Learning Agreement

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All students travelling on exchange through Erasmus+ must complete a Learning Agreement. This is a contract between the student, NMBU and the host institution.

Learning agreement

The Learning Agreement contains a description of which courses you should take on exchange, and gives you confidence that courses you pass on can be approved as part of your degree.

  • The signature of your study advisor at NMBU confirms that the courses you plan to take on the exchange can be included in your study program.
  • The signature from the host university confirms that the courses you have chosen are in line with their subject offerings.

You have to fill in the contact information, the planned exchange period, courses at the host university, the language level in the teaching language and which courses that must be approved by NMBU. By contacting your study advisor and the host university, you will be assisted in completing the rest of the document. Before leaving, only the part called Before the mobility must be filled out. When the Learning Agreement is completed and signed by all three parties, a copy must be sent to the Erasmus coordinator at NMBU.

If you make changes to the courses during the exchange, you must also update the Learning Agreement.

Published 26. April 2019 - 11:36 - Updated 3. May 2019 - 14:53