Uni Bayreuth Erasmus Learning Agreement

The apprenticeship agreement should include all the learning gains that the student must obtain during the exchange. An EIMAS circle usually begins on September 1 and ends two years later on August 31. For the duration of the study, students are enrolled in each of the three unionized universities (University of Porto, Bayreuth University and Bordeaux Montaigne University). The fourth semester is held in one of the consortium`s higher education institutions selected by the students. This will be indicated in the Individual Student and Learning Agreement (ISLA) by the beginning of December of the third semester. With regard to student mobility for internships, the apprenticeship agreement should define how the internship is recognised, depending on whether it is counted in the student`s diploma, on a voluntary basis (not compulsory for the diploma) or by a recent graduate. See the guidelines below. Participation in the Bayreuth International Summer School in the second semester and at the EIMAS Winter School (s) is mandatory. Students who begin their STUDIEs from MA to WS 2020 must participate in the winter school during the third semester, students from WS 2021 or later in winter schools during the 1st and 3rd semesters.

Each student should be actively involved in the organization of the EIMAS Winter School during the 3rd semester. For more information about your time abroad, visit the International Office`s Going Abroad. Leave and interruption of studies and early drop out of school in the fourth semester prior to obtaining all required credits are not provided and are only possible for solid reasons. They must be decided on a case-by-case basis. The EIMAS consortium works closely with the international offices and equality and diversity leaders of each university in the consortium. EIMASCC is the most important point of contact for all EIMAS members and can involve them in institutions and those responsible in all areas such as the start of the fourth semester. This can be either a field research or another well-prepared and structured internship lasting at least twelve weeks. Each student chooses a tutor for their field work or internship and final thesis.

The tutor must confirm his support by signing the ISLA, which contains the title of work in the field and, by chance, the master`s thesis. The fieldwork must correspond to the ISLA. The request for travel for field work must be submitted to the coordinator of the EIMAS consortium (EIMASCC) at least eight weeks before the scheduled departure date, which submits it to the Executive Committee (EC). (For more information, see 6 c) Travel expenses.) EMJTM Fellows receive financial assistance in accordance with Erasmus guidelines. They must not pay a participation or administration fee for mandatory activities under the EIMAS curriculum. Each EMJTM scholarship receives up to €1,000.00 for travel expenses (short-distance public passenger transport, economy class) to complete the mandatory field work or internship during the fourth semester. To this end, a travel request must be e-mailed to EIMASCC at least eight weeks prior to the scheduled departure date. For the mobility of students for studies, the apprenticeship agreement should define the group of educational components that will be replaced at the end of their studies abroad. See the guidelines below. Travel expenses, differentiated according to the place of origin of the EMJTM fellows, are paid in accordance with Erasmus guidelines. Please don`t wait until the last second before you take care of the learning agreement.

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