International exchanges and study trips

INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS

SOUTH KOREA
Since 2016, ESADHaR has been a partner of PaTI (Paju Typography Institute, Seoul, South Korea). This agreement between our two institutions enables two students of the 4th year Graphic Design Department to spend six months in South Korea during the spring semester.
Level B2 in English required.
The Academic advisor and teachers are in charge of selecting the students (motivation, portfolio, project, etc.).
http://www.pati.kr/ (link is external)

BRAZIL
Since 2012, ESADHaR has been a partner of the Universidade Federal de Goiás, in Brazil. This agreement between our two institutions enables two students of the 2nd or 4th year Art Department to study in Brazil for one year.
Minimal linguistic basis in Portuguese required.
The Academic advisor and teachers are in charge of selecting the students (motivation, portfolio, project, etc.).
https://www.ufg.br/
(link is external)
informations_generales_sur_luniversidade_federal_de_goias.pdf
formulaire_de_candidature_application_form.pdf

 

ERASMUS PROGRAMME

ESADHaR contributes to the exchange programmes of the European Community, ERASMUS. ESADHaR holds the ERASMUS Charter for higher education 2014-2020, its identifier is ROUEN33. This Charter guarantees our enrolment in European universities (The European Credit Transfer System), lays down the principles of mobility, such as the exemption from enrolment fees and tracking forms for students abroad. The ERASMUS programme provides access to C.E.E. scholarships. They may be supplemented by grants from the FGYO (Franco-German Youth Office) and the Haute-Normandie Region («Regions without frontiers»).  For several years, ESADHaR has established partnership relations with other schools or universities of higher arts education. Our agreement is particularly active with:

THE STUDY TRIPS

Throughout the year, trips are organised by ESADHaR. In France or abroad. These trips can be of one day or several days. Their destinations are exhibition venues (museums, art centres, galleries, art biennials…) or sites with special qualities (park, castle, archaeological site…) that have been chosen as part of an educational project or to open students to artistic news.