The Learning Agreement comprises the list of courses the ERASMUS student will take at the host university. It is an agreement signed by the student, as well as both the home and host universities, which must be sent to the host university before the student's arrival.
By signing the Learning Agreement, the home university confirms that the student’s study plan as listed on the Learning Agreement corresponds to the home university’s study regulations and that, therefore, the courses will be recognized by the home university after the student has finished his/her ERASMUS period abroad.
By signing the Learning Agreement the host university confirms that the student can presumably take the courses as listed on the document. The contact person for academic questions is the ERASMUS coordinator at the department.
When the student cannot take all the courses included on the Learning Agreement, modifications can be made and must also be approved by both Institutions in order to be recognized by the home university.