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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. Various documents and forms also have to be submitted to the Central Office for International Affairs before you can be granted 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’. Please click on the relevant year in order to download the guidelines, Learning Agreement and other relevant documents and forms.

The European Commission provides an online language test for Erasmus+ students which consists of two parts: part 1 to be completed before the mobility and part 2 to be completed after the mobility. Neither your FAU departmental coordinator nor your host university will receive the result. The aim of the test is to receive results which can be used for comparative purposes to document any progress made in learning the language. At present, the test is available for the following languages: English, French, Italian, Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Greek, Polish, Portuguese, Swedish and Czech. After completing the test you will receive an automatic confirmation of the level achieved, either by e-mail or directly online. This is not an official language certificate and cannot be used as such. It is only meant for your personal records.

After completing your time abroad as an Erasmus+ student, all participants are required to fill out a final report online (EU Online Survey).