Uni Hamburg Learning Agreement Part 3

Before the stay abroad, an apprenticeship agreement is drafted as part of the application to the partner university Erasmus. This regulates the recognition of your academic results as you approach your time abroad. The apprenticeship agreement defines both the curriculum for the stay abroad (course title and content; this generally includes the number of ECTS points) and the educational components at TUHH, which are replaced by your studies abroad and no longer need to be completed at TUHH. The apprenticeship agreement is signed by the student and the participating universities. At THE TUHH, it is signed first by the coordinator of studies, then by the Assistant International Dean at the School of Studies. Candidates selected by TUHH will find more information and forms on the mobility portal. After selection by the TUHH, you must apply to the partner university. The apprenticeship agreement should include all the learning gains that the student must obtain during the exchange. While an official language test is not always required to be included in the Erasmus exchange programme, many universities have made language-level recommendations under the new Erasmus agreements and/or expect TUHH to have verified language skills. The three parties who sign the apprenticeship agreement are committed to respecting all agreed agreements and thereby ensuring that the student will obtain recognition for studies or internships conducted abroad without any other requirements. Erasmus student exchanges are only possible at universities with which TUHH has an Erasmus agreement. A list of partner universities can be find on the Erasmus cooperation page. Until further notice, there will be no ERASMUS Info meetings.

Instead, take part in one of our information sessions abroad. You can find all the details here. The 2021/22 academic year will be the first year of a new GENERATION of the ERASMUS programme. The result will be some changes that are not yet fully known. In particular, all cooperation agreements are expiring and some cannot be renewed. The first year of the program is a transition year that can lead students of the same year to participate under different conditions. When developing the apprenticeship contract, one should not expect a 1:1 equivalence of certain courses. Instead, a complete set of studies with a total of about 30 ECTS points per semester must match the courses you would have taken at TUHH.

Closed credits should be fully recognised. Derogations from this derogation must be justified by the curriculum coordinator. After the student`s return, the exam board will account for all the study credits that have been recognized in the apprenticeship contract. To do this, the “Table D” is completed. It also gives reasons to deviate from the original agreement that occurred, for example. B because a course has not been concluded. The apprenticeship agreement is an agreement between you, your academic department and your host university on the curriculum you follow at the host university. Under this program, you will not be charged any tuition fees by your host university and your university benefits abroad will be recognized by the TUHH. Students participating in an Erasmus exchange program have a specific interlocutor at home and at the host university. In general, there is both an institutional coordinator (at TUHH, Dr.

Elvira Wilberg) and a department coordinator.

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