Any subsequent changes to the apprenticeship during your stay abroad (if you wish to take other courses, whether or not you wish to extend your stay) will be processed by e-mail. To do this, you must send an e-mail to the Erasmus interlocutor of the bachelor course by filling in the corresponding Excel modificaLearning file. Once the learning is modified, you should always upload the changes to the Athens platform. The first thing, when you participate in the Erasmus mobility programme, is reading the documentation and the online mobility agreement, which defines the conditions for the study abroad period. Space 220 second floor entrance page Via Passione, Tel. 02 50321012, email@example.com For all questions related to the learning agreement (selection of exams and identification of correspondence related to your course), the contact person is the Erasmus lecturer of the curriculum: Prof. Paola Bonizzoni (firstname.lastname@example.org) What if you manage to change the apprenticeship agreement and extend or reduce the mobility period? It is necessary to agree with the Erasmus interlocutor of the learning programme on the content of his learning agreement by following the following instructions: Erasmus Secretariat of the Division For issues that are not directly related to teaching (e.g. B apprenticeship signature, registration of registrations, bureaucratic formalities related to extensions and reductions of stay, conversion of grades, etc.). As part of its educational mission, the Globalization Social Science Level Program strongly encourages international mobility. For any questions regarding tenders, apprenticeship agreements, transfer credits and other questions regarding international opportunities, please contact the Erasmus tutor of the programme.
Erasmus/outside Europe email@example.com tel. 02 503 13500 / 13494 sent to the e-mail address of the Office for International Relations and Agreements: firstname.lastname@example.org Extra-EU Participation Ed Erasmus+ KA107 email@example.com Te: 02 503 13504 Erasmus+ firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. 02 503 13501 / 13502 / 13495 / 12589 How to find out about the programme, information meetings, learning agreement and language skills. Mobility opportunities and international agreements outside the EU. For more information on the Erasmus+ call for tenders and the call for training tenders focusing on the social and political sciences, see: glo.cdl.unimi.it. Incoming Mobility Students of EUemail@example.com Tel: 02 503 13507 An authorization by e-mail is sufficient and the student must inform the Office of International Relations and Conventions in writing at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Lecturers Erasmus del Corso di Laurea Per scelta degli esami ed identificazione delle corrispondenze relative al proprio piano di studi (Learning Agreement) All the possibilities offered by the University of Milan to carry out a STREAM research internship in Milan. Once the application is approved, the student can modify the e-learning agreement by completing and expressing the new version that must be signed by the Erasmus coordinators of both universities.
To participate in Erasmus+, you must follow the call for applications and submit a general training programme. Discover the network of international students at the University of Milan The Learning Agreement (LA) is a document that contains the study program to be followed during the stay abroad (type of exams or field of research for the final thesis). Applications for extension of stay can be approved by email at least one month before the end of the agreed mobility period and must be signed by the Erasmus coordinators of both universities. There are many opportunities for international students who wish to spend a period of mobility at the University of Milan. . Once back in Italy, the student receives two emails sent automatically by the Erasmus National Agency requesting the online completion of the individual mobility report and the final OLS (Online Linguistic Support) test for statistical and evaluation purposes. . . .