Toulouse INP – ERASMES charter + 2014

Toulouse INP has always considered Erasmus + as a fundamental element of its internationalisation policy. Active member of the program since its launch in 1987, Toulouse INP has been renewed by the European Commission for the period 2014-2020.

 

Within the Erasmus + program, Toulouse INP is engaged in several activities:

  • incoming and outgoing student mobility;
  • teacher and staff mobility;
  • innovative cooperation projects;
  • exchange of good practices;
  • projects supporting the modernisation of higher education systems in partner countries outside Europe.

 

Check the Erasmus charter + 2014-2020 (available only in french)

Check the Erasmus + strategy 2014-2020 (available only in french)

OUR ERASMUS PROGRAMS

Erasmus + KA107 : International Credits Mobility

Erasmus + KA103: Intra-European Mobilities

The KA 103 key action constitutes the main Erasmus + activity of Toulouse INP. It allows students, teachers and staff members of the establishment to carry out mobility with one of our European partners Erasmus +.

 

Thus, each year:

  • more than 175 students go on a study mobility within an university or go on an internship mobility in a laboratory or in a company.
  • an average of ten teachers and ten staff members will teach or train with one of our partners.

 

These mobilities are carried out under attractive financial conditions, thanks to the payment of monthly Erasmus grants and subsistence allowances. The destinations reflect the great geographic diversity of our cooperation: Spain, Italy, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Ireland, Germany, Czech Republic, Portugal, Greece, Hungary ...

 

In addition, the participation of our establishment in the KA 103 key action allows it to welcome each year about fifty foreign students who come to spend a semester or a year in our schools. This key action is therefore central to our compulsory mobility strategy and fully contributes to the internationalisation of our students, our teams and our establishment while contributing to its influence.

Erasmus + KA2: Strategic Partnerships

 ETV4INNOVATION is a strategic partnership project for professional training funded by the European Commission within the framework of the Erasmus + program, with duration of 28 months.

 

It was designed to support the development and implementation of an innovative practice and a new training path in the field of environmental technology verification (ETV). It will develop an online course on open access ETV which will become a resource for environmental technology developers, in order to facilitate their access to the ETV verification process.

 

 

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Erasmus + KA2: Capacity-building

 MaBioVa is a European Erasmus + Capacity Building program, funded up to 678,000€. Its main objective is to support certain higher education establishments in Morocco to use modern educational tools based on ICT through the creation of a master's degree in plant biotechnology for the improvement of plants. A set of 18 training modules was made available to learners on a dedicated educational platform.

 

Thanks to the financial support, it was possible to set three teaching rooms equipped with computer and audiovisual equipment adapted to e-Learning for approximately 180,000€. Toulouse INP, program coordinator with the University of Mohammed V in Rabat, brings its expertise and experience in education and international relations.

 

Mabiova started in October 2015 and ended in October 2019 and enabled the training of around sixty teacher-researchers. In September 2018, a first class of 20 students started this master in Rabat, then 3 classes in Rabat, Marrakech and Tangier started this master in September 2019.

 

 

Universities that have joined the current project: Mohammed Premier University (Oujda, Morocco), Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (Ben Gurir, Morocco), Sultan Moulay Slimane University (Béni Mellal, Morocco), IBN Zohr University (Agadir, Morocco).

 

 

Food Stem

This Erasmus + Capacity building project aims to train a new generation of Cambodian entrepreneurs specialising in the agri-food chain with an emphasis on quality, safety and sustainability. The objective is to increase the number of Cambodian SMEs in the food sector capable of producing goods for the local, national or even international market by emphasising the quality and sustainability of agricultural practices in the process of agri-food transformation.

  • Development of online courses dedicated to the agrifood chain in partnership with Cambodian universities and in particular a specialisation in the food industry in entrepreneurship and project management at master's level.
  • Organising challenges in partnership with the private sector, Agri-food labs. The selected teams will receive technical support and entrepreneurship training.
  • Deployment of a program to strengthen the management capacities of analytical laboratories for the control of food security.

 

Food-STEM is a 3-year program that will run from December 2019 to October 2022 developed by 3 European universities: Toulouse INP, Supagro Montpellier, University of Liège. And four Cambodian partner universities:

Completed Erasmus + project

DEMETER

This program allowed the creation of the very first professional Master in sustainable territorial development in rural areas in Tunisia with face-to-face and / or distance courses. It offers quality professional training for the benefit of students and professionals from various disciplines - agronomy, geography, economics, sociology, political science - towards different professions of territorial development, which they can exercise in structures and organisations, design offices, NGOs and various companies. Toulouse INP, project coordinator, ensured the optimisation of experience transfers between the different partners and overall coherence in carrying out the project.

 

European partners, including Toulouse INP, have provided:

  • skills in pedagogy and training design in territorial development
  • skills in the design of online teaching and the training of teachers and technicians (University of Liège)
  • the quality assurance process for the diploma and for the project approach (University of Alicante).

 

DEMETER is a Tempus program lasting 3 and a half years (from November 2012 to February 2016) between 3 European partner universities:

 

4 Tunisian higher education establishments:

 

and 3 public or private Tunisian professional organizations:

  • ODESYPANO, North-West Development Sylvo-Pastoral Office, Tunisia
  • AFEFJRK, Education Association, support women and youth employment in Kef
  • IRESA, Institution de la Recherche et de l’Enseignement Supérieur Agricoles 

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