It is possible to participate in an internship programm abroad or to take a selection of subjects or a complete optional subject (maximum of 30 credits) in a foreign university which offers an equivalent Master, conditional on the agreement of the academic coordinator and a formal agreement with the relevant university. similarly, foreign students may join the Master’s programme, particularly for the options. Exchange programmes such as Erasmus and Erasmus Mundi are available with other European universities such as the Universities of Paris 1 and Paris 10, the University of Geneva, the Graduate Institute of International and Development studies (IUED) in Geneva or the Institute of Socio-Economic Development Studies (IEDES -Paris 1). They also involve Latin American universities (such as the Catholic University of Peru or University of Paraïba in Brazil), the University of Montreal and universities from the Arab world (such as Cairo University or Saint Joseph University in Beirut). Exchange programs overseas normally take place in the first or second semester of the second year.
Finally, the optional subject Gender is an part of the European Master in Gender and Development organized in partnership with the University of Geneva, the University of Paris 7, the Institute of Social Studies (ISS) at the Hague and the Royal Tropical Institute in Amsterdam.
Some courses may be given in English or in Spanish.