OLA - Online Learning Agreement

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All students coming on exchange through Erasmus+ must complete a Learning Agreement. This is a contract that must be signed by the student, the home university and NMBU. From spring 2021 Online Learning Agreement (OLA) will be mandatory for all incoming Erasmus+ exchange students, and all the signatures will be digital. 

Online Learning Agreement (OLA)

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

  • Please create your OLA account on this site (the browser must be Chrome or Firefox):  Create Online Learning Agreement
  • The institutional code for NMBU is N AS03

  • Please filled following information: in before you sign the OLA digitally (by pointer/mouse). 
    1. Planned mobility period, Courses at NMBU
    2. Courses that you are going to replace at your home university (or mobility window)
    3. Language level : Courses in English require English level B2 (CEFR). Your English level must be B2 or higher (C1, C2). Your English proficiency is documented by the signature of your Erasmus+ coordinator on the Learning Agreement
    4. Name and email address of coordinator/responsible person at your home university
  • Sign the OLA digitally (by pointer/mouse) 

 Only the part called "Before mobility" should be filled in.  

  • International office at your home university will automatically receive a notification by email to sign your OLA once you have signed it.
  • Once they have signed it, OLA will be sent to NMBU. When it is signed by all three parts (signed by both coordinators and you), your OLA is complete.  

You will be notified by email and/or the Erasmus+ App when one part has signed. You can also log in to Online Learning Agreement or the Erasmus+ App to check status during the process. 

If you make changes to your courses during the mobility period, you will have to update the OLA by using the part called "During Mobility".

If you need more help or advice regarding the OLA, please contact international office at your home university or international@nmbu.no


Published 21. August 2020 - 9:25 - Updated 26. August 2020 - 15:37