IMT Mines Albi laureate of 3 ERAMUS+ projects for international mobility

IMT Mines Albi is proud to announce having been awarded three grants for encouraging international mobility.

23 July 2020

IMT Mines Albi reinforces its mobility partnerships to and from Asia

Both incoming and outcoming mobilities considered in these projects will concern masters students, PhD students, teachers and administrative staff.


International mobilities to Malaysia


IMT Mines Albi has just got a grant for an Erasmus project related to international mobility with the UTP in Malaysia. Considered as one of the six best universities of Malaysia, the Universiti Teknologi of Petronas, in Malaysia, is mainly focused on engineering and technology programs similar to that developped at IMT Mines Albi, which motivated the collaboration.

International mobilities to Indonesia

The MIC Erasmus+ project (KA107), of the French-Indonesian Consortium for Engineering & Management (FICEM) gathers 19 universities together, composed of 9 IMT schools and 10 Indonesian universities: BINUS University (BU), Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology (ITS), Université Gadjah Mada (UGM), Univeristé Hasanuddin, University of Indonesia (UI), Raja Ali Haji Maritime University (UMRAH), Sriwijaya University (UNSRI), UNTABN, Udayana University Rectorate (UNUD).

The grant of 376,140 € will finance students, teachers and staff mobilities for 3 years.

International mobilities to Vietnam

The European ERASMUS+ KA107 project with Vietnam, within the framework of a French-Vietnamese consortium, gathers 14 universities together, composed of 8 IMT schools and 6 Vietnamese universities. Among them, National University of Civil Engineering (NUCE), Institut polytechnique de Hanoï (HUST), Université polytechnique d'Hô-Chi-Minh-Ville (HCMUT), John Von Neumann Institute (JVN), CFVG, Hanoi University of Mining and Geology (HUMG).

The grant of 422,680 € will fund students, teachers and staff mobilities for 3 years.