University Of Tartu Learning Agreement
Look at the freshest blog post written by our student #ambassador Nicole to give you three lessons of distance learning ? spoiler: we have prepared some tips for you to make your studies #online smoother! You must sign an apprenticeship agreement based on the confirmed curriculum. have a university degree (equivalent to a bachelor`s degree or higher); Students must provide the following documents: • copy of a passport;• curriculum vitae (max. 2 pages) in English, including extracurricular activities (courses, seminars, conferences, published research, etc.) and professional experience with regard to the knowledge areas of the courses. Please use the European model on europass.cedefop.europa.eu/en/documents/curriculum-vitae/templates-instructions.iehtml; • cover letter• Copy of diploma• YSU enrolment certificate• Proposed learning agreement signed by the applicant, the Erasmus+ Administrative Coordinator and Erasmus+ Academic Coordinator or coordinator of the student`s study programme of the home institution. Please use the European model document on ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/resources/documents/applicants/learning-agreement_en). The financial instrument will be either a grant or a cooperation agreement. The award will be a cooperation agreement if the proposed project involves significant participation from the U.S. Embassy. Classes are free.
NAWA will provide a subsidy of PLN 500 as well as full board and accommodation. Who can apply for the program?1.Students who are not Polish citizens2. 3. Learn Polish or have at least a knowledge of English at level B1 The Estonian government decided today that all educational institutions, including universities, will be closed from 14 December. Therefore, the management of the university decided that no degree of presence would be carried out at the University of Tartu, at least until the spring semester. • copy of a valid identity card or passport;• copy of transcripts of recordings indicating higher education grades/grades for completed and/or ongoing study cycles;• The proposed learning agreement signed by the applicant, the Erasmus+ Administrative Coordinator and the Erasmus+ Academic Coordinator or Student Study Programme Coordinator of the home institution. Please use the European document. We will contact all nominated students with more information. The aim of the meeting is to inform academic stakeholders about Jean Monnet activities, to present the application procedure and the necessary documents and to provide examples of good practice. The event is aimed at the scientific (teaching) staff of the university wishing to develop short modules of 40 hours in European studies that will be taught over 3 consecutive years. The training is delivered by Kristine Gevorgyan, Jean Monnet Module Coordinator, Erasmus+ Higher Education Reform Expert. To participate in the training unit, please register before December 17, 2018 by providing your contact information on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jean Monnet Activities aim to promote excellence in teaching and research in the field of European Union studies. . . .