- During their Master’s degree ECMA students may spend time abroad in British, American, and Commonwealth universities as exchange students, language assistants or part-time lecturers.
- The programme includes an organization scheme for incoming and/or outgoing international mobility. During their Master’s degree, students enrolled in a Research Master’s programme may spend some time abroad in Europe (Erasmus exchange programme: United Kingdom, Ireland, etc.) and outside Europe (United States, Australia, Canada, South Africa, India, etc.) with the validation of certain equivalent course units. The duration of the stays varies from six months to one year.
- The curriculum has developed several international partnerships.
- The Commonwealth programme (Oceania-Africa-Asia) (head: Mr Matthew Graves). Five Australian partners: the University of Sydney (USYD), the University of New South Wales (UNSW), the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Macquarie University, the Australian National University, Canberra.
- A one-month cultural management internship in the field of public history at the Museum of Australian Democracy is also available to ECMA Master’s students.
- A France-Quebec agreement signed by the CREPUQ and the France-Canada exchange with the University of Western Ontario (head: Ms Isabelle Vagnoux).
- The first or second year of the Master’s degree spent in Quebec is validated within the framework of the ECMA Master’s programme.
- Student exchange programmes with the United States are supervised by Ms Cécile Cottenet. Places are available at Indiana University (Bloomington) and the University of Wisconsin for a duration of one semester or one year.
- Teaching assistant positions are available in American universities: the University of Wisconsin and Indiana University (Bloomington). Wellesley College (Massachusetts) [a women’s university] welcomes two Master’s students as assistant activity leaders each year.