MBway: a beneficiary of the ERASMUS Charter

Thanks to our partnership with 50 overseas universities, teachers wishing to take part in the Erasmus teacher mobility programme can give lessons in a partner school. Sharing skills with a counterpart in a partner institution is also possible for members of the administration staff wishing to take part in the Erasmus training mobility programme.

Supplement to the diploma and ECTS

The Supplement to the Europass diploma is awarded in addition to the original MBway diploma. It provides a description of the knowledge and skills needed (type, level, content, etc.) to obtain the higher education diploma. The Supplement to the European Diploma is an individual document (including the options and completed internships) that is recognised throughout Europe, and gives a clear presentation of the content and value of the diploma to an employer, a school or university in another country.

The Supplement to the diploma has been developed jointly with the European Commission, UNESCO and the Council of Europe. It is written in a language that is widely spoken in the European Union and is given to all graduates automatically and free of charge.

The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System is centred on the student, based on the workload the student undertakes to reach the aims of the programme, as defined in terms of the knowledge and skills to be obtained. The credit system is a method used to attribute credits to all parts of a study programme. The definition of credits in higher education is based on the following parameters: student workload, number of lesson hours and course objectives.


ERASMUS, the education and lifelong-learning programme is financed by the European Union, and promotes mobility and exchanges for students and lecturer-researchers.