Mobility aids


The International Relations Department and the International Relations Services are here to inform you and help you prepare your stay.

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Applications for international mobility grants are made online via the MoveOn platform. Please contact your international mobility manager who will provide you with the necessary information: please find the list of mobility contacts here.

Allocation from the European Union's Erasmus+ programme


Mobility is financed from a minimum of 3 months of study at the partner university up to a maximum of 12 months per cycle of study (Licence, Master, Doctorate).

Internship mode

The internship mobility is financed from a minimum of 2 months to a maximum of 12 months per cycle of study (Bachelor, Master, Doctorate).

Internships of less than 6 months are preferred.

Students who are not eligible for either the MENESR (AMI) or the Southern Region (PRAME) scholarship are given priority.

Allocation by country grouping

Groups of people

Scholarships and scholarships

Internship scholarships

Group 1 (high cost of living): Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Lichtenstein, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom.

270 €

420 €

Group 2 (average cost of living): Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey.

170 €

320 €

Group 3 (low cost of living): Bulgaria, Estonia, Former Czech Republic

Macedonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Yugoslavia.


170 €


320 €

The Erasmus + scholarship cannot be combined with a Southern Region scholarship (PRAME).

MENESR International Mobility Assistance Grant (AMI)

The mobility scholarship scheme of the Ministry of National Education and Higher Education (MENESR) offers the possibility for scholarship students on social criteria to benefit from financial assistance to follow higher education training abroad as part of an exchange programme or to carry out an international internship.

The AMI Fellowship cannot be combined with a Southern Region Fellowship (PRAME).

South Region PRAME Scholarship

The South Region supports the most deserving students in the Region during a period of study at an internationally renowned higher education institution.

The PRAME scholarship cannot be combined with an ERASMUS+ grant or with an AMI scholarship.

Useful links

Website of the AUF and its various offices (mobility allocations and calls for tenders)

Also remember to check with your home cities, departments and regions, which often offer scholarships and/or internships abroad:

  • City of Aix-en-Provence / Marseille
  • Vaucluse General Council
  • Var County Council
  • South region
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