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You will find on the map below all the international partnerships established by your faculty:

  • Europe

    Studying in Europe with the CIVIS and ERASMUS+ programs

    The CIVIS and ERASMUS+ programs allow you to study in one or more European partner universities. Participating in these programs will allow you :

    • To follow legal studies in the foreign law faculty for a duration of one semester or one year
    • To be exempted from tuition fees in the host university
    • To validate 1 semester or 1 year of a Licence 3, a Master 1, a University Certificate of Comparative Law (1 semester) or a University Diploma of Comparative Law (1 year) by transferring the ECTS credits acquired and the grades obtained
    • To have the possibility of receiving financial aid for mobility subject to conditions (see the section "Financial Aid")

    What are the conditions to participate?

    • Be registered at Aix-Marseille the year before the mobility
    • To be selected by AMU

    Application within the framework of a Master 1

    The pre-selection for an Erasmus departure, by Civis or Hors Europe, within the framework of a Master 1, does not prejudge the admission in Master 1, which depends only on the admission in Master 1 at the end of the E-candidate procedure.
    Consequently, even if a student is preselected for an Erasmus trip, by Civis or Outside Europe, as part of a Master 1, he/she will only be admitted to the exchange programme if he/she has been selected for a Master 1. Please note that not all M1 courses are compatible for a departure abroad. Please.
    Students are therefore invited to follow the ordinary selection procedure for the Master's programme, as provided for in the E-candidat application.
    Please note that not all M1 courses at AMU are compatible with a mobility abroad. Please contact the Administrative Agent in charge of mobility.

    Application Form

    Deadline for submitting the application file

    • For a mobility in the 2nd semester 2021/2022 : September 10th 2021
    • For a mobility in 2022/2023 : to be defined

    Application file

    • To be submitted on the Moveonplatform
    • Possibility to make 3 choices of university per program, so 3 choices CIVIS and 3 choices ERASMUS (So 6 choices in total). Attention, the 3 choices must be made on the same form, in the part "Choice of destination", click on "+ Choice".

    Documents to provide :

    • Valid ID (or passport) for a departure in 2020-2021
    • the transcript of marks of the Baccalaureate
    • detailed transcripts since L1
    • 1 CV in French
    • 1 letter of motivation in French (1 recto maximum, typed on the computer, signed -> why this university, why me, what is my short, medium or long term project) per choice of university
    • 1 study project per university :
      • Fill in this document: study contract
      • Make a study plan by choice of university
      • You will find the course catalogue in the right column in the "Downloads" section -> choose your courses in correlation with the degree you are preparing (Licence 3 or Master 1)
      • Take 30 ECTS per semester (for example: in Stockholm, 1 course = 15 ECTS, so you will have to take 2 courses per semester)
      • Indicate in the left-hand column the courses you would have taken if you had stayed at AMU and in the right-hand column the courses you wish to take abroad

    What are the selection criteria?

    • Have obtained satisfactory results in the semesters preceding the mobility and be in possession of all the required ECTS credits
    • Provide proof of language certification with the required number of points
    • Provide a good letter of motivation

    Which destinations?
    To find out about the possibilities of departure, download the "List of EUROPE partners" in the download block.

    Find on MOVEON, all the partners of the Faculty of Law.

    Contact à ajouter
    Nom
    Nom
    BOLLORÉ
    Prénom
    Aurélie
    Fonction
    Fonction
    Manager Outgoing Students - 2nd Floor - Room 216
  • Europe

    Studying in Europe with the CIVIS and ERASMUS+ programs

    The CIVIS and ERASMUS+ programs allow you to study in one or more European partner universities. Participating in these programs will allow you :

    • To follow legal studies in the foreign law faculty for a duration of one semester or one year
    • To be exempted from tuition fees in the host university
    • To validate 1 semester or 1 year of a Licence 3, a Master 1, a University Certificate of Comparative Law (1 semester) or a University Diploma of Comparative Law (1 year) by transferring the ECTS credits acquired and the grades obtained
    • To have the possibility of receiving financial aid for mobility subject to conditions (see the section "Financial Aid")

    What are the conditions to participate?

    • Be registered at Aix-Marseille the year before the mobility
    • To be selected by AMU

    Application within the framework of a Master 1

    The pre-selection for an Erasmus departure, by Civis or Hors Europe, within the framework of a Master 1, does not prejudge the admission in Master 1, which depends only on the admission in Master 1 at the end of the E-candidate procedure.
    Consequently, even if a student is preselected for an Erasmus trip, by Civis or Outside Europe, as part of a Master 1, he/she will only be admitted to the exchange programme if he/she has been selected for a Master 1. Please note that not all M1 courses are compatible for a departure abroad. Please.
    Students are therefore invited to follow the ordinary selection procedure for the Master's programme, as provided for in the E-candidat application.
    Please note that not all M1 courses at AMU are compatible with a mobility abroad. Please contact the Administrative Agent in charge of mobility.

    Application Form

    Deadline for submitting the application file

    • For a mobility in the 2nd semester 2021/2022 : September 10th 2021
    • For a mobility in 2022/2023 : to be defined

    Application file

    • To be submitted on the Moveonplatform
    • Possibility to make 3 choices of university per program, so 3 choices CIVIS and 3 choices ERASMUS (So 6 choices in total). Attention, the 3 choices must be made on the same form, in the part "Choice of destination", click on "+ Choice".

    Documents to provide :

    • Valid ID (or passport) for a departure in 2020-2021
    • the transcript of marks of the Baccalaureate
    • detailed transcripts since L1
    • 1 CV in French
    • 1 letter of motivation in French (1 recto maximum, typed on the computer, signed -> why this university, why me, what is my short, medium or long term project) per choice of university
    • 1 study project per university :
      • Fill in this document: study contract
      • Make a study plan by choice of university
      • You will find the course catalogue in the right column in the "Downloads" section -> choose your courses in correlation with the degree you are preparing (Licence 3 or Master 1)
      • Take 30 ECTS per semester (for example: in Stockholm, 1 course = 15 ECTS, so you will have to take 2 courses per semester)
      • Indicate in the left-hand column the courses you would have taken if you had stayed at AMU and in the right-hand column the courses you wish to take abroad

    What are the selection criteria?

    • Have obtained satisfactory results in the semesters preceding the mobility and be in possession of all the required ECTS credits
    • Provide proof of language certification with the required number of points
    • Provide a good letter of motivation

    Which destinations?
    To find out about the possibilities of departure, download the "List of EUROPE partners" in the download block.

    Find on MOVEON, all the partners of the Faculty of Law.

    Contact à ajouter
    Nom
    Nom
    BOLLORÉ
    Prénom
    Aurélie
    Fonction
    Fonction
    Manager Outgoing Students - 2nd Floor - Room 216
  • Outside Europe

    Studying outside Europe (USA, Canada, China, Japan, Taiwan, Brazil)

    Non-European programmes allow you to carry out one or more study periods in a partner university. Participating in these programs will allow you to :

    • To follow legal studies in the foreign law school for a semester or a year
    • To be exempted from the tuition fees of the host university
    • To validate 1 semester or 1 year of a Licence 3, a Master 1, a University Certificate of Comparative Law (1 semester) or a University Diploma of Comparative Law (1 year) by transferring the ECTS credits acquired and the grades obtained
    • To have the possibility of receiving financial aid for mobility subject to conditions (see the section "Financial Aid")

    What are the conditions to participate?

    • Be registered at Aix-Marseille the year before the mobility
    • To be selected by AMU

    Application within the framework of a Master 1

    The pre-selection for an Erasmus departure, by Civis or Hors Europe, within the framework of a Master 1, does not prejudge the admission in Master 1, which depends only on the admission in Master 1 at the end of the E-candidate procedure.
    Consequently, even if a student is preselected for an Erasmus trip, by Civis or Outside Europe, as part of a Master 1, he/she will only be admitted to the exchange programme if he/she has been selected for a Master 1. Please note that not all M1 courses are compatible for a departure abroad. Please.
    Students are therefore invited to follow the ordinary selection procedure for the Master's programme, as provided for in the E-candidat application.
    Please note that not all M1 courses at AMU are compatible with a mobility abroad. Please contact the Administrative Agent in charge of mobility.

    Application Form

    Deadline for submitting the application file

    • For a mobility in 2021/2022 : Applications closed
    • For a mobility in 2022/2023 : To be defined

    Application file

    • To be submitted on the Moveon platform: CLOSED APPLICATIONS
    • Possibility to make 3 choices of university (the ISEP program counts for 1 choice) -> attention the 3 choices must be made on the same form, in the part "Choice of destination", click on "+ Choice".

    Documents to provide

    • Valid ID (or passport) for a departure in 2020-2021
    • a copy of your Baccalaureate transcript
    • detailed transcripts since L1
    • 1 CV in French or English, depending on the language of instruction at the university
    • 1 letter of motivation in French or English, depending on the language of instruction in the university (1 recto maximum, typed on the computer, signed -> why this university, why me, what short, medium or long term project) per choice of university
    • 2 letters of recommendation written by professors, lecturers or internship tutors (in the language of instruction of the university you are applying to - in English for Brazil)
    • 1 language certification depending on the country and if necessary
    • 1 study project per university :
      • Complete this document: study contract
      • Make a study plan by choice of university
      • Use the course catalogues available in the right-hand column to make your choice of courses
      • Depending on the university:
      • Take 4 to 5 courses per semester
      • Or up to 15 credits (from the country) per semester
      • Or 30 ECTS credits per semester
      • In the framework of a L3 or M1 mobility: indicate in the left-hand column the courses you would have taken if you had stayed at AMU and in the right-hand column the courses you wish to take abroad
      • For a CU or DU: fill in only the right-hand column with the courses you wish to take abroad

    Which destinations?
    To find out about the possibilities of going abroad, download the "List of partners outside Europe" in the download block.

    Find on MOVEON, all the partners of the Faculty of Law.

    Contact

    Contact à ajouter
    Nom
    Nom
    BOLLORÉ
    Prénom
    Aurélie
    Fonction
    Fonction
    Manager Outgoing Students - 2nd Floor - Room 216
  • United Kingdom

    From September 2022, the UK will no longer be an official participant in the ERASMUS+ programme.

    This implies a number of big changes in terms of mobility in these countries.

    Language level and language certifications

    Few language qualifications are officially accepted(UK Government website). Currently (as of 28/06/2021), you must prove a minimum level of English B2 with one of the following certifications:

    • IELTS SELT Consortium: "IELTS for UKVI" or "IELTS Life Skills
    • LanguageCert: "LanguageCert International ESOL SELT
    • Pearson: PTE Academic UKVI or PTE Home
    • PSI Services: Skills for English UKVI

    These are valid at all UK universities. They cost between 200 and 250€.

    The TOEFL is currently accepted by the universities and allows you to obtain the VISA (250€).

    VISA

    Whether it is a mobility of 1 semester or 1 year, the passport is mandatory. It must be valid for the whole period of mobility. If you don't have one, take the necessary steps as soon as possible.

    1 semester mobility (6 months or less):
    EU students will be able to study for up to six months in the UK without applying for a visa via the new 'Visitor Route' rules. They will be able to apply for the Visitor Route at the border on arrival in the UK (airport or train station) by presenting a letter of acceptance from their host university and using their ePassport. They will not have to pay any application fee.

    Mobility of more than 6 months:
    The "student route" will apply to students studying for more than 6 months in the UK. A visa is required.
    To apply for a visa:

    • Application fee (£348)
    • An NHS Access Fee (Immigration Health Surcharge - £470 per year) will apply to students.

    Student Route Points: To be eligible, students will need to achieve a total of 70 points by submitting various documents. Information on this can be found on the UK government website.
    See the simulator.

    Health insurance

    1 semester mobility (6 months or less):
    By taking the visitor route, access to primary NHS services is systematic. However, the British authorities recommend that you take out complementary health insurance.

    Mobility of more than 6 months:
    The European Health Insurance Card will no longer be in force from 1 January 2021.
    The points-based system (PBS) will apply. A membership to the National Health Service (NHS) will be compulsory and will be done when applying for a visa (£470 per year): see the British government website.
    You can find this information on the university's FAQ.

    Contact

    Contact à ajouter
    Nom
    Nom
    MARQUESAN
    Prénom
    Rosa
    Fonction
    Fonction
    Head of the Languages Department, co-director of the Languages Department
  • Who can help me find an internship?

    We do not keep an address book.

    However, here are a few organizations that regularly offer internships:

    • The International Criminal Court in The Hague (Netherlands)
    • The European Commission in Brussels (Belgium)
    • The Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    • NGOs in the humanitarian field

    You can also contact the SUIO, which can offer you workshops on writing CVs, cover letters, etc.

  • What are the steps to take?

    Once you have found your internship, you must apply for an agreement via your ENT.

    Be careful, some countries are considered "at risk". You can consult the list on the France Diplomatie website. These destinations require a mandatory validation of the internship agreement by the university's Defense Security Officer (FSD). In case of refusal, the internship must be cancelled.

  • Is there any financial assistance available?

    If your internship is abroad, you may be eligible for financial aid.

    You will find in the "documents to download" section a brochure explaining all the measures put in place to benefit from a grant.

    These vary according to the country of destination and whether or not you are a CROUS scholarship holder.

Contact

Contact à ajouter
Nom
Nom
BOLLORÉ
Prénom
Aurélie
Fonction
Fonction
Manager Outgoing Students - 2nd Floor - Room 216

Several documents to download
(updated and modified regularly)

As part of the STUDY mobility program, it is possible to obtain financial assistance.

  • Europe

    The ERASMUS grant: everyone can benefit from it as long as they are mobile within a partner university.

    The AMI grant: only for students with CROUS grants (regardless of the level).

    The PMS: all students are eligible. A commission will decide who will receive it. The criteria are as follows: double degree (2+2 Kent), universities that are part of CIVIS, academic record.
    For more detailed information, please download the brochure " BOURSE - EUROPE ".

  • Outside Europe

    The AMI scholarship: only for students with CROUS scholarships (regardless of the level).

    The PMS: all students are eligible. A committee will decide who to award it to. The criteria are as follows: double degree (2+2 Kent), universities that are part of CIVIS, academic record.

    The PACA Region grant: cannot be combined with other grants. Only for students with a Family Quotient of less than 24 000€ (total gross income / number of shares)
    For detailed information, please download the brochure " BOURSE - HORS EUROPE ".

  • What are the steps to take?

    Aurélie BOLLORÉ will contact you directly to give you the detailed procedure.

    Since September 2020, the procedure is entirely dematerialized and goes through Moveon.

Contact

Contact à ajouter
Nom
Nom
BOLLORÉ
Prénom
Aurélie
Fonction
Fonction
Manager Outgoing Students - 2nd Floor - Room 216

Several documents to download
(updated and modified regularly)

Formation
Master 1
Promotion
2020/2021
Isabelle CATTEAU - BRNO
I'm in Erasmus at the University of Brno (Czech Republic) for one year. The city is very nice with beautiful buildings and many parks and museums. It's also easy to visit other cities around like Vienna, Prague or Bratislava. I have a total of 7 lessons of 1h40 per week. Unfortunately, due to the current health situation, I don't have face-to-face classes but online via Microsoft Teams. Most of my classes are based on a discussion between the students and the teacher, so we have to read texts to prepare the session. In some classes […] Read more
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Vue de Brno
Formation
Master 1
Promotion
2020/2021
Isabelle CATTEAU - BRNO
I'm in Erasmus at the University of Brno (Czech Republic) for one year. The city is very nice with beautiful buildings and many parks and museums. It's also easy to visit other cities around like Vienna, Prague or Bratislava. I have a total of 7 lessons of 1h40 per week. Unfortunately, due to the current health situation, I don't have face-to-face classes but online via Microsoft Teams. Most of my classes are based on a discussion between the students and the teacher, so we have to read texts to prepare the session. In some classes I also have essays to hand in or exercises to do. All the teachers use power points to make their lessons, which can be easily found. Also, the teachers are very available to answer any questions during the course or by email. We are very well supervised. The workload depends on the subjects and the weeks but overall, it's pretty good. The exams are online this year, there are several types of exams (essays to be handed in, MCQs, dissertation to be done in 2 hours and oral). Continuous assessment is not taken into account in all subjects and when it is taken into account, the final exam is still a big percentage of the grade. Concerning the budget, the daily life is less expensive than in France. For food, I spend between 20 and 25 euros per week. Restaurants and bars are very affordable. You can eat well for less than 10 euros a meal.