Last modified on February 5, 2012, 9:05 am

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Selection Process
If you are nominated
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If you are nominated

The results of the first application call will be announced in March 2012. All notifications are sent by email to the email address registered in your application. You will have 5 days to respond on whether you accept the offer or not.

If you accept the nomination you will receive a scholarship letter and other useful information from the coordinating team. If you dont accept, an applicant from the reserve list will be selected for The scholarship letter has to be signed and sent back to the coordinating team before you are fully accepted as a scholarship holder of the EUROWEB scholarship program.

Your host institution will also get in touch with you and inform you about the scholarship transfers, assist with visa issues, admission and housing etc.

For exchange students (not full degree on Bachelor, Master and PhD levels)

If you have been nominated for an exchange period abroad you need to start to prepare a learning agreement already now. A Learning Agreement facilitates the recognition of your studies abroad and has to be set up between you, the host institution and the home institution.

The Learning Agreement states what courses you are going to study, and how many credits you are going to earn. By signing this agreement your home institution agrees to transfer the credits studied abroad to your degree at home. The Learning Agreement shall be signed and stamped by all parties before the mobility period starts. If there are any changes to the Learning Agreement afterwards, these must be communicated with your home institution so they can accept the changes made. The changes shall be stated in the document "changes to learning agreement" and must be signed by all parties. A Learning Agreement shall be issued to students on undergraduate, master, and PhD level. You can find an example of a Learning Agreement and a Changes to Learning Agreement document at the end of this page.

For researchers and staff

All researchers and staff need to set up a work plan. A work plan is an agreement between the scholarship holder and the host institution, and it aims at clarifying what kind of tasks you will perform during the mobility, period for example what kind of research you are going to do, how many lectures shall be taught, administrative work etc. The work plan shall be signed and stamped by all parties before the mobility period starts. You can find an example of a work plan at the end of this page.

Start and end date of mobility period

The mobility can start as soon as all practical issues have been arranged, and the dates will be decided together with your host institution. The first mobilities are foreseen to start in February 2012 for PhD, Postdoc and Staff mobility.

Example documents

  • Example of Learning Agrement (including changes to L.A.):PDF file
  • Example of Workplan: PDF file

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