- Erasmus FAQ is the place where we gathered advices useful to every student going on foreign exchange. We divided the topics into three sections - before going on exchange, during exchange and after coming back home. If you feel something is missing simply add a comment or submit your own advice.
This document is a confirmation of your acceptance to a foreign university. Depending on the school, it will be sent either directly to you or via your university. You should also pay close attention to the dates marking the beginning and the end of your semester as its length is the basis for the amount of the scholarship you get. Schools often send a confirmation e-mail, containing information necessary to log on to their site. And you have to log in at least once, in order to pick the courses you want to attend. You can get more info about subjects in the ‘opinions’ section of our site. It’s not uncommon that at this time the courses aren’t precisely defined and you’re forced to pick them based on a gut feeling. Not to worry, you will most likely be able to update your choices. The list of subjects chosen by you is the most important part of your Learning Agreement. It’s also a wise move to get a from your school certificate of participation in the Erasmus program,. It might come useful when applying for the European Health Insurance Card, which will be mentioned in further parts of this guide.