As far as student mobility for studies is concerned, the Learning Agreement includes study abroad and courses that will be replaced in your home studies if the studies abroad are successfully completed. For traineeships and research, the apprenticeship agreement concerns training or research activities. The agreement must first be signed by the intern (you), the host company (place of your internship) and then by the sending institution (university). Count on the fact that documentation and collecting signatures can take some time and nerves, so it is advisable to start as soon as possible. The apprenticeship agreement is an essential document for the recognition of a study stay abroad. It is an agreement between the student, the sending institution and the institution, organization or company that receives. The purpose of the learning agreement is to prepare exchanges in a transparent and efficient manner to ensure that you are recognized for activities successfully completed abroad. There are standardized templates for studies and internships. For Erasmus+ research, you need these standard templates (depending on your Erasmus+ support). For research outside the Erasmus programme, you can use one of these templates or an agreement referring to research activities and the approval of three parties. If you are interested in an internship abroad, do not hesitate to take a look at our offers, create an account on trainingexperience.org and apply to your favorites.
We are here to answer your questions and we can help you find the perfect internship at no cost. For more details, click here. The first part of the TA (“before mobility”) must be completed and signed before the internship. All information up to the paragraph “during mobility” is available. Part `during mobility` must show all your changes in the internship period, of which you will inform your host organisation and your sending institution. For example, fill it out if your tasks change. The “after mobility” part must be completed at the end of your mobility. Basically, the same as in the previous parts, but the only difference is the evaluation of your progress by your supervisor.
This part is like an assumption that you have successfully completed your internship. Of course, you can enter into a contract between the three parties yourself or fill out a template that was made by your sending university or institution. • Trainee (first name, last name, date of birth, nationality, gender, cycle and field of training) • Sending institution (name, department, address, country, name of the contact person, e-mail, telephone) • Receiving institution (name, department, address, country, size, name of the contact person, position, e-mail, telephone and contacts of his mentor) Two difficult terms with a simple meaning. In short: curricular- you get some ECTS credits for your university; Extracurricular – A voluntary path that is not necessarily related to your training. Your internship supervisor completes this part • Do you receive financial aid? • Insurance The three parties who sign the apprenticeship agreement undertake to respect all the agreements agreed and thus ensure that the student will receive recognition for his studies or internships carried out abroad without further requirement.. . . .