Ul Learning Agreement

It must be completed before the Erasmus course and signed by the UL Academic Coordinator. This is usually required by the host university as part of the application process. At this point, module options are temporary and can still be changed when you start investing. Note: For the degree of knowledge of the language, the common European framework of reference (A1-beginners); C2-near native) IMPORTANT: Modules/classes must be included in the apprenticeship agreement to be approved by the academic coordinator. Empty learning agreements (i.e. no selected module) are not signed. As soon as you have been appointed by your coordinator for an ERASMUS stay, the International Office will send you detailed information on how to proceed (by email). Among other things, you must submit some documents to obtain your ERASMUS scholarship. One of these documents is the apprenticeship agreement.

It is recommended to activate the LA in time for the signature, so that at least a week. All LAs must be submitted stephanie.anderson@uni.lu unless otherwise stated on Moodle (z.B. absence). A. – No. You can choose all the courses that you find interesting or valuable, provided that the majority of them are at the faculty that has an agreement with your university. Once you arrive at your host university, make sure you receive a copy of your apprenticeship contract, which is also signed by your host university. If your first choice of course is not available or you need to change the selection for one reason or another, submit a change as soon as possible – without the consent of your course manager, you may have your credits validated upon your return to UNI.lu NO. Send us a copy of the document by email (stephanie.anderson@uni.lu). To validate the results you received at the end of your mobility at the host university, we need a final learning agreement signed by the three parties (Student, Host Uni, Home Uni). Some host universities have modules in which each course is optional. If you have something like “open” or “….

Decalé GMO” or “EU Libre” on your apprenticeship contract, don`t forget to send a detailed list of courses that this module is in place or to register as soon as you arrive at the host university! Foreign universities that are not established in Europe do not apply the ECTS system, so you must list local credits in the apprenticeship agreement.

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