Table B Learning Agreement
The minutes of the recordings of the receiving institution contain at least the minimum information requested in this model of the learning agreement. Table C (or the institution`s representation of it) contains all the elements of teaching agreed upon in Table A and, if there is a change in the curriculum abroad, in table Abis. In addition, class allocation information must be included or attached to the record (a web link to find this information is sufficient). Actual start and end dates are taken into account according to the following definitions: A normal year of study usually consists of components of education, with a total of 60 ECTS points. It is recommended that, for periods of mobility shorter than a full academic year, the selected educational components correspond to a roughly proportional number of credits. If the student follows additional pedagogical elements that go beyond the components necessary for his or her studies, these additional credits must also be included in the program described in Table A. In their inter-institutional agreement, a recommended level in the main language of instruction was agreed between the sending and receiving institutions. The sending commission is responsible for supporting its candidates so that they can have the language skills recommended at the beginning of their studies. The apprenticeship agreement must include all the pedagogical components of the student at the host university (Table A) and it must also include the group of teaching components which, after completing their studies abroad, will be replaced by the sending institution (Table B). Before mobility, it is necessary to complete in depth tables A and B. Other lines can be added to tables A and B if necessary. Additional columns can be added, for example.
B to indicate the level of cycle of the education component. The presentation of this document can also be adapted by the institutions to their specific needs. However, in all cases, the two tables A and B must be maintained separately, i.e. they cannot be merged. The objective is to make it clear that there is no one-for-one correspondence (neither on the merits nor in terms of credits) between courses that follow abroad and courses replaced by sending institutions. Rather, the goal is to ensure that a group of learning outcomes obtained abroad replaces a group of learning outcomes in the mailing facility, without having a one-for-one match between certain modules or courses. The host institution undertakes to provide a copy of the registrations to the original institution and the student within a time frame set by the inter-institutional agreement and, as a rule, beyond five weeks after the publication/proclamation of the student`s results in the host institution. It can be made available electronically or by other means accessible to the student. The sending institution must fully recognize the number of ectS points (or equivalents) in Table A if studies abroad do not change and the student succeeds. Any exception to this rule should be clearly stated in an annex of the apprenticeship agreement and agreed upon by all parties.
Example of justification for non-recognition: the student has already accumulated the number of credits necessary for his diploma and does not need a part of the credits acquired abroad. Changes to the Abroad Curriculum should be included in the Abis table and, as soon as they have been agreed by all parties, the sending establishment undertakes to fully recognize the number of ECTS points (or equivalent points) in accordance with the Bbis table. Any exceptions to this rule should be recorded in an annex of the learning agreement and agreed upon by all parties.