Students enrolled at the University of Bordeaux may benefit from different types of financial support for their international mobility experience.

Students who embark on a mobility period (study or internship) as part of their academic program may apply for financial support.

Students enrolled at the University of Bordeaux must apply for financial support via the "Aquimob" platform, developed by the Aquitaine Regional Council. This platform covers four kinds of grants (Erasmus+, Aquitaine Cap Mobility, International Mobility Government Support and grants from IdEx Bordeaux).

An internal Allocation Committee decides on the awarding of grants according to the allocation criteria for each scheme (student’s social status and merit, specific mobility programs and duration).

Please note:

  • Students must apply for financial support before the start of their mobility period.
  • Only one grant can be awarded for any given mobility period (with the exception of the IdEx Bordeaux grant which operates via a different system and can be awarded in addition to the other three grants).
  • It is strictly impossible to combine the Erasmus+, Aquitaine Cap Mobility and International Mobility Government Support grants.
  • A financial support application does not guarantee the allocation of financial support.

> The allocation of a grant is dependent on the allocation criteria for each particular grant.

Aquimob platform - funding options

Geographical grants

The Aquitaine departements of Dordogne, Landes and Pyrénées Atlantiques, etc. offer additional financial support for mobility. Find out more from the International Mobility service after having consulted the individual departements' websites.

Updated on 26/07/2019


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Other funding opportunities

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