International mobility

International mobility, a priority for Enssib

Enssib encourages the its students to travel. Study semesters and internships allow our students to complete their knowledge with an open view of other practices and to grow their professional network.

Financial support
Enssib supports mobility by seeking grants and funding to facilitate access for all to this international opportunity.
It benefits from Erasmus, Explora and CROUS joint-funding to offer mobility grants. People with disabilities can benefit from a specific “Erasmus +” grant, in addition to their mobility grant.
A network of partner institutions
The mobility of Enssib students is based on its partnerships in Europe and outside Europe, particularly in French-speaking countries.
In order to offer new opportunities to its students, Enssib is always interested in forging new partnerships. Concretely, this can take two forms: semesters abroad in universities and internships abroad in institutions.

Semesters abroad in universities

Master's students have the opportunity to spend a semester in an approved foreign university. The ensuing benefits in terms of specialisation, language learning and discovery of other teaching methods are significant, and international mobility is an additional positive element in a professional career.
Semester plans should be discussed with the International Relations Unit, the Supervisor of the Master's diploma and the Director of Studies.


Internships abroad in institutions

Enssib encourages its students to discover various professional environments. Undertaking an internship abroad provides a rich experience, which involves learning a new language as well as adapting to different working and organisational methods which can only be an asset for future professional life.
Enssib has about thirty partner libraries in Europe, Asia, Africa and America which welcome civil servant students and master’s students. Students can also expect to find internships in international private or public companies.
All internships require a programme and an internship agreement, which must be approved and signed by the teaching staff before the internship begins.