Another option for student exchanges is short-term mobility, based on bilateral agreements signed by Slovenia with many countries, to support student exchanges for up to ten months. Learning agreements for studies developed for this semester as well as learning agreements for internships are now available through the former OLA platform. Erasmus+: Your home university should first appoint you to the International Relations Office of the University of Ljubljana. Nominations are expected to be sent to a study conducted in late 2019 – early 2020, more than 90% of students said they would recommend the OLA to their colleagues. In addition, 93% of IROs believe that all learning agreements should be put online via an easy-to-use tool. The University of Vienna accepts scans of signed and stamped learning contracts when (1) they are sent by the local coordinator (or by the person who signed the learning contract on page 2) from their university email address to firstname.lastname@example.org and (2) scans of all transcripts relevant to the courses on the apprenticeship contract are included in the email. If you have any problems, please contact the program coordinators as soon as possible! Please note that after missing the deadlines (e.g. B for the apprenticeship contract), unfortunately we can no longer help ourselves for organisational or legal reasons. In 2015, ESN joined the initiative launched by the European University Foundation (EUF), called the Online Learning Agreement, which would develop a tool for students and universities to create and sign an e-learning agreement. In May 2017, OLA was created as a proof of concept for universities to try and support. EUF followed with another project, OLA+, which worked on adding new features to the platform, such as. B apprenticeship agreements for traineeships and the measurement of user satisfaction.
You can apply as an exchange student for one or two semesters at the University of Ljubljana if your home university is a partner university of the University of Ljubljana. In recent years, we have seen how digital learning agreements can drastically reduce the administrative burden and make it easier for students to enjoy a quality mobility experience. In the past, the complexity of red tape has led to learning agreements not always being concluded before departure, as well as problems with ECTS recognition after students return to their home countries. The learning agreement should include all the learning outcomes that the student needs to acquire during the exchange. You will receive an email from the Erasmus office after you have been nominated for an Erasmus+ scholarship. The email contains instructions on how to complete the application procedure at the host home and university. 3. At the end of the online application, you will find the necessary documents to upload in your application: Transcript of Records (your home university), Learning Agreement and language certificate. Your application is complete and will only be processed after following all the steps of the application system and entering all the necessary information.
The greatest possibility to travel to Slovenia for short-term learning mobility is the Erasmus+ programme, the largest European programme in the field of education and training. The program offers international students the opportunity to study in Slovenia for a period of 3 to 12 months, which also benefits from financial support. Student mobility (as well as staff mobility) is possible within and outside the European Union. Information about Erasmus+ is from the point of view of a contract student (from the home university, i.e. from the University of Vienna) and from the point of view of an incoming student (at the host university, i.e. one of the cogSci Vienna partner universities): bilateral agreements addressing cooperation and mobility in the field of higher education are signed with the following countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Montenegro, Poland, People`s Republic of China, North Macedonia, Russian Federation, Serbia, Slovakia, Switzerland and Turkey. . . .