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MOBILITY – Student aid schemes for the next semester (…)


This project is co-financed by the European Union and the Réunion Region.

Europe is committed to Reunion as part of the European Union’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Europe is committed to Reunion with the European Social Fund Plus (ESF+)


Mobility is at the heart of development and strategies for raising qualifications and professional integration.

The Regional Authority has chosen to proactively strengthen and complete its policy, fight against inequalities and promote the success of as many people as possible. As part of its mobility policy, the community provides students with a range of aid and allowances to support training courses, which aim in particular to:

– diversify study courses abroad and encourage Reunionese students to come closer to employment areas;

– support the installation of students;

– facilitate their procedures throughout their journey;

– promote their success

– intensify professional practices with a view to subsequent professional integration.


DOCUMENTS TO DOWNLOAD :

ALLOCATION OF SECTORS COVERING “AFPR” REGIONAL PRIORITIES

ALLOWANCE FOR FIRST INSTALLATION AND REGIONAL EQUIPMENT “APER”

MOBILITY AID VATEL MAURITIUS

ALLOWANCE FOR SUCCESS IN HIGHER EDUCATION “ARES” IN MOBILITY

REGIONAL ASSISTANCE FOR THE REPAYMENT OF AN “ARRPE” STUDENT LOAN

ALLOCATION OF PRACTICAL COURSES IN MOBILITY “ASPM”

HELP WITH “ATCM” MULTILINGUAL CERTIFICATION TESTS

REGIONAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR SECONDARY STUDIES IN MOBILITY – BRESM

AID FOR MOBILITY TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES and EUROPE (AMPE)


A RENOVATED AND BETTER ADAPTED SUPPORT SYSTEM

An overhaul of the aid and support systems for Mobility students has been initiated by the new regional mandate from the 2022/2023 university session in order to respond to two main issues:

1/Clarify and rationalize existing aid schemes in order to best support students and young people in terms of training and professional integration

2/Readjust and refocus regional intervention according to the areas of competence as defined by the provisions of the NOTRE Law conferring on the Regional Authority the role of “leader” on planning, territorial development, protection of biodiversity, climate, quality air, energy, transport, training (…) in order to gain coherence and efficiency.

Thus, the Region has modified and reassessed the support systems for Reunionese students on mobility according to the following criteria:

– by simplifying and reorganizing the architecture of income ceilings and scales to better take into account social criteria and the particular situation of mobile students

- by evaluating the “remaining charge” of the different categories of students in order to rebalance

assistive devices;

- by analyzing the terms of a more harmonized management of scholarships between the different

partners in order to limit disparities in treatment between students;

- by opening up access to regional aid, for the first time, to students undertaking qualifying training courses under the RNCP, which facilitate access to employment.

All of these measures should promote the completion of mobility routes in secure conditions and taking into account the real purchasing power of Reunionese families and in particular those with several children in school or even in a situation of mobility, so that the difficulties Financial resources are not an obstacle to their success.

In the end, the overhaul of scholarship schemes for mobility students resulted in the merger of 7 existing schemes into only 2 new ones and the creation for the first time of a scheme in favor of sectors falling within regional priorities (RNCP in particular) to know :

CREATION OF A NEW MECHANISM PROMOTING INTEGRATION INTO THE JOB MARKET

The Allocation to Sectors relating to Regional priorities (RNCP; Health, etc.)

Given the evolution of demand and in order to meet the needs of raising the levels of qualification of young people from Reunion, but also the requirements of employers in terms of skills, aptitudes and professional experience, for the first time, the Region will implement a support system in favor of sectors falling within regional priorities and in particular RNCP (National Register of Professional Certifications) titles.

Unlike higher education diplomas, which certify a level and course of university studies, RNCP titles are attached to a function and guarantee obtaining a recognized level in the professional field. .

It is adapted to the job market and is recognized throughout the national territory as well as in Europe. Their certification by the CNCP (National Commission for Professional Certifications) is based on the quality of the lessons provided and their adequacy with the reality of the professions.

These titles make it possible to develop the skills sought by employers and thus ensure rapid and lasting integration into the job market.


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