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What Does A Learning Agreement Look Like

Usually, several parties (student, sending coordinator, reception coordinator) have access to the same agreement. As soon as all parties have waived access to the agreement (by pressing the “Delete” button), the agreement will be deleted. We never modify the agreements stored on this service, nor do we share them with parties other than those that users have expressly named. It is the responsibility of the user to ensure that the other parties with whom the agreement is shared are legitimate. If you have any doubts, please check the e-mails of the contracting parties. In particular, we recommend that students compare the emails of the sending and receiving coordinators with the known contact details of the international departments of the respective universities. The aim of Tools is to help university International Relations Coordinators (IRCs) and students save a lot of time in creating and sharing Erasmus+ learning agreements, thus making the whole student exchange process more efficient. We are also pleased to invite other organizations, associations and authorities to participate in further work on There are several ways to integrate into your university`s processes: For optimal student confidentiality, we recommend that the student initiate the agreement process and inform the sending and receiving coordinators, taking care to share the agreement only with the coordinators by entering only the officially published email addresses of the International Bureau of the universities concerned in the agreement. Inserts. We use a reliable timestamp system that ensures that once a signature is added to an agreement, the content of the agreement can no longer be tampered with. Even ourselves cannot change the content of signed documents without you going to the inso.

The free tool is a contribution from DreamApply to the student exchange community. Any use of the European emblem by us is in accordance with the “Administrative Agreement with the Council of Europe on the use of the European emblem by third parties” (2012/C 271/04). The European emblem is used exclusively for the purpose of referring to the ERASMUS+ programme. Please note that we do not benefit from it and that there is no link between us and any of the institutions, bodies, offices, agencies and bodies of the European Union or the Council of Europe. .

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