Learning Agreement Part 2 Uni Hamburg

Before staying abroad, an apprenticeship agreement is drawn up as part of the application to the Erasmus partner university. It regulates the recognition of your studies before your stay abroad. The Learning Agreement defines both the study programme for stays abroad (course titles and content; generally, this includes the number of ECTS points) and the educational components of tuHH, which are replaced by your studies abroad and which no longer have to be completed at the TUHH. The learning agreement is signed by the student and the higher education institutions concerned. At the TUHH, it is signed first by the coordinator of studies, then by the International Assistant Dean at the School of Studies. Candidates selected by the TUHH will find further information and forms on the mobility portal. The learning agreement should include all the learning outcomes that the student needs to acquire during the exchange. Internships carried out immediately after an Erasmus student exchange at an Erasmus partner university with the support of the partner university may be taken into account as part of the Erasmus Student Exchange (SMS) stay. For internships in Erasmus countries, provided independently of an Erasmus stay, students can apply for internship support (SMT ex-SMP) via Erasmus Student Mobility. Identify the courses you will take in the Course Directory (PORTA) without registration: porta-system.uni-trier.de/qisserver/pages/cs/sys/portal/hisinoneStartPage.faces?chco=y Please note that courses for the winter semester will only be presented at the beginning of July. If you need to complete your learning agreement before this date, please refer to the courses of the previous winter semester for reference. The course offer will be quite similar. Participation in the programme is subject to sufficient language skills in the language of instruction of the desired host school(s).

Please note that the learning agreement is signed by the specialist coordinators of the University of Trier and not by the International Office. Please send us your learning agreement signed by you and your home university well in advance of the expiry of the deadline to retrieve it (if there is such a delay in your home university). Please do not send your learning agreements directly to the department coordinators. When drawing up the learning agreement, one should not expect a 1:1 equivalence of individual lessons. Instead, a set of courses of about thirty ECTS points per semester must correspond to the courses you would have taken at LA TUHH. The appropriations made should be fully recognised. Derogations must be justified by the coordinator of the sector. Under this program, your host school does not charge you tuition fees and your studies abroad are recognized by TUHH. Students who participate in an Erasmus exchange programme have a specific interlocutor, both in their home country and in their host university. As a rule, there is both an institutional coordinator (at the TUHH is Dr. Elvira Wilberg) and a specialized coordinator. At tuhh, the specialized coordinators are the international assistant deans within the curricula.

Erasmus student exchanges are only possible in higher education institutions with which the TUHH has an Erasmus agreement. A list of partner higher education institutions can be found on the Erasmus cooperation page. With regard to the development of the training contract, one should not expect a 1:1 equivalence of certain courses. Instead, a full study offering with a total of around 30 ECTS points per semester should match the courses you would have taken at TUHH. . .

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