You are a GBBA or GEMSc student and you are going on an exchange or DD in one of the Erasmus+ eligible countries (see Ernest FAQ: The Erasmus Program 2019-20 - Eligible Countries)?
No need to inform the ESSEC Erasmus coordinator about your mobility project.
Your Study abroad coordinator will send the list of all outgoing students to the Erasmus coordinator who will in turn send you the necessary documents to open your Erasmus file.
IMPORTANT: The minimum duration of an exchange is 3 months (90 days).
You intend doing an internship in one of the Erasmus+ eligible countries (see Ernest FAQ: The Erasmus Program 2019-20 - Eligible Countries)?
You must inform the ESSEC Erasmus coordinator via the Ernest platform about your project.
IMPORTANT: The minimum duration of an internship is 2 months (60 days).
The Erasmus procedure
Whether doing an exchange/DD or an internship the Erasmus procedure is the same.
To start the procedure the ESSEC Erasmus Coordinator will send you an Erasmus Grant Agreement that you must complete, sign and send back to the ESSEC Registrar office.
Without this document your application file will not be opened.
Once engaged in the Erasmus process you must validate 2 steps until the closure of your file. The ESSEC Erasmus Coordinator will send you an email for each step explaining which documents you must complete to validate the step.
Step 1: Confirmation of start of mobility
Step 2: Confirmation of end of mobility
Payment of the scholarship
After validating step 1 the Erasmus Coordinator will request:
1st payment (70% of the scholarship)
After validating step 2 the Erasmus Coordinator will request:
2nd & final payment (30% remaining)
BY SIGNING THE ERASMUS GRANT AGREEMENT, GENERAL CONDITIONS AND STUDENT CHARTER YOU COMMIT YOURSELF TO COMPLY WITH THE ERASMUS PROCEDURE. IF YOU DO NOT VALIDATE STEP 2 (END OF MOBILITY) YOU WILL HAVE TO REIMBURSE THE 1ST PAYMENT (70%).