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Erasmus+ Policy Statement

Erasmus+ Policy Statement

The vision of MoPA’s international strategy is to ensure that the school continues to be recognised as an international leader in high quality CG animation filmmaking learning and teaching, and creating links with other institutions, particularly in Europe as well as further afield. MoPA wishes to build upon its existing global reputation, academic-industry-alumni international network and existing international activities. Erasmus participation is central to this vision.

Mobility under the Erasmus+ Programme can be realized at an institution holding an European Charter for Higher Education with which MoPA has concluded the inter-institutional agreement. The host institution must be located in a country participating in the Erasmus+ Programme.

MoPA offers opportunities for staff and students to complete a period of mobility (studies, traineeships, teaching and training) in an Erasmus+ Program Country. Participants may obtain financial support through the Erasmus+ programme depending on the available funding, and depending on eligibility criteria.

For student mobilities these criteria are: academic results, linguistic capacity, coherence with the student’s studies and professional project, respect for Erasmus administrative requirements, and other financial support possibilities for the student.

The amount of the financial support varies according to destination country and type of mobility. Students in a situation of handicap may be eligible for supplementary financial Erasmus+ support.  Please see the Erasmus+ coordinator for more details.

Coordinator Erasmus+: Catriona Murray / International Relationships / +33(0)490 994 690 / c.murray@ecole-mopa.fr

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A summary of the MoPA subjects offered throughout the Preparatory Year and the five-year Advanced Diploma with their ECTS credits, as awarded for the 2018-2019 academic year.

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