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Bilateral agreements

In addition to the Erasmus agreements that UVSQ has with numerous European universities, UVSQ has also set up exchange programs independent of Erasmus with countries around the world. You can explore all the offerings on the map.


The CREPUQ program is intended for students interested in studying in Quebec, Canada. To find out more about this opportunity, please visit the official website.

Before beginning your application, please make sure you read all available information carefully and know which universities you wish to apply to.

If you are a Canadian student interested in attending UVSQ through CREPUQ, please contact your university’s International Relations Office.


The MICEFA program offers American and French students the opportunity to spend one or two semesters at a university in France or the United States. To learn more about the program and the partner universities, please visit the website.


The Academic mobility for inclusive development in Latin America program is an Erasmus Mundus Action 2 mobility scheme. Aimed at students, scholars and academic staff from Central and Latin American and European universities, AMIDILA’s goal is to promote inclusive development.

As one of nine European partner universities, UVSQ offers its students the chance to apply through the AMIDILA program for a merit-based grant to study at one of 11 South American universities.

UVSQ welcomes Latin-American university staff for training and students in the following subject areas at the bachelor’s, master’s, and PhD level, with the advantage of offering courses in both French and English:
- Law
- Management
- Engineering
- Social Sciences
- Natural Sciences
- Geology

Last update of this page : February 3, 2016

Key Facts

150 bilateral agreements
120 partner universities (Lifelong Learning Program)
80 cooperation agreements with universities throughout the world
Dual degree and joint degree programs, offshore programs, collaborative research projects