Before departure 2019/20

Please join the Erasmusholics group on FB dedicated for outgoing UL students within Erasmus+

Guide ECTS – The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) is a tool of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) for making studies and courses more transparent and thus helping to enhance the quality of higher education.

Documents required to sign the Erasmus+ agreemeent in the IRO UL – 2019/20

Erasmus+ 2019/20

A document for transferring the scholarship:
Bank Account Details 2019 which should be submitted to the International Relations Office, room 6, by the end of June 2019  – for Winter semester departures or by the end of October 2019 – for Summer semester departures.

Documents veryfing by the IRO UL on the day of signing the Erasmus+ agreement by the outgoing student.
The agreement has to be signed by the outgoing student around 4 weeks before departure in the International Relations Office (room 6):

  1. a copy/printed scan of the Learning Agreement for Studies (LAS) on the new EU template – signed by the outgoing student, the ECTS Coordinator of the student’s home Faculty and the receiving institution

The ISCED-F 2013 search tool should be used to find the ISCED 2013 detailed field of education and training that is closest to the subject of the degree to be awarded to the student by the sending institution.

  1. Annex-to-Learning-Agreement-for-Studies – it is an internal document of the UL to complete by the student providing that the home Faculty of the student requires it.
  2. Proof of insurance valid for the period of Erasmus+ studies abroad – a copy of European Health Insurance Card or other medical insurance policy valid for the whole period of student mobility abroad in the host country
  3. Confirmation of student status at the University of Lodz in the semester of the mobility abroad in 2019/2020 academic year (issued by the Dean’s office)
  4. Letter of Acceptance from the host university (it can be a printout of the admission letter/email sent to the student by the receiving institution) with precise dates  (dd/mm/yy) of student mobility abroad. A welcome e-mail from the host university is not equivalent to the acceptance/admission letter.
  5. Copy of visa or other document of legal stay in the host county for the whole period of study abroad (this is applicable to non-EU citizens departing to any Erasmus+ host country)
    Note on visa for participants in Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps (002)
  6.  The outgoing student is obligated to take the OLS test before and after the mobility.
    The IRO UL will check if the outgoing student filled in the OLS test before the mobility and signing the Erasmus+ agreement. In order to activate your account on the OLS platform, the student is asked to send an email with declaration language skill to the following address: (You may use an email template). The IRO UL will generate you an invitation email with your login and password to your account on the OLS platform. 
    Erasmus+ *Online Linguistic Support
     (OLS) is a tool to improve the quality of mobility. This is made possible by upgrading target language skills of Erasmus+ programme students before the mobility for studies or placement, as well as during it. As an Erasmus+ student, you are obliged to take it before and after your stay at the host university. If applicable, you also need to take part in a language course. The test is available in 23 languages.

NOTE: The Erasmus+ agreement can be signed only by a student who submits the set of 5(or 6) documents listed above and filled in the OLS test before the mobility.

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