Course & Exam Enrolment


 

 

How do I register in my courses?

 

Once you’ve chosen all of your courses and made up your own timetable, you will be granted the first couple of weeks after the semester starts to attend your classes and make sure they match your needs, expectations and academic backgrounds.

Conversely, you might have to change your original learning agreement if you find out that some of your classes overlap, are irrelevant to your area of expertise or prove hard to follow.

 

Unlike regular students, exhange students are not required to register in their courses by themselves.

In order to be registered, you will be asked to return the Fiche pédagogique semestre A 2016-2017 filled out and signed to the ERASMUS Office within the first 3 weeks of the semester (i.e. by October 3rd 2017 at the latest). This will give you some leeway and enable you to get a good overview of what the course is about and what is expected from you. In case, it proves too hard and/or it does not match your expectations, you are therefore allowed to change you subjects within the first three weeks of the semester. Passed that date, you will be required to come up with a steady learning agreement.

Please, note that if you’ve chosen modules in one particular discipline only, you will need to get your Fiche Pédagogique signed by the ERASMUS pedagogical co-ordinator in the given discipline.

If you’ve picked modules among different disciplines, you will then need to get your Fiche approved by Mrs Barbara Schmidt before you return it to the ERASMUS Office.

Also, please note that the Fiche Pédagogique is a document used for internal purposes only. Therefore, you will also be required to fill out the “during the mobility” part of the learning agreement for your Home University, should you change your original learning agreement.

 

Once, you’re enrolled in all of your courses, you will be able to :

–          See your own individual timetable for the semester.

–          Check your “Exam Calendar”, displayed a couple of weeks before the examination session starts.