European Learning Agreement

In recent years, we have seen how digital learning agreements can drastically reduce the administrative burden and make it easier for students to enjoy a quality mobility experience. In the past, the complexity of red tape has led to learning agreements not always being concluded before departure, as well as problems with ECTS recognition after students return to their home countries. To do this, one party (preferably the student, see below) launches the agreement and informs the other parties. All three parties have access to the display and processing of the content of the agreement and the addition of electronic signatures to the document. The tool has been made available free of charge, allowing all partner coordinators to share their agreements collaboratively. In addition, the tool also has an API allowing each university to easily integrate it into its study information system and automate its work with regard to learning agreements. An online tool that allows mobile students to prepare, submit and sign their e-learning contracts. In a study conducted in late 2019 – early 2020, more than 90% of students said they would recommend OLA to their colleagues. In addition, 93% of IROs believe that all learning agreements should be put online via an easy-to-use tool. For optimal protection of the student`s data, we recommend that the student start the agreement process and notify the coordinators who send and receive, making sure to share the agreement only with coordinators by inserting in the agreement only the official international e-mail addresses of the universities concerned. The Learning Agreement is a key document for Erasmus+ mobility.

From the Erasmus+ programme 2021-2027, e-learning agreements are becoming the norm. It is the responsibility of the user to ensure that the other contracting parties with whom the agreement is shared are legitimate. If you have any doubts, please check the parties` emails. In particular, we recommend that students compare emails from send and receive coordinators with the well-known contact details of international departments of higher education institutions. . . .

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