Learning Agreement Details

It is the responsibility of the user to ensure that the other contracting parties with whom the agreement is shared are legitimate. If you have any doubts, please check the parties` emails. In particular, we recommend that students compare the emails of the sending and receiving coordinators with the well-known contact details of the international departments of higher education institutions. We are open to a discussion about your specific integration needs. Contact us for more details! The aim of the project is to enable students to prepare their learning agreements in an online system allowing them to get in touch with the coordinators of the host and sending higher education institutions in order to finalise, approve and sign the document online. This process therefore transfers a paper-based workflow, which depends on the timely delivery of mail for signature purposes, to an online system that allows students to save a lot of time in preparing for their studies abroad and achieve a higher degree of flexibility and efficiency in revising the learning agreement. The online software will also enable higher education institutions to integrate learning agreement management procedures to make the approval and management process more efficient, giving staff time to work on other international relationships or improve the quality of credit mobility. The learning agreement should include all the learning outcomes that the student needs to acquire during the exchange. During its development, when the features of the tool became evident, DreamApply decided to expand the scope of the new tool by being available as a stand-alone tool that can be used for free for each university for the benefit of the entire Erasmus community. The tool has been made available free of charge, allowing all partner coordinators to share their agreements collaboratively. In addition, the tool also has an API allowing each university to easily integrate it into its study information system and automate its work with regard to learning agreements. We never modify the agreements that are stored on this service, nor do we share them with other parties, except those that users have expressly designated.

Any use of the European emblem by us will be 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 to refer to the ERASMUS+ programme. Please note that we do not take advantage of this and that there is no link between us and any of the institutions, bodies, agencies and institutions of the European Union or the Council of Europe. As part of the organisation of credit mobility, students and members of higher education must conclude trilateral learning agreements which are the basis for the recognition of academic qualifications acquired abroad. As the Erasmus Student Network`s PRIME survey in 2010-2011 revealed, apprenticeship agreements are both a cornerstone and a major obstacle to the proper organisation of credit mobility. . . .