The campus and its partner institutions provide an international arena for training, research and innovation focusing on the future of the hospitality industry.
Join the school to improve your skills, exploring culinary and managerial practices in other countries.
the network provides overseas learning experiences for its students and trainees. it participates in gastronomy fairs and events, intercultural exchanges, international conferences and research & development projects, combining the expertise of its own staff with that of their international counterparts.
The campus draws on an abundance of partnerships developed with schools, international hotel chains and restaurateurs in europe, america and asia to organise study tours and academic exchanges.
- More than 15 academic partners in europe,
- America and asia more than 200 trips organised every year
- A large number of learners hosted at the campus’ institutions
Erasmus+ is the EU’s programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. Erasmus+ offers mobility and cooperation possibilities in:
- higher education
- vocational education and training
- school education (including early childhood education and care)
- adult education
The Erasmus+ programme guide provides detailed information about what is available and the admission criteria.
France’s “Generation+ Mobility” scheme aims to support collective and accompanied educational mobility projects in Europe and further afield for groups, classes of students and trainees.
These projects must enable young people to improve their skills by exchanging practices, undertaking educational visits (companies, professional establishments, institutions) and participating in young volunteer camps, etc.
Individual study courses and educational trips with companies overseas are eligible as long as they can demonstrate the existence of a collective project as referred to above.
ProTandem has been subsidising and coordinating Franco-German exchanges for young people and adults involved in vocational training since 1980.
Pro tandem funds trips for approximately 3,000 participants a year spread across more than 50 professional sectors.
The Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO) is an international organisation supporting Franco-German cooperation. It operates in Paris, Berlin and Sarrebruck. It was created by the Elysée Treaty in 1963.
The Office aims to encourage relationships between young people from the two countries, strengthen their understanding and, thus, develop the image of the neighbouring country.
Funding overseas study erasmus+
Depending on their level and the institution they will be attached to, students enrolled on the programmes who want to spend a semester at a partner university or carry out a 4-6 month internship within the European Union are eligible for an Erasmus bursary.
In 2018-2019, the amount provided to the students involved was between €1,700 and €2,000.