a year at EME Unilasalle. The Erasmus program can assist you with your mobility so you can study or do internships throughout Europe.
As an exchange student at EME Unilasalle, you will enjoy a wonderful French experience; with top quality teaching and learning facilities, friendly and engaged staff, a beautiful campus, and an active social life!!! The EME Unilasalle International Office will guide you if you have questions concerning your studies or your life in Bruz or Rennes.
EME Unilasalle applies the ECTS system based on learning outcomes and workloads to allocate credits to our students whether they stay at EME Unilasalle, or do an internship or studies abroad. Students do not pay tuition fees and may receive an Erasmus grant from their home university.
Students go abroad and gain ECTS credits that will count towards their degree. Mobility starts with a choice of courses and signing a Learning Agreement to define the courses to study and the amount of ECTS Credits to be earned upon successful completion.
All students are provided with a transcript including ECTS credit information at the end of their studies. The credits earned and information about the mobility experience abroad will be reflected in a diploma supplement to be given at graduation.
English is a required subject every semester at EME Unilasalle. EME Unilasalle students can also take Spanish or German courses. An international awareness class is also taught in English in the first three years of the engineering program, students are made aware of foreign environmental issues. When candidates are selected for exchanges, the partner CEFR language level requirements are taken into account.
French Language help
Incoming students to EME Unilasalle should have a proven CEFR B2 level in the target language when they arrive at EME Unilasalle. Incoming with a French B1 level can come in August for intensive French lessons through the Centre de Mobilité Internationale (CMI) at a cost. Incoming who require language support can ask for 4 hours of courses per week of tailored French lessons through the CMI at a cost.
A buddy is a French student who is assigned to you as your contact person and will assist you in getting settled during your first couple of weeks in Rennes. EME Unilasalle Buddies are former exchange students who are volunteers, and are interested in helping you. If you want a buddy to contact you before your arrival, or possibly pick you up at the train station or the airport, ask the EME Unilasalle International Office to assign you a buddy.
Like most schools in France, EME Unilasalle does not have its own residence halls and therefore all students registered at EME Unilasalle must rent private accommodation. The International Office can help you look for accommodation on or off campus, or possibly propose a French roommate if you so desire.
Erasmus Students who study at EME Unilasalle do not pay enrollment fees to EME Unilasalle.
Letter of admission
By early July (applications for the fall semester) or mid-December (applications for the spring semester) you will receive a Letter of Admission and some pre-departure information. Once you have received your Letter of Admission, please read the CMI’s Guide for International Students carefully.
Erasmus Partner or other enquiries: Please contact our International Office.
UniLaSalle has been awarded an Erasmus Extended Charter – Charter number F BEAUVAI02.
Our international partners in one map :
|Norwegian University of Life Sciences|
|Norwegian University of Science and Technology|
|University College of Southeast Norway|
|University of Stavanger|
|Avans University of Applied Sciences|
|Léon Universidad de Léon|
|Rovira i Virgili University|
|Technical University of Cartagena|
|Technological College of Huesca (University of Zaragoza)|
|University of Girona|
|University of Huelva|