Learning Agreement Table A2

nb! If some courses are not transferred by replacing certain courses, you must specify that other courses are transferred than “free choice courses.” In any event, the two tables should first be discussed and coordinated with the director of student studies at the TU. This ensures that courses at the host university are considered to be an integral part of the curriculum at Tallinn University. Component Code – component title course code – commitment course title. For the provisional apprenticeship agreement, the signatures of (1) student and (2) TLU Erasmus Departmental Coordinator (and, in the case of some TU schools, including the curriculum administrator) must be collected. After a successful application, the signature of (3) officials at the host university is also required. If duly signed, the apprenticeship agreement should also be e-mailed (erasmus@tlu.ee) to the TU`s international studies specialist. Page 2 During the A2 and B2 mobility tables. To be completed if you need to change your initial apprenticeship agreement. Complete Table A2 (with updated courses at the host university) if, at the end of your studies, you plan to transfer these programs abroad as part of your TU curriculum as an optional subject.

Complete both the A2 and B2 tables (with updated courses at the host university and their TLU equivalents) if you wish, at the end of your exchange studies, to transfer courses abroad to replace specific subjects. Or fill out both tables in case you want to reintroduce courses abroad into your curriculum of both complusory/specialization and free selection. Signatures must be collected by the (1) student, (2) TLU Department of Erasmus Departmental Coordinator (and, in the case of some TLU schools, including the curriculum administrator), (3) in charge of the host university. If duly signed, the apprenticeship agreement should also be e-mailed (erasmus@tlu.ee) to the international studies specialist TLU. After the MobilityTable C. This part is sent at the end of the exchange by the host university to students and tu-senior specialist for international studies. This part confirms the actual initial and final data of the exchange period as well as the courses, credits and grades obtained. nb! Host universities decide for themselves whether they issue a separate protocol of registrations and a letter of confirmation (with the start and end of studies) or whether they use the latter part of the apprenticeship agreement: according to mobility (Table C). If they choose to issue a separate registration protocol, but do not have a special form for the confirmation letter, you will find the appropriate form here.

In both cases, the TU International Studies Specialist should receive the final “After the Mobility” section with Table C or transcripts of recordings and confirmation letters by e-mail. Table D. This part remains vacant. The equivalent of Tallinn University is the application for the accounting of diplomas in the Education Information System (IS), which must be carried out by the student himself in Estonia and Tallinn, University.Page 3 This page explains the terms of the text of the apprenticeship agreement and indicates what needs to be written in the gaps. nb! If necessary, add lines to all tables (A and B /A2 and B2/C). Complete the Page 1 Learning Agreement Before the Mobility Studies Cycle – if you are a BA, MA or PhD StudentField of Education – you can search here for fields and codes. If you are having trouble finding the area, please contact the specialist specialized in international studies of you. The expected mobility period should be as precise as possible, since the Erasmus grant is calculated on this basis.