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Miscellaneous questions

General information regarding your stay in Berlin can be found on the website of the central incoming Erasmus office of the Freie Universität Berlin: https://www.fu-berlin.de/en/studium/international/studium_fu/auslandssemester/erasmus_in/infos_incomingstudents/index.html  

The Learning Agreement is a contract (study contract) between an exchange student, the sending university and the receiving university. Your home university (sending university) is supposed to provide you with the Learning Agreement form and more details.

The receiving university's coordinator agrees (preliminarily) to the student's choice of courses prior to her* or his* arrival in Berlin on the Learning Agreement, ensuring that should these courses be available and offer spots, the student can attend. After, the sending university confirms that this study programme is in line with the requirements of their own study programs and that courses can be successfully integrated into the student's study plan.

Important: Your graduation requirements at the sending (home) university have top priority. Please check with your Erasmus-coordinators before you leave for Berlin what terms and conditions apply! You are solely responsible for meeting your home university's requirements!

Please also clarify deadlines and other relevant aspects on all parts.

Requiring our signature, please make sure to forward your Learning Agreement to: osi-erasmus@polsoz.fu-berlin.de and fill in the correct contact information. More information here.

Requiring our signature, please make sure to forward your Learning Agreement to: osi-erasmus@polsoz.fu-berlin.de or visit our office, should there be office hours in person.

We understand that our course catalogue is usually being updated or released after you are supposed to hand in your first Learning Agreement Before the Mobility. However, please use former/current course catalogues as an orientation for your first choice of courses. You can make changes at a later point in the Learning Agreement titled "During the Mobility".

We kindly ask you to fill out the contact details correctly prior to asking for our signature. Please note that we only accept fully completed forms.

Contact person: Angelo Camufingo & Sophie Prillwitz
Contact email: osi-erasmus@polsoz.fu-berlin.de 
Contact phone: 0049 (0)30 838 55055
Contact function: Student Assistants Erasmus Coordination
Res. Person: Prof. Dr. Brigitte Kerchner
Res. Email: osi-erasmus@polsoz.fu-berlin.de 
Res. Phone: +49 30 83855055
Res. Function: Departmental Erasmus Coordinator

Make sure to add the right amounts of ECTS, your full contact information and the information above. Otherwise, your Online Learning Agreement (OLA) will be declined. Should your Learning Agreement not be an OLA, but a pdf, please make sure to sign it first.

Blackboard is an online teaching and learning platform that many of our course instructors use for their seminars or lectures. When you "enroll" in a class on Blackboard, you gain access to important course content uploaded by the course instructor. This usually includes readings, the syllabus, announcements, etc. You mostly will need a password to access this information. This password will be provided by the course instructor in class.

Please note that "enrolling" in a class on Blackboard does not mean you are officially enrolled for this class. Should you not be registered for the class on Campus Management, please get in touch with the respective course instructor at the beginning of the semester and provide them with your zedat-mail-address so they can manually add you to Blackboard.

Yes, it is possible to complete an internship. Please contact the Career Service for detailed information.

You can find further information here: https://www.fu-berlin.de/en/international/network/erasmus/smp-incoming.html 

Important: We do not grant ECTS for internships! Internships may only be graded and credited by the home university. We also don't offer internships at our departmental Erasmus office.

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