Going abroad

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Given the global considerations involved in the energy transition, Sup’EnR naturally has an international outlook. All engineering students have to spend a minimum of 12 weeks abroad. Engineering students are able to draw on the numerous networks and partnerships that exist between teaching staff/researchers and the many industrialists who play a part in their training to help them find internships abroad.

Sup'EnR engineering students can therefore take advantage of a vast array of international contacts, particularly in the following universities and institutes

  • Sup'EnR students can also take advantage of the 196 international agreements that the University of Perpignan has (Erasmus, BCI – exchange programme with Québec, etc.) so they can undertake part of their study abroad. More information
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Date of update December 5, 2018