Erasmus+ and Toulouse Catholic University (ICT)

The Erasmus+ European Programme enables students, teachers and staff in the education and
further training sectors to undertake a mobility period within another country of the European

In France, the programme is regulated by the Erasmus+ Agency, under the supervision of the following ministries:

  • Ministère de l’Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche (Ministry of Higher Education and
  • Ministère de l’Éducation Nationale (National Education Ministry)
  • Ministère de l’Économie, de l’Industrie et de l’Emploi (Ministry of Economy, Industry and

Since 2008, the ICT has been a signatory to an Erasmus charter guaranteeing mobility for its students
and staff, in accordance with the Erasmus+ Agency.

Over 102 Erasmus+ bilateral agreements in 2020. See our international partners.

The Erasmus+ programme allows you to carry out part of your studies or attend a traineeship in
another country within the EU. You will benefit from a mobility grant, and your time spent abroad
will be validated for your course on your return to France. Mobility periods for studies will
generally last from one semester to one year, with traineeships lasting from 2 to 6 months.

If you have a disability and you wish to travel with the Erasmus programme, you may qualify for a
specific grant. Please get in touch with the Service Relations Internationales (International
Relations Department) for further information.

Academic recognition for your studies abroad

ECTS- European Credit Transfer System

ICT’s State courses are organised following the ECTS credit system, which guarantees academic
recognition of your time spent studying in an ICT partner university abroad. After spending a
semester or academic year with one of our partners, students will validate their studies although
the contents of the course may differ slightly. The student’s personal experience is also an
important aspect of this programme.

Within the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme, there is an ECTS equivalence between the partnering

Prior to departure, an educational contract defining the choice of courses and the ECTS is signed by
the student and approved by the director of studies. These ECTSs enable recognition of the study
period spent abroad (30 ECTS min./semester and 60 ECTS min./year). Any change to the original
choices must be approved by the director of studies. At the end of the mobility period, the report
card must correspond to the final choice of courses. This will be verified by both the International
Relations Office and by the Faculty. At the end of the mobility period, the ICT will receive the
report card from the host university, and will issue a supplement to the student’s diploma once all
exams have been validated.

or more information on the ECTS: Guide ECTS
In the context of cooperation agreements with non-European universities, the value of credits may
differ between partners (e.g.: China, Japan, Brazil…). For information purposes only, please refer
to this equivalence chart.

    Wanting to travel abroad?

    ICT has signed numerous bilateral agreements with universities worldwide. Applications for study periods abroad: application forms must be submitted to the International Relations Office no later than 15th February of each year.

      *The “Informed Consent” form must be submitted by Faculty of Arts students.

      Code Erasmus+ : F TOULOUS 09

      Code OID : E10094534




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      Other exchange programmes outside of ERASMUS

      The ICT has established partnerships throughout the whole world, thanks to prospective visits to
      other universities and its contact network FUCE (Fédérations de Universités Catholiques Européennes) and the FIUC (Fédération Internationale des
      Universités Catholiques).
      Thus, cooperation agreements with numerous universities in Asia (China, Japan, South Korea,
      Taiwan…), Latin America (Argentina, Peru, Brazil…), South Africa, the Middle East, etc… have been
      signed and allow our students to study abroad for a semester or an academic year.

      Browse our list of international partnerships!



      The procedures to follow for an exchange with partnered Universities, are identical to those for an exchange
      within the Erasmus+
      Programme, and the following documents should be downloaded:

        *The « Informed Consent » form must be submitted by faculty of Arts Students.




        Annie Despatureaux

        International Relations Office
        Head of International partnerships and
        Exchange program

        Christian Guallar

        Research Secretary / International relations