Erasmus+ documents and forms
ERASMUS+ documents and forms
After being nominated to the host university by the Central Office for International Affairs (RIA) or your department, you still have to apply/register to study there. In addition to various application forms, you often have to submit a Learning Agreement stating the subjects to be studied abroad and their equivalent at FAU. You also have to submit various documents and forms to RIA in order to receive the Erasmus funding. Information on the individual documents and deadlines can be found in the Erasmus guidelines. Your rights and obligations as an Erasmus student are set forth in the “Erasmus+ Student Charter”. The section called Going abroad – Downloads and forms contains various documents relevant for Erasmus listed according to program year.
Online Linguistic Support (OLS)
As part of the Erasmus+ program, participating students can learn a new language and improve their language skills in the language they will use to study or complete their internship by using the Online Linguistic Support (OLS) offered by the EU Academy platform. It currently offers 24 languages at various learning levels. Students can also learn several languages at once on the OLS platform. There is no limit to the number of languages and learning units.
The OLS platform is available to participating students for a total of three years. This enables students to improve their language skills before, during and after their stay abroad.
EU Online Survey
After completing their time abroad as an Erasmus+ student, all participants are required to fill out a final report online (EU Online Survey).