Erasmus Policy Statement

Erasmus+ is the European Union’s (EU) funding programme for education and training, youth and sport. The overall programme objectives are to:

▪ Boost skills and employability

▪ Modernise education, training and youth work

▪ Improve opportunities for young people.

The Programme is provided with funding by the European Union via the British Council, who are the UK’s National Agency.

Erasmus Policy Statement

Erasmus Charter


Eligibility

Subject to approval from the relative department heads, students and faculty on

the following programs are welcome to participate :

▪ BSc in Business Administration

▪ BS in General Business (study exchanges only)

▪ MSc in Marketing, Finance and Management

▪ A number of departments also allow their students to go abroad for research

projects during the long vacation but only if the project is a recognised

part of the individual's degree.

Please make enquiries with your department or the Erasmus Co-ordinator for

current opportunities. You must have approval from your supervisor, the relevant

Degree Committee and have applied for permission to work away.

Staff mobility opportunities are available to University Teaching Officers,

University administrative staff and College Teaching Officers.

For more information on the programme please see the relevant pages on this website

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Daniela Alvarez

Student: Daniela Alvarez Citizenship: Colombian – Italian Programme and Year: BSc, second year, Management Campus: Florence Internship Company: International Data Corporation (IDC) Location: London, UK   I started the Bachelor in Business Administration programme at ESE Florence two years ago. The possibility to travel and change campuses as well as to have internship...

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