Erasmus+ Student charter

Erasmus students have the following rights:- The home and host university must have signed an inter-institutional agreement.

- The home and host universities must sign a study/training agreement with the students prior to their departure, establishing the planned study/work programme, including the credits to be earned.

- The host university will not charge any fees for tuition, exams or access to laboratories and libraries during the period of Erasmus studies/internships.

- The home university must give full academic recognition to the activities successfully completed during the Erasmus mobility period, in accordance with the study/training agreement.

- At the end of the study/internship in the European country, the host university/company will issue and sign an academic or work certificate, indicating the credits and grades obtained. If the work placement period is not part of the study plan, the period will at least be reflected in the European Diploma Supplement.

- At the host university, the Erasmus student will receive the same treatment and the same services as the students of this university.

- The student will have access to the Erasmus University Charter and the European Policy Statement of his/her home and host universities.

- Grants or loans from the home country will be maintained during the study period in the European country.

Erasmus students have the following obligations:

- To respect the rules and obligations of the Erasmus contract, signed with the home university or the National Agency of the student's country. (corregir en versión castellano: del estudiantes – del estudiante)

- To ensure that any changes to the study/training agreement are previously accepted in writing by the home universities and the host institutions.

- To complete the full period of study/internship agreed at the host university/comapany, including examinations or other forms of assessment, and comply with the rules and regulations of the host university/enterprise.

- To complete an Erasmus study/traineeship report at the end of the period of study/internship.

If the student has a problem:

He/she will clearly specify it and check what his/her rights and obligations are.

He/she will contact his/her department coordinator and use the formal appeal procedure of his/her home university.

If he/she is not satisfied with the solution offered, he/she should contact his/her National Agency: