All our programs are divided into Teaching Units representing a certain number of Credits. Each year of training represents 60 credits – 180 credits for our Bachelor’s programs and 120 credits for our Master’s programs. Credits are awarded in proportion to the importance and duration of a given module.
For Eucléa, the key to successful and enriching mobility is good language preparation. It is provided by our partner school ELFE, a member of the Collège de Paris, which offers a wide range of French courses.
The Collège de Paris strongly supports the mobility of students from all its EESs (a dozen or so in Fine Arts, Fashion Design, Textiles, Fashion, Luxury Marketing, Management, Marketing, Human Resources and the Environment) and enables its incoming students to take part in events. The aim here is to improve the linguistic and intercultural aspects of each participant.
Internationalization is at the heart of Eucléa’s mission, values and educational project. International openness, in addition to pedagogical excellence and individualized support, is a key value for us in guiding our students towards employment. Our strategy is twofold: to welcome foreign students to all our courses, and to promote student mobility by ensuring full recognition of their activities during their mobility, in particular by awarding them ECTS credits.
Through training, we want to promote French know-how, which is why we are focusing on developing programs that are likely to be of interest to international students (luxury goods, international marketing, etc.).
We choose partners who want to collaborate with us and are looking for bilateral exchanges, not those who are only interested in us. For this reason, Eucléa favors universities offering a variety of programs, so that we can work with them on a multidisciplinary basis. The presence of a language training facility comparable to ours within the school is a plus.
Two areas are favored for mobility:
Mobility mainly concerns Bac+4 students who have already obtained a first Eucléa diploma (RNCP Level 6) and who can benefit from an academic stay or internship abroad: either as part of their preparation for employment, or as part of their continuing studies. Solutions have also been put in place for work-study students. In fact, their pace does not always coincide with the mobility on offer. That’s why we offer them the opportunity to go abroad at the end of their internship, making their mobility more professional and less costly than academic mobility.
Eucléa aims to become as international as possible, while at the same time participating fully in the modernization of higher education, to the benefit of its staff and students. In particular, cooperation projects should enable us to :
Eucléa would like to :