If you are an institutional representative and wish to develop An Erasmus cooperation with a Slovenian higher education institution, you must first contact the institution and sign a bilateral Erasmus agreement. In the agreement, the two institutions will define the conditions and objectives of cooperation. Each partner university has a limited number of places to study. In other words, it is not possible for all students in a local cohort to complete their mobility semester at the same partner university. Students must be distributed equitably among partner universities within organizational constraints. The deadline for your first apprenticeship contract is October 31. Information on Erasmus is available from the point of view of an outgoing student (from the university of origin, i.e. the University of Vienna) and from the point of view of a student who arrives (at the host university, i.e. one of the partner universities MEi:CogSci Vienna): in a study carried out at the end of 2019, more than 90% of students said that they were more than 93% of the IRO believes that all apprenticeship agreements should be concluded online via a user-friendly tool. You will receive an e-mail from the Erasmus office after being nominated for an Erasmus scholarship. The email contains instructions to complete the application process at home and at the host university. The Apprenticeship Semester Mobility Contract (LC) is the relevant legal document for the recognition of your modules/Grade/ECTS for the CogSci program of study at your home university.
(In other words, grades cannot be recognized at your home university on the basis of your transcript of the host university without the apprenticeship contract.) Another option for the exchange of studies is short-term mobility on the basis of bilateral agreements signed by Slovenia with many countries to support student exchanges for up to ten months. Our partner universities have special websites for beginner students. Check these pages to be informed of the measures to be taken within your host university: bilateral agreements dealing with cooperation and mobility in the field of higher education will be signed with: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Montenegro, Poland, People`s Republic of China, Northern Macedonia, Russian Federation, Serbia, Slovakia, Switzerland and Turkey. 3. At the end of the online application, you will find the necessary documents to put online in your application: Transcript of Records (your home university), apprenticeship contract and language certificate. Your application is complete and will only be processed after following all the steps of the application system and providing all the necessary information. In recent years, we have seen how digital learning agreements can significantly reduce the administrative burden and provide students with a quality mobility experience.