Learning Agreement Rwth Aachen

Information Meeting Recognition of pre-study credits and ERASMUS/SEMP schemes Agreements concluded under Erasmus contracts with partner universities and in the Learning Agreement on certain language levels should therefore not be supported or confused with an online test. These language skills are guaranteed in the selection of participants by faculties or specialized sections through other documents. Guidance List for the Recognition of External Examination Results (May 2020) Mandatory language tests after the selection of an Erasmus place are designed to promote equal opportunities and inclusion, which will facilitate access to the programme for students with disabilities and students who take their child or children to a programme country for an Erasmus study stay. For more information, visit this DAAD web page. We will be happy to inform you more about the possibilities of special erasmus funding. For this, please contact Adriane Sehlinger. Information Meeting Conditions, formalities and deadlines during a visit abroad Tsinghua Fact Sheet 2018-19 Tsinghua Graduate Students Academic Guide 2018 The language test is used as a test to classify documentation of their current language level, after selecting Erasmus participants. It takes place both before the stay abroad and at the end of each stay abroad, in order to obtain comparable results and to record, if necessary, the progress made by subsidized participants in language learning. . The financial support for Erasmus study stays is based on differences in the cost of living in the destination countries, the so-called programmer countries. The Erasmus scholarship includes obligations that students are informed of by the International Office after being selected by the faculties or sections for an Erasmus study place. A short list of these obligations can be found in the download area.

The Erasmus Student Charter provides information on the rights and obligations of Erasmus participants. Information meeting Opportunities to stay abroad in studies Starting in the academic year 2018/2019, the following distribution of country groups applies throughout Europe.