In order to take part to the erasmus program and study at erg, you need to meet the following requirements :
A/ To be a student registered in a higher education program leading to a recognized diploma (including doctorate) in one of the participating countries.
B/ To be a citizen of those countries (or hold a continuous (“A”) or permanent (“P”) passport) C/ To have successfully completed at least the two first years in your institution.
If you wish to spend a semester at erg as an international / Erasmus student, please contact your school’s Erasmus coordinator to ensure there is an agreement between erg and your institution.
Please send with this form
2 photo-copies of your passport/ID card
a copy of a valid insurance form while you’re studying at erg
a digital portfolio
a proof of French proficiency
All documents must be signed and approved by your school and send by email exclusively.
Deadline for admission
15 April for 1st semester ( September - January ) or full academic year (no incoming students in 2nd semester only)
Institution Name & adress
erg – école de recherche graphique
école supérieure des arts
Erasmus code : B BRUXEL 91
EUC : 227696-LA-1-2014-1BE-E4AKA1-ECHE-1
Pic : 948271322
Sammy Del Gallo
+ 32 2 538 98 29
15.04 for Autumn semester (Sept-Feb) or Full academic year.
No incoming mobilities are allowed for the Spring semester
Semester 1 : September 14th – January 31th
Semester 2 : February 1st – June 30th
Basic knowledge of French language is strongly recommended as lectures are usually held in French. At least, we expect a profund knowledge of English from the students. It is strongly recommended to attend a French course before and during the exchange in Brussels.
Language of instruction : French
A Excellent (19-20/20)
B Very Good (17-18/20)
C Good between (15-16/20)
D Satisfactory (12-14/20)
E Sufficient (10-11/20)
F Fail (under 10/20)
Art Clusters & Multidisciplinary Workshop
Art, Narration, Media
The clusters – “pôles” – are meeting points and places of convergence between several orient- ations. Their role is to confront and blend know- ledge and practices. Each cluster possesses its specific, multidisciplinary workshop.
Students choose one orientation among the 13 proposed, each of which is linked to a cluster. To allow students to choose with the full know- ledge of the facts, all workshops are open during the first week of the academic year, and teachers are invited to describe the content and objectives of their courses.
Masters in 120 credits
Art Practice – Critical Tools
Narrations and Experimentation
Graphic Politics and Experimentation
Videography, Typography, Sculpture, Photography, Painting, Installation / Performance, Illustration, Drawing, Graphic Design, Visual
& Graphic Communication, Animation Cinema, Comics, Digital Arts